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KTLA NewsPalmdale (KTLA) -- A woman slit her daughters' throats before slitting her own early Friday evening, claiming that "the Tribulation" was going to occur and she wanted to prevent them from suffering through it, officials said. Lyn Benedetto, 47,...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, KTLA
Mission Hospital officials presented a strategic plan this week they said will meet state requirements for seismic standards up to 2030 and include services tailored to the needs of the community. The plan includes retrofitting, the introduction of new...
Fox59State health officials are warning Hoosiers the flu season isn't over yet. In fact, this week's influenza reported shows continued widespread flu activity across Indiana. Six new flu-related deaths have been reported, all of whom involved victims 55 and...
Tags: Preventative Medicine, Sneezing, Health, Flu, Headaches
wpix.comIn another mysterious case of mass animal deaths, roughly 200 cows dropped dead in Stockton, Wisconsin. The cattle owner went to check on his animals Friday, only to find them dead in the field. The mysterious animal deaths continue -- thousands of...
Sniffling, sneezing, runny nose? Most likely it's the common cold and not the flu. Area health services report that the numbers of people presenting with "influenza-like illnesses" are running true to form for the time of the year when the viruses...
Tribune reporterIn opening arguments today in the retrial of a Naperville man accused of the 2004 murder of his stepdaughter, DuPage County’s top prosecutor told a jury “the truth doesn’t change in seven years and neither does the will of the people to...
I was deeply shaken to learn I had hypopharyngeal cancer. As a physician, I had access to my hospital's laboratory results, so I took a shortcut: Rather than wait for my surgeon to call me, I looked for my name in my hospital's pathology laboratory log...
Flu has reached widespread levels in parts of Virginia, the state health department said Thursday, but local emergency departments aren't reporting a spike. "We've seen just very few cases," said Dr. Geofrey Nochimson, medical director of the emergency...
Tags: Health, Family, Headaches, Stratford, Diseases and Illnesses
FOX40 NewsImagine being unable to talk without soundling like a machine. That's been reality for a Modesto woman living with a paralyzed laranx. Brenda Jensen was a diabetic for 42 years, and on dialysis for 6, and her vocal cords were damaged when she pulled the...
Tags: University of California, Surgery, Diabetes, Dialysis, Pancreas
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsFor those of you who have battled colds and sinus infections for most of the winter, relief may be in sight. For years, most people endured the pain of constant sinus infections - or the pain of surgery. But there's a procedure gaining ground in Kansas...
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