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Minnesota 5-year-old battling same E. coli that killed his younger sister

WRIGHT COUNTY, Minn. – A 5-year-old Minnesota boy is battling the same strain of E. coli that took his younger sister’s life earlier in the week. 218 more words

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Zombies R Us: ‘We The People’ Are The Walking Dead Of The American Police State

RIP George Romero (1940-2017).

Romero—a filmmaker hailed as the architect of the zombie genre—is dead at the age of 77, but the zombified police state culture he railed against lives on. 89 more words

It's Not Easy Living With Effects Of West Nile Virus

ROWLETT (CBS11) – This summer marks five years since Dallas County was at the epicenter of the nation’s worst West Nile Virus outbreak. Almost 400 residents were diagnosed and 20 died, according to Dallas County Health and Human Services. 326 more words

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Medicaid’s Opioid Problem: Has It Made The Epidemic Worse?

The states leading the pack in overdoses all expanded the program.

Medicaid hasn’t proven to be the antidote for the opioid epidemic ravaging America, but it just might be adding more poison. 153 more words

Cook your meat

Once again Alaskans are being warned about the danger of undercooked meat from animals that carry the trichinellosis roundworm.

Three years ago, the problem was with a group of out-of-state hunters who enjoyed a meal of bear cooked over an Alaska campfire. 1,211 more words

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Start a Mental Health Ministry in Your Church

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, mental illness results in the largest number of disabilities in developed countries, surpassing even cancer and heart disease. 371 more words

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How To Avoid Ticks And What To Do If A Tick Bites You

The bad news (for humans): It’s shaping up to be a great year for disease-bearing ticks. The good news: We can tell you how to defend your body and your yard from these pests. 780 more words

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