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Hepatitis A case confirmed in food worker at Lexington restaurant

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Lexington health officials say a restaurant service attendant was positive at hepatitis A. The person is employed in the famous Gus fried chicken on Vine Street . [19659004] The health department asks customers who have eaten at the restaurant from January 23rd to February 8th to get vaccinated. The employee in question does not work until …

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Campus Urged to Be On Alert For Feral Animals

Campus and Community Campus urged to be on guard for wild animals 12 February 2019 • Atlanta, GA Click on the # 39 image to enlarge Thanks to the abundance of caution, Georgia Tech asks our community to avoid the area behind the building of Molecular Science and Engineering, the adjacent path and the neighboring structure of the track . …

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Volunteer cuddlers help opioid-addicted newborns heal

Cuddler volunteers help newborn opioid addicts Volunteers work 24 hours a day, seven days a week Updated: 15:27 PST 12 February 2019 According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a child is born with opioid withdrawal every 15 minutes. Many of them end up in UTIN, connected to machines designed to keep them stable. But while the machines can …

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Chronic waste disease worse in Kansas deer

WICHiTA, Kan. (KWCH) A deadly disease affecting the deer in Kansas continues to worsen. It is called chronic wasting disease. CWD affects the brain, spinal cord and other deer tissues. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism says that over the past seven years 168 animals have tested positive for the disease. "Most of the time, the animal that …

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La Porte Elementary investigating suspected case of measles

LA PORTE, Texas (KTRK) – A suspected case of measles is under investigation at La Porte primary school, according to a letter sent to parents Tuesday According to La Porte ISD, it is working with Harris County Public Health to "take all necessary measures to ensure the well-being of our students" and "as a precautionary measure, we are disinfecting all …

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Students injured by rabid fox on Georgia Tech’s campus, officials say

0 Students wounded by fox rabies on the Georgia Tech campus, officials say ATLANTA – Officials are warning the wild animal community on the Georgia Tech campus after a fox injured two students tested positive for rabies. Last week, three students met a fox on the trail behind the Molecular Science and Engineering (MOSE) building near Georgia's track and field …

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What You and Your Family Need to Know About Maternal Depression

The two programs work both with mothers and women who have just started and already have children. They are available in Spanish and focus on low-income women. Both are expanding and testing different ways of delivering their curriculum, which is provided free to community clinics and health agencies. The panel recommendation will require insurance to cover counseling at no cost …

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