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  • Number of flu cases increase in South Bend area

    Number of flu cases increase in South Bend area
    Because increasing numbers of seasonal influenza have been reported throughout the area over the past three weeks, St. Joseph County health officer Dr. Thomas A. Felger is encouraging residents to protect themselves against the influenza virus....
  • Health Officials: Bacteria That Caused Playboy Mansion Outbreak Found in Jacuzzi

    Health Officials: Bacteria That Caused Playboy Mansion Outbreak Found in Jacuzzi
    HOLMBY HILLS (KTLA) -- The Los Angeles County Health Department is investigating the Playboy Mansion after officials identified Legionella bacteria in a whirlpool spa, where hundreds of people fell ill after attending or working at a party last month....
  • 27 year old in Botetourt Co. dies from the H1-N1 flu

    27 year old in Botetourt Co. dies from the H1-N1 flu
    Find a Flu Shot near you A Botetourt County man has died from the H1-N1 strain of influenza, otherwise known as the swine flu.  Russell West was 27 years old and according to his wife, he was healthy and strong.  "He loved to fish. He loved going...
  • For the common cold, try herbal teas

    For the common cold, try herbal teas
    Dear Pharmacist: What can I do to protect myself from catching a cold this year? I have a job that requires me to work seven days a week. I can't miss a day so I don't want to get sick. Last year, I got the flu shot and will probably do so again, however,...
  • Legionnaires' Bacteria Found at Aria Resort in Las Vegas

    Legionnaires' Bacteria Found at Aria Resort in Las Vegas
    LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas resort is warning some former guests that they may have come in contact with high levels of the legionella bacteria, which causes Legionnaires' disease, a form of pneumonia, the hotel announced Thursday. The Aria Resort and...
  • Rare, Deadly Disease Tracked To Vegas Resort

    Rare, Deadly Disease Tracked To Vegas Resort
    Multiple cases of the potentially fatal Legionnaire's disease have been tracked to the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, the hotel warned on its website. Six cases of the dangerous pneumonia were reported in Atlanta, and the Centers for Disease...
  • Symptoms of the flu and what you can do

    Symptoms of the flu and what you can do
    Influenza generally produces the following miserable symptoms, which often come on very suddenly and can last a week or more, according to theU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: • Fever • Chills • Cough • Sore...
  • Woman in her 30s dies after Hantavirus exposure

    Woman in her 30s dies after Hantavirus exposure
    The recent death of a Grant County woman in her 30s was due to Hantavirus exposure, the state Department of Health has confirmed. The unidentified woman was hospitalized and died March 28, the Grant County Health District in Ephrata said in a statement,...
  • Cargill ground turkey recall

    Cargill ground turkey recall
    After being informed by Cargill, GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN'S Food Markets are alerting customers to a voluntary recall of Shady Brook Farms ground turkey brand products due to possible salmonella contamination. The following product is being recalled:...
  • Two Cases of Tuberculosis at Same KCK Apartment Complex

    Two people in the same Kansas City, Kan. apartment complex are fighting active tuberculosis. Joe Connor, director of the Unified Government Health Department confirms two active cases of TB at Bethany Towers Park at 1131 Central. The first was reported to...
  • Two Diagnosed with Tuberculosis at Same KCK Apartment Complex

    Two Diagnosed with Tuberculosis at Same KCK Apartment Complex
    Two people in the same Kansas City, Kan. apartment complex are fighting active tuberculosis. Joe Connor, director of the Unified Government Health Department confirms two active cases of TB at Bethany Park Towers at 1131 Central. The first was reported...
  • Outbreak of pneumonia found in Shelby County students

    Outbreak of pneumonia found in Shelby County students
    The Shelby County Health Department said they have been made aware of an outbreak of pneumonia in school-aged children.   The department said 20 students, primarily elementary and middle school students, have shown a similar chest X-ray pattern, and...