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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Flu season isn't here — yet

    Flu season isn't here — yet
    We're into February, traditionally when flu season peaks, and there's been barely a hint of the illness on the Peninsula, statewide or even across the country. "We really haven't seen much flu yet. I think the important word is yet," says David Trump,...
  • Healthcare suffers at L.A. jails

    The Los Angeles County Jail system lacks enough doctors, nurses and other medical workers to meet the most basic needs of inmates, resulting in long delays in treatment for conditions ranging from hernias to heart disease. Breakdowns in medical care,...
  • Swine Flu - What You Need to Know

    Swine Flu - What You Need to Know
    Information is the best prevention. As the government scrambles to provide vaccine for Swine Flu and contain the spread of the disease, perhaps the best tool available for you is the right information. What is Swine Flu and how is it different from...
  • Prostatitis Explained

    Prostatitis Explained
    More information than ever is available these days about prostate health, yet many men find themselves uninformed when it comes to one of the most common prostate conditions, prostatitis, a disease of the prostate gland. More than half of the men in...
  • Health risk linked to oysters harvested in Gulf of Mexico

     
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is working with state health officials from Mississippi and Louisiana to notify consumers, food service operators and retailers nationwide about an outbreak of norovirus associated with oysters recently harvested from...
  • Views from abroad

    AS THE saying goes, when the U.S. sneezes, the world catches a viral infection of the mucous membranes, characterized by coughing, fever, malaise and chills. Something like that. Germany's Sakurai created a financial monster that didn't exactly catch...
  • Salmonella threat prompts recall of green onions

     
    Two California produce shippers have recalled thousands of cases of green onions supplied by an onion farm in Mexicali, Mexico, over fears the onions could be contaminated with salmonella, the Associated Press is reporting. U.S. Department of...
  • Cocaine laced with veterinary drug causing serious illness

     
    A federal agency warned this week that cocaine laced with levamisole, a veterinary anti-parasitic drug, has caused 20 cases of a serious medical disorder. Officials at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration say they expect to see...
  • Was it just me, or are we all jumping to conclusions with swine flu?

     
    Every few days, someone I know tells me that they ??? or their child ??? has come down with swine flu. It sounds plausible ??? the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that the H1N1 virus is spreading rapidly......
  • Questions, with answers, about H1N1 (swine flu)

     
    Who should get the H1N1 vaccine? Pretty much everyone, health officials say, assuming a person hasn't already had the H1N1 flu. But don’t go elbowing to the front of the line just yet. With limited vaccine supplies available, some groups......