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Courtesy: CDC FDA: Improper use of Neti Pots can cause brain-eating amoebas (2/15/2017) - WASHINGTON (NEWS10) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning people that improper use of nasal irrigation systems like Neti …
wcbd-child-sick-flu-temperature If your child had the flu, when should they go back to school? (2/8/2017) - Flu season is in full swing and numerous schools across Middle Tennessee closed due to illness.
(CNN) Dripping: Kids Are Trying This Potentially Harmful E-Cigarette Hack (2/7/2017) - (NBC NEWS)- As many as a quarter of U.S. kids who are using e-cigarettes may be taking them apart and “dripping” — a method that gives them …
Lauren Fant New, consolidated HPV vaccine requires less shots (2/6/2017) - There's a change when it comes to human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines for your children. Researchers have consolidated the treatment for you…
This Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 photo shows single dosage syringes of the Fluarix quadrivalent influenza virus vaccine in New York.. (AP Photo/Patrick Sison) Flu spreads across 40 states, including South Carolina (2/6/2017) - Health officials across the United States are still urging people to get their flu vaccines as the virus continues to spread in 40 states an…
WCBD-Recall Ruth’s Salads Pimento Cheese recalled for possible Listeria contamination (2/2/2017) - Ruth's Salads has announced a recall of its Original Pimento Spread in 7-ounce containers for potential Listeria contamination
This 1977 thin sectioned transmission electron micrograph depicted the ultrastructural details of the mumps virions that had been grown in a Vero cell culture. (Courtesy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) CDC: Mumps cases hit 10-year high (1/13/2017) - According to the Center for Disease Control Mumps cases in the U.S. hit a 10-year-high
FILE - In this Thursday, June 6, 2013, file photo, a patient has her blood pressure checked by a registered nurse in Plainfield, Vt. A major new U.S. study shows treating high blood pressure more aggressively than usual cuts the risk of heart disease and death in people over age 50, the National Institutes of Health said Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File) Experts: Heart attack deaths spike during the holidays (12/26/2016) - Christmas is meant to be a heartwarming season spent with loved ones, but it can also be hazardous for your heart.
(WISH) Data shows mothers are not breast feeding long enough, more education and support needed (12/6/2016) - A recent study shows too many moms are stopping breast feeding too soon and a task force of experts say doctors need to be the ones to chang…
candy Avoiding the post-halloween candy rush (11/2/2016) - Even for those who have done a good job of staying away from the Halloween candy leading up to Trick-or-Treat night, sometimes the real chal…

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