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Spokane area observed increase in field mice News

SPOKANE, Wash. “People aren't the only ones who aren't worried about Spokane's recent winter weather. Field mice are also not a big fan and are trying to get out of the cold. Sprague Pest Solutions Account Manager Tim Gallagher says now is the time to prove everything from rodents. "They try to get into a warm place to spend the …

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One in three young children underweight or overweight: UNICEF | News

One-third of the nearly 700 million under-5s in the world are malnourished or overweight and face lifelong health problems, according to a grim assessment by the United Nations on Childhood Nutrition published in Tuesday. "If children eat poorly, they live poorly," said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fora when she presented the first report of the 1999 Children's Condition Foundation since …

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Arizona has the highest number of deaths due to mosquitoes

ATLANTA – Arizona has a total of 16 deaths from West Nile virus disease, according to a statistical update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday. The total number of West Nile virus cases is 162 for Arizona according to the CDC statistics table. There are a total of 23 suspected viremic blood donors or blood donors …

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Head Injuries: Cheap medicine "can save thousands of lives a year"

Caption Image Pam Foley is involved in the process after a head injury in a road accident A cheap and widely available medicine can save hundreds of thousands of lives worldwide if it is routinely given to people brought to a hospital with head injuries, say UK doctors. Thraxexamic acid helps to stop bleeding in and around the brain when …

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A Taunton man dies of EEE when a dangerous disease is re-inflicted

"He was a good man, too young," said Keith Mosman, a 60-year-old Rhine resident. "He fights like a son-in-law of a weapon." The State Department of Public Health did not respond to requests for information about Mosman's case Sunday night. The agency reported 12 confirmed cases of the rare but deadly disease this year. Three of these patients died before …

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Hillsborough health officials confirm dengue cases

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – County health officials are reminding residents to take mosquito precautions after confirming a case of locally acquired dengue. A person who has contracted dengue fever locally, the Department of Health says that Dengue fever can cause headaches, muscles and joints, rashes Residents are urged to take steps to officials prevent mosquito breeding Officials do not say …

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EEE kills fifth person in Western Michigan

CASSOPOLIS, Mich. (WOOD) – A fifth man in Western Michigan has died from rare but dangerous Eastern equine encephalitis. Ministry of Health and Human Services spokesman Lynn Sutfin confirmed on Monday that a second resident of Cass County died from a mosquito-borne infection. She said that the resident started showing symptoms before September 30, when the state began mosquito air …

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