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  • Speed a factor in motorcycle crash that killed Gloucester man, Virginia State Police say

    A 53-year-old man died in a motorcycle accident in Gloucester County Tuesday night, according to Virgina State Police.
  • Which Peninsula ER is best for your emergency?

    Which Peninsula ER is best for your emergency?
    When Mary Nichols couldn't rouse her mother from a deep sleep, she called an ambulance. Smithfield rescue personnel, after learning that Betty Ann Edwards, 82, had possible stroke symptoms the night before, followed the book. Rather than airlift her via...

    Bluewater Warriors shares the joy of being on the water

    Bluewater Warriors shares the joy of being on the water
    For many injured military veterans, being able to go boating is a treasured experience. There are organizations and individuals that take vets out on the water, but Karen and Andrew Grego of Bluewater Warriors have gone to extremes. With help from...

    Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army

    Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army
    The U.S. Army is giving Profectus BioSciences $8.5 million to put toward human trials of the Ebola virus vaccine, bringing the Baltimore biotechnology company's fundraising total for the project to more than $17 million in a matter of days. Profectus had...

    Lack of commercial market hurts efforts for Ebola vaccine, experts say

    WASHINGTON Hospital workers battling Ebola in West Africa and Dallas are missing the one weapon that could help them most: a Food and Drug Administration-approved treatment or vaccine. Instead, doctors and nurses rely on experimental drugs and...