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  • What a dog bite can lead to

     
    Miami-Dade Police Officer's dog bite wound. Photo: Miami-Dade Police, courtesy. Miami-Dade Police shared an image of one of the agency's officers after a dog bite??Wednesday in which the animal was shot and killed. According to Miami-Dade Police Detective...
  • Sewage spill closes beach in Venice, Playa del Rey

     
    Health officials closed a stretch of beach in Venice and Playa del Rey on Tuesday after a blocked sewer pipeline upstream released more than 11,000 gallons of sewage. Officials said the spill was contained, and there were no signs of......
  • Whooping cough numbers slow

     
    Reported cases of whooping cough in McHenry County are on the decline, leaving health officials optimistic that the worst outbreak on record is beginning to …...
  • You know someone who had mental illness last year

     
    A new government survey shows that mental illness is, if anything, vastly undertreated in the United States. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration today reported jaw-dropping numbers of people who suffered mental illness in the...
  • Who was the woman who died after hunger strike in Lake County Jail?

     
    Funeral home workers cleaned out Lyvita Gomes' hotel room Thursday. They found some jewelry, an image of the Virgin Mary and photos that recalled her …...
  • Planned McDonalds divides health-conscious Loma Linda

     
    News that the first McDonalds was coming to health-conscious Loma Linda has triggered enough political reflux to put City Hall on the defensive....
  • Details of Somalia hostage rescue emerge

     
    Somali hostage rescue: New details from U.S. officials on the U.S. military rescue of two aid workers held hostage by Somali pirates....
  • State investigates reports of distemper in dogs

     
    The Illinois Department of Agriculture is investigating reports of distemper in dogs, including two sold at suburban pet stores, officials said Tuesday. There is one …...
  • Valentines Day: Illness takes a back seat to love for romantic Virginia couple

    Valentines Day: Illness takes a back seat to love for romantic Virginia couple
    Like any other young couple, Brandon Douglas, 30, and Meagan Jones, 25, are full of anticipation as they plan their fall wedding. They've already ironed out some of the details: They'll tie the knot at her church, have the reception at Langley Air...
  • Critics question whether sickle cell trait can cause sudden death

    Critics question whether sickle cell trait can cause sudden death
    Dr. Kwaku Ohene-Frempong is an avid sports fan. He fondly remembers his days as a track star at Yale. "I'm supposedly a friend of the NCAA," the University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus said. "I've received awards from the NCAA and I treasure them."...
  • Fighting Lead Poisoning Through Education and Awareness

    Fighting Lead Poisoning Through Education and Awareness
    Lead poisoning Lead is a very strong poison. When a person swallows a lead object or breathes in lead dust, some of the poison can stay in the body and cause serious health problems. Lead used to be very common in gasoline and house paint in the U.S....