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Many not getting recommended annual cancer screenings

(WIAT) — The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently published data that showed many adults in the United States aren’t getting the recommended screenings for cancer annually. 354 more words

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Keeping Children Safe Around Dogs

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates half of all children 12 years-of-age and under have been bitten by a dog. Seventy nine percent of fatal dog attacks are on children.  511 more words

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Natives Speak Out Against Violence

NEVADA – Carol Williams has carried a deep pain in her heart. When she was young, The Native American Fallon resident saw her mother, Julie Mae Potts Williams, die because of domestic violence. 129 more words

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Alzheimer's May Be Caused by Misfiring Immune System, Study Suggests

New research suggests that deprivation of an amino acid called arginine may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease — a finding that could help usher in new treatment strategies for patients suffering from the debilitating illness. 190 more words

Malaria Prevention: Are those pesky parasites a thing of the past?

If you have ever traveled to a developing country from a developed one, you know that the chances are high that you will have to take precautions. 371 more words

Taking a long shot: How vaccines are saving lives, not endangering them

by MARIAH LIN & ROBERT MIRANDA

With the recent measles outbreak spreading across the nation, the unprecedented lack of vaccinated individuals has fuelled the issue. 686 more words

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Should Your Child Be Vaccinated?

To moms who are hesitant to vaccinate their children against the measles, mumps and rubella, trust me when I tell you, I’m also guilty of having the same doubts. 595 more words

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