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Rabid Bats Found in Washoe County

Posted: 08/24/2011 - The Nevada Department of Agriculture is urging people to keep a close eye on their pets. Four bats have tested positive for rabies in Washoe County.

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Hepatitus Accusation: Drugmakers Knew Vials Led to Contamination

Updated: 08/19/2011 - A lawyer for a husband and wife suing two drug companies over a hepatitis C outbreak in Las Vegas told a jury Thursday that company officials purposely sold large containers of an anesthetic to clinics despite knowing it might lead nurses to re-use and contaminate the vials.

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Friends of Injured Teen Cyclist Say: "Wear a Helmet!"

Updated: 08/18/2011 - A 13-year-old Sparks boy is in the intensive care unit of Renown with brain damage and skull fractures, after getting hit by an SUV while riding his bike. The teen was not wearing a helmet. That decision not only changed his family's life, but his friends' everyday habits.

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Deer May be Source of Oregon E. Coli Outbreak

Posted: 08/09/2011 - State health officials hope to learn this week whether deer are the source of an E. coli outbreak in northwestern Oregon linked to fresh strawberries.

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1 Dead from E. Coli Outbreak Traced to Oregon Farm

Posted: 08/08/2011 - Health officials say one person has died and at least nine others were made sick from an E. coli outbreak traced to fresh strawberries picked at a farm in northwestern Oregon.

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Fresh & Easy Recalls Organic Spinach

Posted: 08/06/2011 - Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market Inc. is recalling its f&e-brand organic baby spinach because it could be contaminated with listeria, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children and others with weakened immune systems.

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Operation Wolfhound Helps Soldiers Suffering PTSD

Posted: 08/05/2011 - Thousands of men and women are retuning from Afghanistan and Iraq with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. Sometimes man’s best friend is called in to help.

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Healthy Diet is Expensive

Posted: 08/04/2011 - A healthy diet is expensive and could make it difficult for Americans to meet new U.S. nutritional guidelines, according to a study published Thursday that says the government should do more to help consumers eat healthier.

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Jerry Lewis No Longer MDA's National Chairman

Posted: 08/03/2011 - Comedian Jerry Lewis is no longer serving as the Muscular Dystrophy Association's national chairman and won't be appearing on this year's Labor Day telethon, the nonprofit agency announced Wednesday night.

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Vegas Salmonella Case Linked to Turkey

Updated: 08/02/2011 - State and local health officials say there has been one confirmed case of salmonella poisoning in Nevada that appears linked to tainted ground turkey.

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Salmonella Death Found in California

Salmonella in turkey

Updated: 08/02/2011 - State health officials say a California resident is the lone known death in a spate of salmonella poisonings across the country that appear to be linked to eating ground turkey meat.

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Poultry Maker Expands Chicken Recall to Nuggets

Posted: 07/26/2011 - A voluntary recall of thousands of pounds of ready-to-eat chicken has been expanded over concerns that the meat could be contaminated with bacteria that can cause food poisoning.

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Nurse Navigator Can Help in Cancer Cases

Updated: 07/14/2011 - A diagnosis of cancer is bad enough, but working your way through treatment, surgeries and hospital bills can make a bad situation worse. A nurse navigator can help.

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Cataract Lens Pioneer Dies

Posted: 07/11/2011 - Dr. Steven Shearing, a Nevada opthalmologic surgeon who pioneered an implant cataract lens in the 1970s, has died in Las Vegas. He was 76.

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Look to Your Left For Skin Cancer

Updated: 07/12/2011 - It’s the most common form of cancer here in the US... skin cancer. Every year, more people are diagnosed with skin cancer than cancer of the breast, prostate, lung or colon combined.

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AIDS-Free For 18 Years

Updated: 06/24/2011 - June marks the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the AIDS Virus. At that time an AIDS or HIV Diagnosis usually meant a death sentence. But these days that’s no longer the case, as a matter of fact, it’s been 18 years since a baby was born here locally with HIV.

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