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Zika Virus: The Latest on the Growing Outbreak

February 2, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

WHO issues new recommendations, CDC expands travel advisories.

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Anxiety Growing on Campus: 6 Ways Parents Can Help

February 2, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

A growing number of college students are dealing with anxiety, depression and social anxiety, according to a new mental health report.

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Anxiety Growing on Campus: 6 Ways Parents Can Help

Anxiety Growing on Campus: 6 Ways Parents Can Help

February 2, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

A growing number of college students are dealing with anxiety, depression and social anxiety, according to a new mental health report.

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Anxiety Growing on Campus: 6 Ways Parents Can Help

W.H.O. Declares Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency

February 1, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

The last time a disease received that classification was Ebola.

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W.H.O. Declares Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency

WHO Declares Zika a Public Health Emergency

February 1, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The WHO declared the birth defects linked to a Zika outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.

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WHO Declares Zika a Public Health Emergency

Major Zika Outbreak in the US Unlikely, Health Official Says

January 29, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

The virus is spreading “explosively” in the Americas, according to the WHO.

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Major Zika Outbreak in the US Unlikely, Health Official Says

Pregnant Woman Among 7 Confirmed Zika Cases in New York

January 29, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Health officials say there is virtually no risk of catching the virus in New York City because mosquitoes are not active in the winter.

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Pregnant Woman Among 7 Confirmed Zika Cases in New York

179 Students, Staff Treated for Possible Carbon Monoxide Leak at Texas Middle School

January 29, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

More than 170 students and staff needed to be treated after an apparent carbon monoxide leak at a Texas middle school.

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179 Students, Staff Treated for Possible Carbon Monoxide Leak at Texas Middle School

Zika Virus in Brazil: Pregnant Woman Puts Fate in ‘Hands of God’

January 28, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Fabiola Barbosa warns other young women in Brazil to avoid pregnancy for now.

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Zika Virus in Brazil: Pregnant Woman Puts Fate in ‘Hands of God’

Zika Is ‘Spreading Explosively’ Across Americas: WHO

January 28, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The meeting scheduled for Monday will examine whether the Zika outbreak should be classified as a as an international health emergency,

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Zika Is ‘Spreading Explosively’ Across Americas: WHO

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