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CDC: 1 in 5 kids had flu-like illness this month

ATLANTA (AP) ‚ About 1 in 5 U.S. children had a flu-like illness earlier this month‚ and most of those cases likely were swine flu, according to a new government health survey.

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Grocery Supply Company becomes STAR supporter of Lights of Life campaign for third consecutive year

For the third consecutive year, Grocery Supply Co. Inc. has graciously donated $10,000 to the Lights of Life campaign that helps create additions and improvements to the hospital.

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STOP THE SNIFFLES: Summertime colds, allergies share symptoms, but treatments are not the same

It used to be that if you had a runny or stuffy nose in the summertime it was likely allergies. But for a variety of reasons these days, including air conditioners that recirculate air in tightly sealed buildings in the same way heating does in the winter — people often come to work with colds.

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Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Update for Oct. 21, 2009

Community Care at Memorial Welcomes Dena Brelsford, PA-C

Community Care at Memorial is proud to welcome Dena Brelsford, PA-C, to the community. Dena will be providing care from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 1330 Church St. You are welcome to make an appointment, and walk-ins are welcome. To schedule an appointment you can call 903-885-2961.

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Past and present Lights of Life gala co-chairs are also Glow sponsors for upcoming fund-raising event

When Dr. Bill and Peggy Dietze have passed the Lights of Life chairmanship torch — or tree, as the case may be — off to 2010 Co-Chairs Craig and Jennifer Roberts, mixed emotions on both sides accompanied the transition. While chairing the campaign is lots of fun, it is also a big commitment, both Bill and Peggy Dietze said.
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  • Stem cell study for ALS patients shows promise
    Stem cell research can run the gamut from Nobel Prize-winning scientists to hucksters in lab coats making a buck off desperate, seriously ill people. The results of one new study may be less than hoped for, but the science is sound: The study concluded that injecting stem cells into the spinal cords of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is safe in most, though not all, cases. Unfortunately, the procedure provided no benefit to patients, though it caused substantial pain to two of the study participants.
  • Canned foods linked to BPA risk in new study
    There has been an ongoing debate about just how much of the industrial chemical Bisphenol A (or BPA) lurks in canned foods and whether it poses a health risk.
  • Biden outlines Cancer Moonshot efforts to break barriers
    Cancer is still the No. 2 killer of Americans. It has been for decades, and Vice President Joe Biden wants that to change now.

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