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Indianapolis 500 officials who offer a measles vaccine WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

05/23/19 06:13 pm EDT INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Some fans who attend Indianapolis 500 of the Week can get measles vaccines at the infield medical center of the track. IndyCar said medical director Geoffrey Billows said a "limited supply" of vaccines was available in a medical building near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway museum. Billows encourages proprietary fans to be immunized before …

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UN names new 'Ebola czar' for growing DRC outbreak

The United Nations (UN) today announced the creation of an emergency Ebola response coordinator, a role that officials hope will tackle the security and political challenges facing the response efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC's) 10-month- long Ebola outbreak. The UN appointed David Gressly, MBA, currently the UN's deputy special representative for peacekeeping missions in the DRC, …

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Surgeons warn of serious hand injury from lead dogs and collars

Human rights photo Jillian Tisdale Surgeons warn dog owners not to wear leads around their fingers or wrist due to the risk of serious injury at hand. ] They say that thousands of people can be harmful from lacerations, burning burns, fractures and ligaments. There were 30 severe injuries in the hands of dogs last year in Cornwall only, said …

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Visitors to the island of Hawaii have confirmed that a rat's lungworm disease

STAR-ADVERTISER / OCT. 2017 A slug in a jar suspected of being infected with parasitic lungworm parasites. The State Department of Health received confirmation from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention of three irrelevant cases of lungworm disease diagnosed with visitors to the Hawaiian island. The state's Health Department has received confirmation from US Centers for Disease Control …

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To Fight Deadly Candida Auris, New York State Proposes New Tactics

New York State health officials are considering rigorous new requirements for hospitals and nursing homes to prevent the spread of a deadly drug-resistant fungus called Candida auris. The requirements could include mandatory pre-admission screening of patients believed to be at-risk and placing in isolation those patients who are infected, or even those just carrying the fungus on their skin. Dr. …

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