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Los Angeles County bus drivers say they are regularly becoming ill — sometimes while behind the wheel — from pesticides sprayed inside their vehicles by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. At least 14 Metro drivers are pursuing...
email@example.comIt’s been more than 25 years since Catherine Bach had to don the jean cut-off short-shorts now famously called “Daisy Dukes.” Some would argue that next to Michael Jackson’s glittery glove, no other piece of clothing has...
We all know that every day, people in Mexico come across the border in pursuit of something they can't find in their country. What you may not know is that every day, people in the United States go across the border to Mexico for the same reason. They...
Bethlehem's Ronald Cruz hadn't fought in nine months, but Ray Narh, his opponent on Friday night at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center had the potential for even more rust. That's because Narh hadn't fought in two years. Any potential rust never...
In Virginia the most common tick bite comes from the Lone Star tick. "You'll pick up 50 to 100 Lone Stars for every one black-legged tick," said David Gaines, state entomologist. Yet Lyme Disease, carried exclusively by the immature black-legged, or...
St. Charles Teen center benefits The STC Underground Teen Center is partnering with Francesca's by the River, 200 S. 2nd St., to raise money through its Eat & Earn program. When residents who dine at the restaurant on June 25 mention the fundraiser,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After a wet spring, it's now hot. Mosquito weather is here -- and they're hungry to target you. Health experts say, however, you can prevent the bites. “We don't want to scare anyone but we want people to be aware,”...
Of the Detroit Free Press(MCT) – Despite warnings of the flu, other potentially deadly disease and, frankly, a gross-out factor, just 1 in 20 Americans properly washes his or her hands after using a restroom, according to a new study. "It's horrifying," said Carl...
MONTVERDE — Santiago Ortiz, the Montverde Academy soccer player who could run all day and chase down attacking forwards, could not walk. "I was really afraid," Ortiz said, recalling the school-sponsored shopping trip to a Target in Winter Garden...
Contributing WriterEach year, nearly 42,000 American adults die from vaccine-preventable diseases. Together, influenza and pneumonia are the eighth leading cause of death in the United States. In spite of these statistics, vaccination rates for influenza and pneumonia are...
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In 1974, Jack Wilson did something many people only dream about: He quit his job making industrial fermenting equipment and started his own business. "The parent company was becoming quite controlling and I don't control well," said Wilson, 88, of...
Sun SentinelRehabbing players Giancarlo Stanton, Donovan Solano and Joe Mahoney all lost games Thursday and friday with Class-A Jupiter because of a rainouts. They were in Friday’s starting lineup against St. Lucie before it was postponed. Manager Mike...
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