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CHARLEVOIX -- Author, consultant and former Lyme disease patient Marjorie MacArthur Veiga will be speaking on "Lyme Disease: Don't Be Scared; Be Prepared" 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6, at the Charlevoix Public Library. Veiga, a fourth generation...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsLife for the Green family in Hutchinson goes on, but things have changed the last three years. Andy Green was bitten by a tick and soon developed flu-like symptoms. He was eventually diagnosed with Lyme disease. "The most frustrating part is, I'm...
The benefits of having classroom pets Dr. Alan Beck talks about kids building healthy relationships with pets. Beck says pets provide children with opportunities to interact and cooperate with each other and that leads to more positive engagement ...
Tags: American Red Cross, C.C. Sabathia
The very name "Plum Island" sends shivers down the spines of conspiracy theorists. Some insist federal researchers on this small slab of land in Long Island Sound are hiding alien bodies; that Nazi scientists helped develop biological weapons there;...
EL CAJON -- It’s a journey many have begun but none have ever completed, not even the great Amelia Earhart. “I told myself a very long time ago I wanted to finish the flight for her,” said Grace McGuire of El Cajon. It is still very...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations
Casselton Veterinary Service, Inc. has recently diagnosed our first equine case of Anaplasmosis in May, and now another in June. Both locally kept horses returned to normal shortly after starting antibiotic therapy. We have found a fair number of dogs...
Debbie Smalley thought she finally had a lead on how to get the nearly 4-foot-tall grass cut at the abandoned home next door, when a sign was posted on the house last month advising people to call Bank of America with any questions. Smalley called. She...
Andrea Wise | ALWISE@COURANT.COM I. GLASTONBURY CLASS: Sophomore COACH: Nathan Gaudreau ACCOMPLISHMENTS: State Open quarterfinalist in 2012 with a 21-2 individual record. Went 6-1 in postseason tournaments. ... Played at No. 1 position in every match...
Tags: Broken Foot, Tennis, Health, Sprained Ankle, Injuries and Wounds
A physician featured in a Tribune story about the dubious diagnosis and risky treatment of chronic Lyme disease has been indicted on federal charges of health care fraud and filing false tax returns, according to court records. Dr. Carol Ann Ryser, who...
Tags: Trials, Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Defendants, Judges
•An article in Tuesday's editions of The Baltimore Sun about a Lyme disease study misstated the goals of the Maryland Pesticide Network. The coalition seeks to limit pesticide use. •Based on inaccurate information provided by the NCAA,...
There was an excellent article in The Sun describing American fields ripe for harvest that are not getting picked because of a shortage of immigrants ("Labor shortages plague farms," July 7). The American Farm Bureau Federation projects $5 billion to $9...
Tags: Politics, Migration, Football, Sports, National Football League
Typically ticks begin to appear in late spring and early summer as warm weather sets in, but this year, cases of the annual pest were reported three to four weeks earlier than normal, said agents with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension...
Jul 19, 2012 |Story| Petoskey News
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Jul 4, 2012 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
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