Learning to live in the midst of COVID-19 with community thinking | Art and culture

Learning to live in the midst of COVID-19 with community thinking |  Art and culture

Is the coronavirus pandemic over? With most regulations and restrictions lifted and OU courses with few remote options, it seems that COVID-19 has become part of history. This is far from the truth. Although not as pertinent, the virus continues to affect the community of UO and Lane County, with new cases it is still … Read more

everything doctors do to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season | Sand

everything doctors do to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season |  Sand

Great advice, straight from the experts. Nobody likes to be sick, and most of us also want to make sure we don’t spread viruses or other contagious diseases to our vulnerable loved ones. Therefore, it is important to do everything possible to minimize the risk of infection. This is especially true at this time when … Read more

Children’s medicine shortage hits as flu season starts quickly | Health

Children’s medicine shortage hits as flu season starts quickly |  Health

Caring for sick children has recently become more stressful for many American parents due to shortages of Children’s Tylenol and other medications. Doctors and other experts say the problem could persist through the winter cold and flu season, but it shouldn’t last as long as other recent shortages of baby formula or prescription drugs. They … Read more

Flu Season Came Early and Hit Tennessee Hard According to Federal and State Reports | Community

Flu Season Came Early and Hit Tennessee Hard According to Federal and State Reports |  Community

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Flu season ramps up | Oelwein Daily Log

Flu season ramps up |  Oelwein Daily Log

Flu season is ramping up at the local and state level, with influenza A H1N1 and A H3 strains circulating, along with COVID-19 and RSV, the highest flu-like illness in the state among non-influenza or COVID-19. This is based on the latest available data from the University of Iowa State Hygienic Laboratory, for the week … Read more

Thyroid conditions in dogs and cats.

Thyroid conditions in dogs and cats.

Robin Maurillo Special for El Ciudadano The thyroid is the largest endocrine organ in the body. Both canines and felines can suffer from impaired thyroid gland function (hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism), which influences the function of nearly every organ in the body. The thyroid produces the hormones triodothyronine-T3 and thyroxine-T4, which regulate metabolism, organ function, growth, … Read more

your health: make good decisions this flu season | lifestyles

your health: make good decisions this flu season |  lifestyles

Flu season is here. In fact, it is not alone here, it is here with a terrible ferocity. Search the web for “flu infection rates” and you’ll see some amazing graphs. The 2022-2023 flu season started very early and hospital rates of respiratory illness are already at typical January and February levels. This season is … Read more

Illegal carcass dumping and CWD concerns rise with fees | News

Illegal carcass dumping and CWD concerns rise with fees |  News

JACKSON — Shortly after Michele Voorhees pulled the trigger, she realized something was up. It was September 16, and Voorhees, 58, was hunting in Granite Creek with his niece when they spotted a mule deer grazing across the creek. He pulled the trigger and hit the male in the lungs. But when the huntress looked … Read more

A previous restriction on blood donation is lifted |

A previous restriction on blood donation is lifted |

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Beginning of flu season sends red flags about hospital capacity and “full pediatric wards”

Beginning of flu season sends red flags about hospital capacity and “full pediatric wards”

Public health leaders are concerned about the capacity of local hospitals as flu and other respiratory viruses are driving patients to seek emergency care in numbers not normally seen until later in the winter. Tulsa County has seen one fatal case of flu so far this season, for a total of four flu deaths in … Read more