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Dallas Ebola Patient Thomas Eric Duncan Dies

Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola has died Wednesday morning. Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan’s condition was downgraded to critical from serious on Saturday October 4, 2014. His case is believed to be the first case diagnosed outside of Africa of this strain of Ebola. Ebola patients were treated in […]

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Illinois Department of Public Health Watching for Outbreak of Enterovirus 68 — “Mystery Illness”

Several hospitals in Illinois and Missouri have recently reported clusters of severe respiratory illness in community members, especially children. Testing of some cases by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified an enterovirus, EV-D68. While there are more than 100 types of enteroviruses, which are very common viruses of respiratory illness, EV-D68 is less […]

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First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the United States Is in Isolation in Dallas, Texas Hospital

The first Ebola case has been diagnosed in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced today. The case is also believed to be the first case diagnosed outside of Africa of this strain of Ebola. Ebola patients were treated in the United States for the first time recently, and the victims […]

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Precaution: Doctor Exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone Transferred to NIH Isolation Unit

An American doctor exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone is now under observation in an isolation unit at the National Institutes of Health. An American doctor, whose identity was not released and who was exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone, is now under observation in an isolation unit at the National Institutes of Health. He […]

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Flu Shots Available from Village of Arlington Heights for Ages 3 and Older at Senior Center

Arlington Heights Health Services will be offering flu shots for seasonal influenza on Tuesday, September 30 from 5-7 p.m. and Wednesday, October 1 from 9 -11 a.m. These clinics will be held at the Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road. No appointments are necessary and there are no residency restrictions. The flu shot […]

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Northwest Community Hospital Offers Free Programs for Seniors in September

Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) is hosting several free programs for adults over age 55 in September at the Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road, Arlington Heights. To register for the following programs, call 847.253.5532. You do not need to be an Arlington Heights resident to attend. Thursday, September 4 – Cardiovascular disease – […]

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Outbreak in Children of Severe Respiratory Illness that Starts Like Common Cold — Possibly Enterovirus 68

An unidentified severe cold-like respiratory illness with outbreaks through parts of the U.S. has affected Denver, Colorado. Hundreds of children have been reported with the suspected, but not confirmed, rare respiratory virus known as human enterovirus 68. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus is related to the rhinovirus, which […]

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Dengue Fever Outbreak in Japan from Mosquitoes in Yoyogi Park in Tokyo

CNN’s Will Ripley reports in the past week, at least 55 people in Japan have become ill with dengue fever. Japan is experiencing the largest outbreak of Dengue Fever since World War II. All victims are believed to have been bitten by mosquitos while visiting Yoyogi Park in Tokyo. View Larger Map Symptoms of Dengue […]

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Ebola Outbreak Expands; CDC Goes to Level 1 Activation

The Ebola outbreak has claimed more than 930 lives as world health leaders scramble to contain it and researchers focus on an experimental, unproven drug. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Wednesday resonded to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with a “level 1 activation” which is reserved for the most serious public health […]

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Toledo Tap Water Warning After High Toxin Level; Release by Algae-like Bacteria in Lake Eirie

Toxins possibly from cyanobacteria — often mistakenly called blue-green algae — on Lake Erie fouled the water supply of Toledo, forcing officials to issue warnings not to drink the water and the governor to declare a state of emergency. You can’t boil this water; it only make the situation worse. Toledo officials issued a warning […]

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First Ebola-Infected Patient Arrives in United States and Western Hemisphere; Risk vs Compassion

A U.S. doctor infected with Ebola was able to visit with his family at an Atlanta hospital after being flown from Africa. A U.S. medical doctor, Dr. Kent Brantly, who was infected with the Ebola virus while working in West Africa was flown to Atlanta to be treated in a high-security ward at Emory University […]

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US Warns Against Traveling to Ebola-Infected Areas — Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in West Africa

The worst recorded Ebola outbreak in history has now surpassed 700 deaths since March and the United States is now issuing the highest-level travel warning for 3 West African countries because of the crisis. The World Health Organization announced a $100 million plan on Thursday to send more medical experts and supplies to the overwhelmed […]

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