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North Texas company recalls nearly 4 tons of raw beef items


Local doctors: Influenza B bringing flu's second wind


App map shows Texoma cities with highest risk of illnesses like flu


American Heart Health Month


Local business booms using elderberry concentrate to fight flu


Chickasaw Nation breaks ground on Wellness Center addition


Oklahoma Mission of Mercy hosts free dental event in Durant


Bonham, Gunter schools re-open following flu-forced closures


Wilson N. Jones creating temporary flu treatment clinic in ER


Flu outbreak causes visitation restrictions at Ardmore's Mercy Hospital


Texoma flu season one of the worst in recent years


Southern Okla. police study opioid overdose prevention


Wilson N. Jones Community Foundation presents grant to Grayson County Health Clinic


Texoma doctor shares tips on installing Christmas lights safely


City of Ector issues boil water notice


Warnings about fidget spinners


Panel recommends new, better shingles vaccine over old version


Counties participate in mass medication drill


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Warm weather is arriving up to 20 days earlier in some places; one study finds pollen counts have been rising every year since 2000
Spring is here and it is predicted to be another tough season for allergy sufferers. One study finds pollen counts have been increasing every year since 2000. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why climate change could be making your allergies worse and what you can do to alleviate your allergy symptoms.
In 2016, there were 51 driving deaths in Colorado linked to marijuana
Today is April 20, or 420, a day many people celebrate marijuana. As some states start to legalize it, law enforcement officers are having a difficult time policing drivers who are high. Barry Petersen reports.

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Warm weather is arriving up to 20 days earlier in some places; one study finds pollen counts have been rising every year since 2000
Spring is here and it is predicted to be another tough season for allergy sufferers. One study finds pollen counts have been increasing every year since 2000. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why climate change could be making your allergies worse and what you can do to alleviate your allergy symptoms.
In 2016, there were 51 driving deaths in Colorado linked to marijuana
Today is April 20, or 420, a day many people celebrate marijuana. As some states start to legalize it, law enforcement officers are having a difficult time policing drivers who are high. Barry Petersen reports.
Medicine made from the cannabis plant for severe seizures in children with epilepsy​ has moved one step closer to U.S. approval

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Allergy Causes: The Myths and FactsWhile an extended winter means many seasonal allergy sufferers are still breathing easy, tree pollen is already in the air in much of the country, causing sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose, c...


Allergy Causes: The Myths and FactsWhile an extended winter means many seasonal allergy sufferers are still breathing easy, tree pollen is already in the air in much of the country, causing sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose, c...