Health

Asst. Secretary for Health, U.S. Surgeon General meet with patients in Durant


Free medical, dental event coming to Durant


U.S. Surgeon General hoping to break records on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day


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


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CBS News Health Headlines

Three years after the city's water crisis first made headlines, many residents still don't believe their tap water is safe
It's the age-old question: Is the glass half empty, or half full? For the people of Flint Michigan, it's far from being a settled issue. Some three years after the city's water crisis first made headlines, many people still don't believe their tap water is safe. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the whistleblower who alerted Flint residents to the dangers posed by the very water they drank, and to activists who discuss the legacy of the Flint water crisis: A loss of trust.
Can a property purchase reduce stress, improve health and bring peace of mind?
Housing developers offer all kinds of benefits to lure buyers, but the latest trend in real estate goes beyond the normal perks with homes and neighborhoods designed to support the physical and spiritual wellbeing of its residents. How can a property reduce stress, improve health and bring peace of mind? Manuel Bojorquez finds out.

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Three years after the city's water crisis first made headlines, many residents still don't believe their tap water is safe
It's the age-old question: Is the glass half empty, or half full? For the people of Flint Michigan, it's far from being a settled issue. Some three years after the city's water crisis first made headlines, many people still don't believe their tap water is safe. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the whistleblower who alerted Flint residents to the dangers posed by the very water they drank, and to activists who discuss the legacy of the Flint water crisis: A loss of trust.
Can a property purchase reduce stress, improve health and bring peace of mind?
Housing developers offer all kinds of benefits to lure buyers, but the latest trend in real estate goes beyond the normal perks with homes and neighborhoods designed to support the physical and spiritual wellbeing of its residents. How can a property reduce stress, improve health and bring peace of mind? Manuel Bojorquez finds out.
A Los Angeles judge recently ruled that Starbucks and other coffee roasters and retailers had failed to show that benefits from drinking coffee outweighed any cancer risks

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