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American Heart Health Month


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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


'Brake for Breakfast' promotes breast cancer awareness


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23-month-old Alfie Evans has incurable degenerative neurological condition, and doctors say he should be allowed to die
Veterans are twice as likely as non-veterans to die from accidental overdoses involving prescription opioids. In an effort to lower opioid intake, some veterans are turning to hemp products like CBD oil to treat chronic pain and PTSD. Nancy Cordes reports.
Health officials say romaine lettuce in stores and restaurants now is likely from California and not Yuma, Arizona, where the tainted lettuce originated
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 31 more people have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli. An investigation is underway to determine the source of the vegetable, but officials say it likely came from the Yuma, Arizona, region. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.

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23-month-old Alfie Evans has incurable degenerative neurological condition, and doctors say he should be allowed to die
Veterans are twice as likely as non-veterans to die from accidental overdoses involving prescription opioids. In an effort to lower opioid intake, some veterans are turning to hemp products like CBD oil to treat chronic pain and PTSD. Nancy Cordes reports.
Health officials say romaine lettuce in stores and restaurants now is likely from California and not Yuma, Arizona, where the tainted lettuce originated
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 31 more people have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli. An investigation is underway to determine the source of the vegetable, but officials say it likely came from the Yuma, Arizona, region. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
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