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Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, commonly known as MERS, was first reported to health authorities in 2012. Prior to this, MERS had not been known to the medical community, so very little was known about the origins, transmission and severity of the illness.

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“I thought this was going to be the golden years,” he said, and we chuckled together as we discussed his constant back pain and other health problems. “Maybe you still have some golden moments, especially outside with your chickens or cows.” As I asked him how he was managing everything (aft…

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An emergency warming center at the Pine Street Community Center will be open overnight Monday and Tuesday, according to a news release from Mid-Coast Family Services.

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In my career as an animal control officer, I have seen many packs of domesticated dogs running the streets and terrorizing neighborhoods.

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When I opened my home care company 10 years ago, I attended a weeklong training on various aspects of the home care industry. At one session, we were asked to describe what we believed the ultimate caregiver would be like. I can’t remember how I replied, but 10 years later, I now know what a…

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Victoria’s Emergency Medical Services can now provide whole blood to trauma victims, a dramatic upgrade from options that were previously available to patients who had suffered severe blood loss.

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Cold and flu season is upon us, which means now is the time for you and your family to get flu shots. While you’re at it, use the opportunity to catch up on all needed vaccinations. If you are hesitant to get the flu vaccine, here are some common questions – and their answers – to help you m…

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Citizens Medical Center will move forward with a $10 million project to renovate and expand its emergency room, its board of managers agreed Wednesday.

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Two years after Hurricane Harvey soaked drywall, ripped holes in roofs and flooded petrochemical plants, experts are still teasing out the ways the storm made survivors sicker.

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After 64 years as an independent practice, Victoria Surgical Associates will become a part of Citizens Medical Center, reflecting a nationwide trend as independent physician groups increasingly consolidate with hospitals.

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The Texas Medical Board ordered a former Victoria doctor to be evaluated by a psychiatrist after concluding that the physician had sexual relationships with four patients and prescribed them controlled substances, according to an order made public Tuesday.

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Citizens Medical Center is hiring four new surgeons who will form the new surgical practice Citizens Victoria Surgical Associates.

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    Wonderful program...except they are not crocheting, they are using a knitting loom. I do love how they are teaching them to use the looms, a terrific skill!

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    Mrs. Tally,I also have a special place in my heart for diplomacy and those who practice it. It seems I have the same biases you presented in your piece, which are rare here in Gerrymanderville…

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    Anti-left letters obviously refers to letter writers,not those who respond to them. I would know since I wrote the rebuttal. But whatever...

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