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The Galveston County Daily News : Health

April 24, 2014

Health

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Children can have OTC acetaminophen, NSAIDs

Your child has a fever, cough and headache. You reach in the medicine cabinet and find several bottles of pills and liquid medicine.

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Wednesday 04/23/2014
Health Inspections for Wednesday, April 23, 2014:
Posted: April 23, 2014

Health Inspections published in The Daily News:

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Child with egg allergy should get vaccinations
Posted: April 23, 2014

My son has not had any vaccines since he was 6 months old because he developed an allergy to eggs.

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St. Vincent’s House plans health fair
Posted: April 23, 2014

GALVESTON — St. Vincent’s House will have its FitFair and FunDay health event May 3 at the clinic.

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Tuesday 04/22/2014
‘Breaking Bad’ in the neighborhood
Posted: April 22, 2014

Drug abuse is not confined to street drugs like methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine.

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UTMB, U.S. Navy study neglected illnesses
Posted: April 22, 2014

Modern-day travel has made the world more easily accessible. Within 24 hours, you can fly from Houston to Peru and back to Houston again. But with that convenience, diseases once found in isolated areas are now appearing at hospitals in Texas.

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Jim Kelly internship applications due
Posted: April 22, 2014

The UTMB James Perry Kelly Summer Science Writing Internship — June 9 through July 31 — offers an eight-week opportunity for a high school student to report and write about UTMB’s scientific community under the supervision of the Media Relations Department.

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Cultivate technique for living peacefully
Posted: April 22, 2014

Have you noticed the general lack of civility and courteous dialogue these days?

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Monday 04/21/2014
UTMB study seeks to engage community in medical ethics issues
Posted: April 21, 2014

GALVESTON — Suppose there are two medical treatments for a disease. The scientific evidence says they both work the same. But one costs four times as much as the other.

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