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RMH Coronary Award

Updated: 10/19/2007 - Heart disease is the number one killer in America today, and finding a way to cure it can be tough.

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Web Extra - What is MRSA?

Updated: 10/17/2007 - MRSA is considered a superbug because of its difficulty to treat.

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Asthma Numbers Down in W.V.

Posted: 10/17/2007 - When it comes to asthma in West Virginia, there's good news and bad news.

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Teen Dies of Staph

Updated: 10/17/2007 - A high school student in Bedford County who was hospitalized for more than a week with an antibiotic-resistant staph infection has died.

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Caring for Wounded Troops

Posted: 10/16/2007 - President Bush is promising action to improve care for wounded troops from Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Race to Beat Cancer

Updated: 10/15/2007 - Runners and walkers from all over the area laced-up Saturday morning, and it was all to help battle a very common killer.

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RMH $2 Million Gift

Posted: 10/15/2007 - Rockingham Memorial Hospital has received a $2 million gift to help pay for a new women's health center.

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DuPont to Provide Medical Monitoring

Posted: 10/10/2007 - A jury says DuPont must provide medical monitoring for thousands of residents who were exposed to contamination from a Harrison County waste site.

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Replace Irradiation Machines

Posted: 10/10/2007 - A government panel says the more than 1,000 irradiation machines in hospitals and other facilities around the country should all be replaced.

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Goodlatte on S-CHIP Veto

Bob Goodlatte

Updated: 10/10/2007 - Congressman Bob Goodlatte shares his views on S-CHIP and the President's veto.

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Workers' Compensation Oversight

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Lawmakers took an initial step Monday toward increasing their oversight over the privatized workers' compensation system.

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Continued Heat

Posted: 10/08/2007 - The unusually warm fall weather continued Monday across the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, where temperatures were expected to top out in the upper 80s and low 90s.

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Traveling Medical Centers

Posted: 10/05/2007 - Some residents of Appalachia can't easily make it to a medical clinic, so the clinic comes to them.

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Smoking Down for Minors

Updated: 10/05/2007 - The government is reporting success with a program aimed at discouraging minors from smoking.

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Children on Heartburn Medications

Updated: 10/05/2007 - The number of young children on prescription drugs for heartburn and other digestive problems has jumped about 56 percent in recent years.

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Blood Drives in the Valley

Updated: 10/04/2007 - The American Red Cross will be conducting numerous blood drives through out the Valley in coming weeks.

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Valley Reacts To Bush's Veto

Posted: 10/04/2007 - President Bush has vetoed a bipartisan children's health insurance bill that was supposed to increase the State Children's Health Insurance Program.

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Flu Shots for Health Care Workers

Posted: 10/04/2007 - About 36,000 people die from the flu each year, while 200,000 people are hospitalized from severe flu symptoms.

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More Accolades For S.A.R.S.

Posted: 10/03/2007 - S.A.R.S receives six awards from the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads 73rd Annual Convention held in Virginia Beach.

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Free Clinic Spared

Updated: 10/02/2007 - Some state agencies breathe a sigh of relief after Governor Tim Kaine made an announcement of massive budget cuts Monday.

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Company Told Stop Grinding Beef

Posted: 09/28/2007 - New Jersey meat company recalls frozen beef; Federal officials suspend part of its operation.

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Nurses to Strike in W.V.

Posted: 09/28/2007 - A union representative for hundreds of nurses at nine hospitals in Kentucky and West Virginia says they will go on strike on Monday.

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Own Your Future

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Governor Tim Kaine announced Thursday the Own Your Future program, a statewide, multimedia campaign to encourage Virginians to plan ahead for their long-term health care needs.

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People Sickened by Recalled Beef

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 21 people in eight states may have fallen ill after eating hamburgers possibly contaminated with E. coli bacteria.

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Mental Health Help for Servicemen

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Senate has voted to let the Pentagon raise reimbursement rates for mental health treatment for returning service members.

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