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Uvalde Residents Voice Frustration Over Shooting Response

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Uvalde police are now under investigation for their response to the elementary school shooting which left at least 21 people dead. Conflicting witness statements including steps police say they took to stop the gunman prompted the investigation. Part of the review will include a timeline of the shooting based on radio communications.See the Story
Business · Texas

Abbott plans to restart plant at the heart of the baby formula recall. Here's what to know

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When the plant resumes manufacturing formula, the company confirmed to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it will start with EleCare and other specialty metabolic formulas.See the Story

COVID-19 hospitalizations increase in Ottawa

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COVID-19 cases are continuing to rise around the country and in New Mexico. The increase in hospitalizations is concentrated mostly in Bernalillo and adjacent counties. Of those cases, 7,700 had proven fatal, consistent with a case fatality rate far higher than influenza.See the Story
Oak Grove, Kentucky · Oak Grove

Expert Tips to Help Parents Cope With Baby Formula Shortage

FRIDAY, May 27, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- As U.S. parents struggle to find formula to feed their infants during a nationwide shortage, they may not know what to do.See the Story
Medical · Hopkinsville

Dangerous Tanning Is on the Rise, Suntan Myths Persist

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Survey: 63% of respondents reported getting a suntan last year, up from 54% in 2020. About 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. One blistering sunburn during childhood or adolescence can nearly double a person's risk of developing melanoma.See the Story
Oak Grove, Kentucky · Oak Grove

Not Just 'Gluten-Sensitive': What People With Celiac Disease Want You to Know

A new Harris Poll finds that only half of Americans know anything about celiac disease. The only way to control it is to adhere to a 100% gluten-free diet. People who are sensitive to gluten might have similar symptoms, but they don't endure the damage.See the Story
Hopkinsville · Hopkinsville

Devastating Injuries When Children Swallow Button Batteries

FRIDAY, May 27, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Those button batteries that power your watch, key fob and other devices can be deadly if a child swallows them, and researchers wantSee the Story
Coronavirus · Hopkinsville

U.S. Making It Easier to Access COVID Treatment Paxlovid

Paxlovid and vaccines are credited with a declining rate of deaths from COVID. Currently there are 105,000 confirmed infections in the U.S. daily. The first test-to-treat site backed by the federal government is opening in Rhode Island. About 25,000 to 30,000 courses of Paxlovid are being prescribed each day.See the Story
Pompeii · Pompeii

Almost 2,000 Years Later, Scientists Map Genome of Resident of Pompeii

Scientists recently completed the first successfully sequenced human genome from a Pompeii victim. Until now, only short stretches of DNA had been sequenced from human and animal remains. The DNA of a man who died in Pompeii after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD is revealing new secrets.See the Story

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