Cold and Flu
Four more NC residents die from flu
Four North Carolina residents died from flu -related illnesses in the last week of March, according to state figures released Thursday.
Stomach bug got you? You're not the only one
WakeMed Children's Emergency Department reports that they've seen a spike in norovirus cases in the last few weeks.
No new flu deaths reported in NC
No new flu -related deaths were reported in North Carolina last week, marking the first time that no one in the state died from the virus since flu season began in October.
Five new flu deaths reported in NC
Five new flu -related deaths were reported in North Carolina last week, according to data released Thursday by the state Department of Health and Human Services.
Public hearing: Common Core standards
A special legislative committee hears public comment on Common Core legislation in North Carolina.
Rex On Call: General health tips
Get an inside look at the latest in medical technology, treatments and health trends with Rex On Call. March's topic is general health tips.trying to lose -- And an -- this is you know being cold and flu season there's also. Went to go to see your general practitioner -- and persons went to go to an ER -- tell your patients. In terms of the house that there. He had depends on your symptoms you know you have a high fever . You have a productive. Color costs. Those are probably reasons to see somebody sooner than if you have a running is that
Suffering from sinusitis? New implant may be the answer
For 1 in 7 adults, spring means one thing - symptoms of chronic sinusitis, which causes facial pain, headaches, nasal congestion , loss of smell and taste. Surgery can help, but sometimes the inflammation and obstruction come back. Experts say a new implant may be the answer.
Flu deaths continue to decline in NC
The number of flu deaths in North Carolina continued to decline last week, with only one new death being reported, according to data released Thursday by the state Department of Health and Human Services.