Rash is telltale sign of hand, foot and mouth disease
Hand, foot and mouth disease is characterized by a high fever and rash.Flu season for another few months but another virus is active right now especially in children. It's called hand foot and mouth disease WIL doctor Allen -- says -- how to recognize it treated and prevent it. A few weeks ago eight year old grace cold story complaining that she wasn't feeling well. She had I'm Phyllis her name and she felt very hot and so we took a temperature and she had a fever of a 103. With her mom. Only Williams sister rationed and this isdays for the disease are completely ruinous course but the blesses the flu in the distance of course are contagious as well. And so I would err on the side of being conservative we talk
Lovette trial testimony (Day 5 pt 4)
July 24, 2014, testimony of Durham Police Department crime scene specialist Heather Maddry.Be included. Didn't. This is this the same. View. Won't say bad flu . Can be much. -- here. So it was they're good example have you. Idiot Kurdish. And yeah this process. Now that --
Lovette trial testimony (Day 5 pt 3)
July 24, 2014, testimony of former Durham Police Department computer forensics specialist Heather Karl.It's good. Okay. Tomorrow more offices. And he. Yeah. Well there. The flu . Didn't -- at the securities. Different parts that you can't hurt I don't know check this shepherd street where. I went to
California firm issues nationwide fruit recall
A Central California company is recalling specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots sold nationwide over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
FULL INTERVIEW: Sen. Berger discusses how Medicaid is holding up the state budget
Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger said Monday that Medicaid is the main issue holding up an agreement. Any budget deal must include better control on Medicaid spending, including a reduction in how many people are eligible for the health care assistance, he said.save it preliminary numbers and I'm saying. Shows that I think. This flu ban them too -- were slammed it. The amount owing to the hospitals -- somewhere around eighteen million dollars or something like
Hairston: "I'm ready to win"
PJ Hairston says he can't wait to get started playing for the Charlotte Hornetsa good idea where it leads. Me. It's just hard -- The flu . Do so. And it just you have multifamily I think it was working to stop them. This is really true. That and
Triangle doctor helps Ebola patients in Guinea
A physician with UNC Hospitals is working with the World Health Organization to try to stem the Ebola outbreak in Guinea.in Geneva Switzerland. The plans strategies to fight major outbreaks of the flu in China and cameras Colby bars in the Middle East and the Ebola in West Africa upon a -- in Geneva --
UNC physician helps Ebola victims in Guinea
The World Health Organization requested the help of Dr. Billy Fischer with UNC Hospitals in Guinea, where an Ebola outbreak has killed more than 300 people.
House holds session
The House convenes at 3:30 p.m. to take up two regulatory reform bills, plus a bill to fix mistakes in one Gov. Pat McCrory already signed into law.City and limited ways typical. Want to be up front line. This flu and I didn't. See you. To use. It's. The way it is never served. It's a few minutes with -- -- --
Fire in the Triangle: Meet 518 West's chef
Meet 518 West's Serge Falcoz-Vigne, who will be competing in the 2014 Fire in the Triangle.way wait good news birdies -- and I think great. If the flu don't make we love that wouldn't people have been killed Wednesday makes it -- Because you know it could be taken --