February supermoon to brighten skies – WJAC Johnstown

Just two months into 2019 -- and it's already time for the biggest supermoon of the year. Starting Monday night, February's full moon will brighten skies. It will also look huge, due to how close it is to Earth. You might also hear people calling it the snow …

Asteroid tracker: Asteroid big enough to BLOCK OUT STARS will pass TOMORROW –

AN ASTEROID big enough to obscure parts of the starlit sky will dash past the Earth in the wee morning hours tomorrow, asteroid trackers have revealed.

High blood pressure – the 2p a day supplements to prevent deadly hypertension symptoms – Express

HIGH blood pressure risk could be lowered by making some diet or lifestyle changes. You could reduce your chances of developing deadly hypertension symptoms and signs by regularly taking supplements. These are the best capsules to avoiding high blood pressure.

Philippines: Measles outbreak kills more than 130 –

About half of the 136 people who died were children aged one to four, health officials say.

Four Legionnaires’ disease cases linked to Crookston hotel – Grand Forks Herald

CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Minnesota Department of Health is investigating four cases of Legionnaires' disease linked to a hotel in northwestern Minnesota.Four people reported getting sick between Jan. 22 and Jan. 27 after staying at the Crookston Inn and Convent…

Clark County confirms 1 new measles case, identifies new exposure site – KATU

A new confirmed case of the measles on Monday brought the total in Clark County to 62. County health officials also identified the Fred Meyer at 401 N. W. 12th Ave. in Battle Ground as a new exposure site. People who were at the store Wednesday, Feb. 13 betwe…

A growing local street-drug danger: phony pain pills made with fentanyl – Times Herald-Record

People who buy pain pills on the streets of Orange County might think they’re getting the real deal. Chances are they’re wrong, and the

Concerns Chronic Wasting Disease could jump from deer to humans – WKRN News 2

As Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) spreads in Tennessee, there are concerns the disease could jump from deer to humans.
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