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Oklahoma tornadoes: Tractor-trailers thrown about on Interstate 40 May 20, 2013 At least three tractor-trailers and four other vehicles were thrown about the area. Read More
What's it like: To get lithotripsy May 19, 2013 Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy uses shock waves to break a kidney stone into smaller passable pieces. Read More
Remembering Theo: Oklahoma City mother raises awareness in memory of son May 18, 2013 Janet Anderson, of Oklahoma City, will walk Saturday in the Oklahoma branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness annual walk at Stars and Stripes Park at 3701 S Lake Hefner. She formed a team in memory of her son, Theo, who struggled with mental illness before his death. Read More
Pandemic potential: Facts vs. fears regarding emerging viruses May 16, 2013 Oklahoma public health workers — aware of our increasing global society — are keeping an eye on a bird flu virus known as H7N9. So far, it has been contained to China. Read More
Travel tips for people going to China or the Arabian Peninsula May 16, 2013 There is currently no vaccine to prevent H7N9. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is repeating its standard advice to travelers and Americans living in China to follow good hand hygiene and food safety practices and to avoid contact with animals. Read More
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