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You’re More At Risk Of Catching Zika Virus If You Live In Texas

There have been 19 confirmed cases of Zika in Texas this year.

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Stripes and M.D. Anderson Fighting Childhood Cancer [INTERVIEW]

Dr. Cindy Schwartz on The Chad Hasty Show talking about MD Anderson Cancer Center's partnership with Stripes Convenience Stores in the fight against childhood cancer.

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4 Brands of Cigarettes Were Just Banned by the FDA

We all know that smoking is very bad for you and that tobacco sales are limited to certain stores and certain ages. These brands though, are being pulled off the market completely.

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Texas Woman Dies After Eating Tainted Cucumber

A salmonella outbreak linked to contaminated cucumbers imported from Mexico by a California company is being blamed for the death of a Texas woman.

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Tropical Diseases Reemerge in the U.S.

Tropical diseases such as Chagas Disease, Dengue Fever, and others which were once found mainly outside the United States, are showing up right here at home.

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Lubbock Fit Representatives Talk Health and Fitness [INTERVIEW]

Paul Faulkner and Jonathan Botros of Lubbock Fit with Rob Snyder and Laura Mac on Lubbock's First News talking about their organization's health and fitness coaching for area citizens.

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Salt: Health Risk or Maybe Not So Much?

 

According to many researchers and scientists, the current guidelines for dietary salt consumption should be changed. Many say that the normal American salt use has no risk, and governmental recommendations for low sodium intake may even be dangerous.

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United Supermarkets to Educate Lubbock Citizens About Diabetes

Registered dietitian Brenda Duby with United Family of Supermarkets spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac of Lubbock's First News about November being Diabetes Awareness Month.

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Dr. Beth McQuiston Discusses New Technology to Diagnose Concussions on the Battlefield

Board certified neurologist Beth McQuiston spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac of Lubbock's First News about exciting new technology that will help diagnose brain trauma in military personnel while still in the battlefield.

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Cut Your Risk of Kidney Stones With More Water and Less Soda

A new study shows reduced risk for kidney stones if you drink more water and less soda.

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