Sen. Dennis Guth, R-Klemme, authored and introduced Senate Bill 239 requiring health care professionals who sign a medical exemption "state that the immunizations required could, rather than would, be injurious to the health and well-being of the applicant or a family members."
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TWIN FALLS — In just a month, four deaths due to flu-related complications — all among residents older than 50 — have been reported in south-central Idaho.
She listened to the story from the small plane, looking down at three rivers that had merged to form a sea over the state she loves.
This Tucson couple hiked three of America's longest trails totaling 7,640 miles.
The Taney County Health Department presented the results of its 2018 Community Assessment Survey to the Taney County Commission this week.
No two calls are ever the same for the crew of MedForce Aeromedical Transport.
When humans get sick, our immune systems kick into high gear. To help guard against disease, people are increasingly turning to antimicrobial agents — from soaps to wipes to hand sanitizers — to help kill germs. However, scientists have found that some strains of Salmonella pathogens have developed strategies to evade damage.
A worker was injured in a small fire Wednesday at Wieser Concrete in Portage, but the fire was extinguished before firefighters arrived on scene.
CANANDAIGUA — There is no question that treatment is a crucial piece of the puzzle for those trying to beat drug and alcohol addiction.