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NCDHHS: 27 more flu deaths, 200 so far this season


Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune hosts Heart Health Fair


Onslow Memorial Hospital runs out of rapid diagnostic flu test


State health officials report 17 new flu deaths


PRESCRIPTION COSTS: A look at the burden and how to save


Dozens more people die from flu in North Carolina


Greenville kids smiling brighter thanks to national dentistry program


Twenty new flu deaths in state reported


Lab-bred mosquitoes to fly near Miami to help combat Zika


21 more flu deaths in North Carolina


Vidant Hospitals restricting child visitors starting today


10 more flu deaths this past week in North Carolina


Four more flu deaths reported in North Carolina


Greenville medical practice warns of potential layoffs following dispute with Blue Cross


Depression rates increase around the holidays


Robot kitty offers comfort to seniors


Whooping cough cases double in one week in NC county


Pitt County officials pushing flu shots ahead of outbreak in seven states


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