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Despite detente, sanctions on North Korea fan TB epidemic


Trump administration takes another swipe at 'Obamacare'


Tick bites causing red meat allergy on the rise in Eastern Carolina


Compulsive video-game playing now new mental health problem


Vidant spinal surgery study showing positive results for paralyzed man


CarolinaEast Medical Center unveils new ER wing


VIDANT: Elective surgeries resume after discoloration seen on surgical instruments


Trump administration to bar abortions at facilities receiving federal family funds


Asheville company recalling kratom products after positive Salmonella test


EGG RECALL: More illnesses following salmonella outbreak at Hyde County farm


Doctor's license on hold over fat storage, syringe allegations


Free OTC medication give away happening Saturday


Ten confirmed cases in Carteret County whooping cough outbreak


Vidant lifts visitor restrictions for children after decreased flu activity


Deaths from flu in North Carolina rise to 362


ALLERGIES: What are you allergic to and treatment options


Onslow County ambulances getting 23 new high-tech heart monitors


Flu season ends with 348 deaths in North Carolina


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Texas to execute murderer despite objection from victim's family

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The National Institutes of Health study will look at genes and social stresses.

Mandalay Bay owner takes legal action against Las Vegas shooting victims

The complaint doesn't seek money from them, but instead seeks to have their cases moved to federal court — where a 2002 federal act may provide more protection for MGM.

Former wrestlers sue Ohio State University over alleged abuse

Coaches and administrators were "repeatedly informed" of Dr. Strauss's serial sexual abuse, according to the complaint.

ADHD may have modest link with teen tech use

Those most addicted to social media sites were 53 percent more likely to develop ADHD symptoms, the team reported.