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Death related to hepatitis A outbreak is confirmed


North Carolina confirms its season's first flu-related death


Local dermatologists teaming up for free skin cancer screenings today


Healthy Habits: Watching carbs to manage & prevent diabetes


FDA expands use of cervical cancer vaccine up to age 45


State extends vaccination deadline because of Florence


Health department warns people to protect themselves against mosquitoes


Health department will test samples of water for private water wells


Embarrassing Sunburns: Don't burn your buns!


Eastern Equine Encephalitis now confirmed in four Eastern Carolina counties


Slow rollout, more fine print with Trump health care options


Blue Cross cutting 'Obamacare' prices despite changes


State confirms first West Nile Virus death for 2018


Salmonella outbreak in 26 states tied to raw turkey


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


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