NC Health Department Updates Screening Guidelines for International Travelers

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), no new Ebola cases have been identified in…

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No More Excuses: Improvements to CSRS Make It Easier to Use

To help tackle a growing epidemic of opioid abuse, the state’s Drug Control Unit launched its…

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State Senate Bill Filing Deadline Brings Flood of Health Care Legislation

Bill filing deadlines always bring a flood of legislation. Yesterday the North Carolina Senate's…

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NCMS Service Project for March — Donate Blood

The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) staff regularly participates in various community service…

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Prevention Partners Issues On-Line Report Card On NC's Health

A new, comprehensive look at North Carolina’s health as measured by tobacco use, nutrition,…

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Flu Virus Continues to Spread

Flu season in North Carolina has resulted in 90 reported deaths by early January, and more are…

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NC Health Department Alert on Simulated Saline

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and…

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Flu Treatment and Prevention Key As Cases Reach Epidemic Proportions

With nine flu-related deaths last week alone and an increasing number of cases presenting in…

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