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Plague

It’s fun to go on hikes and commune with nature, fun to see a deer wander into your yard, and fun to take your furry friends with you. Who doesn’t love cross-species friends—like how cheetahs are given dog companions to teach them to like and trust humans? Why would Fido loving up on a deer […]

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A Denver man is being treated for pneumonic plague, a very deadly form that has the added (terrifying) bonus of being transmissible by coughing and sneezing. Investigators are investigating to see if anyone else has been infected. It all started when his dog died suddenly, and was found to have had the plague, which is […]

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Camping is great summer fun, especially as we head toward fall and hot summer days start to burn off into something a little cooler. But health and safety should still be priority one, so here are 4 things to remember: 1) Brain Eating Amoebas are still a concern. All over the south, Kansas, and even […]

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