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Medical Monday: January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Health expert talks with 41NBC's Karlisha Booze about cervical cancer.
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Flu activity on the rise in Georgia

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Flu activity is on the rise in Georgia. In the beginning of December, the state saw outbreaks of flu or...
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Boil Water Advisory for parts of East Macon

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Water has been restored to about 200 customers who didn't have water in East Macon. According to a news release from...
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River Edge Behavioral Health Center educates public on mental illness

The first week in October is Mental Illness Awareness Week. Health experts say it's an important health condition everyone should be aware of.
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Houston Medical Center shows off 3-D Mammogram Technology

You can get a breast exam at any hospital around, but getting one in 3-D for women in Warner Robins is an option only Houston Medical Center provides.
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Doctors in Houston County warn against ‘Percocet’ fakes

Another outbreak of fake prescription pills this time in Houston County has police looking into the substance that sent several people to the hospital.
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Department of Health addresses doctors urging Navicent McDonald’s removal

Macon-Bibb County Department of Health Board members met today to hear from health professionals who say the McDonald's inside Navicent needs to go.
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‘Timer Cap’ product aims to put a dent in drug overdoses

A product on the shelves of drug stores across America could help put a dent in the number of deaths by overdose. You may have seen the Timer Cap before in stores like a CVS or Rite Aid.

Georgia public health agency gets new leader after CDC pick

ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia's public health agency has a new leader after the former commissioner was named the director of the Centers for Disease...
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Lawmakers, Parents stepping forward to confront rampant opioid crisis

Medical professionals, parents, and legislators met at the Georgia State Capitol on Friday to discuss a nationwide epidemic they say has gone on too long. Tears filled the room as parents struggled to tell the stories of their children--who'd fallen victim to the rampant opioid crisis.

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