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Medical Spotlight

An in depth look at our area's premier medical facilities!

 

Monday thru Friday's @ 7:45am, 12:30pm,4:45pm

 

* Iosco County Medical Care Facility.

* Tawas St. Joseph Health System.

* Sherman Glen Asst. Living, Nat. City.

* Michigan Blood

* Hospice Advantage, West Branch.

* Tawas Village, East Tawas.

* Heartland Home Health Care & Hospice

* Hear USA, Tawas City & West Branch

* Tendercare Health ReHab Center

* Hospice Angelic Care, Tawas

* Bortz Health Care, Rose City & W.B.

* Intelicare Health Services, Standish

* Sunrise Side Home Health Care Agy,  

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US Ebola Patient Identified, May Have Exposed School-Aged Children to Disease

US Ebola Patient Identified, May Have Exposed School-Aged Children to Disease

Will Montgomery(DALLAS) -- Five school-aged children in Texas may have been exposed to Ebola by the first patient diagnosed with the virus in the United States, officials said Wednesday.

The children had contact with the patient and are being monitored at home, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday in a press conference.

"Let me assure you, these children have been identified and are being monitor...

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US Confirms Eight More Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

US Confirms Eight More Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

maryTR/iStockphoto/Thinkstock(BAGHDAD, Iraq) -- U.S. Central Command confirmed eight more airstrikes conducted in Iraq and Syria by U.S. military forces and those of a partner nation.

According to a release, three strikes were conducted in Syria between Tuesday and Wednesday, using fighter jets and remotely piloted aircraft. These strikes took place near the city of Kobani and destroyed an armed...

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Obama's Social Media Strategy Against ISIS Falling Short, Experts Say

Obama's Social Media Strategy Against ISIS Falling Short, Experts Say

Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(WASHINGTON) -- The Obama administrations new drive to battle the ideology of ISIS using social media is falling short of expectations and its potential because the White House was late to the game, disregarded the work of the previous administration, and hasnt properly funded the effort, some experts and government officials say.

A major part of the new...

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Another Day of Losses on Wall Street Amidst Ebola Fears

Another Day of Losses on Wall Street Amidst Ebola Fears

vichie81/iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A rough week on Wall Street continued Wednesday as all three major indices posted losses for the third consecutive day.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped a staggering 238.19 to finished at 16,804.71.

The Nasdaq fell 71.3 to 4,422.09, while the SP 500 slipped 26.13 to a close of 1,946.16.

Experts point to Ebola fears, including the diagnosis of t...

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"Angry Birds" Movie Cast Announced

"Angry Birds" Movie Cast Announced

Rovio(NEW YORK) -- The cast of the Angry Birds movie was announced on Wednesday, with a little bit of a Saturday Night Live feel, as former stars Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph and Bill Hader will be in the film, alongside Frozen's Josh Gad and Game of Thrones fan-favorite Peter Dinklage.

The animated 3-D film is scheduled for release in July 2016. The cast also includes comic actors like Danny Mc...

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Texas Ebola Patient Thomas Duncan Prayed With Family on Phone

Texas Ebola Patient Thomas Duncan Prayed With Family on Phone

Creatas/Thinkstock(DALLAS) -- The patient who became the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States has been identified as a former chauffeur from Liberia who prayed with family members by phone on Wednesday.

The patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, is being treated at an isolation unit at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.

Duncan, who is in his mid-30s, spoke on the phone with f...

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