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Updated: 02/09/2018 - A cup of coffee could soon come with a cancer warning in California where mediation is starting Thursday as part of a highly-charged lawsuit.

Updated: 02/08/2018 - As the flu outbreak continues to grip the nation, a healthcare company has named Georgia as the sickest state in the U.S.

Updated: 02/02/2018 - The Georgia Department of Public Health has confirmed three flu-related deaths in the state's South Health District.

Updated: 02/02/2018 - Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare said they saw so many people coming into the emergency room on Tuesday, they created a secondary waiting room that's typically used by EMS.

Updated: 02/01/2018 - The Mental Health Council thinks the new results have to do with the high number of students in the area.

Updated: 01/30/2018 - The Georgia Department of Public Health has cited 25 flu related deaths so far this season, and it could be getting worse.

Updated: 01/29/2018 - The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner says preliminary autopsy findings show Influenza B killed a 12-year-old boy.

Posted: 01/26/2018 - A glass of water may seem harmless enough, but communities around the country are increasingly faced with a concerning reality: contaminants are turning up in their drinking water – and getting them out may be a lot harder than you think.

Updated: 01/26/2018 - Devastation in Puerto Rico is now creating a shortage of important medical supplies in the United States.

Updated: 01/26/2018 - The Florida Department of Health says in its weekly flu report that influenza activity in the state is high and continues to increase.