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Raccoon tests positive for rabies

Updated: 07/30/2011 - A raccoon that was sent off to the Georgia Public Health Laboratory has tested positive for rabies. The location of the raccoon was on Kipling Rd. & Boy Scout Rd. area, near A. Brian Merry Elementary School.

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One man undergoes surgery to lose weight, save his life

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Updated: 07/25/2011 - Michael Hortenstine nearly lost his life to his uphill battle with weight. His doctors told him he had 24 months to live. After reviewing his options, his family settled on the Lap Band system.

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More heat means less mosquitoes in Myrtle Beach


Posted: 07/22/2011 - A week ago an Horry County storm water worker was bitten 17 times in one minute at Socastee High School. When workers went back this week, no mosquitoes were found.

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Aiken County woman exposed to rabies by bat

Updated: 07/20/2011 - Sue Ferguson of DHEC's Bureau of Environmental Health said the woman thought she was picking up a leaf out of a swimming pool but it turned out to be a bat that then bit her on the finger.

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Doctors Hospital Burn Center receives designation

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Updated: 07/13/2011 - This designation makes the burn center part of the Georgia Trauma Care Network, a group of hospitals and medical centers statewide with the resources to care for the most traumatically injured patients.

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