Sep 3, 2009

U.S. Short Swine Flu Vaccine For Flu Season Start

U.S. Short Swine Flu Vaccine For Flu Season Start

The Obama administration will not be able to deliver enough swine flu vaccine for millions of Americans by the beginning of flu season in mid-October.

Sep 3, 2009

CDC: Swine Flu Infections Could Rise 40%

CDC: Swine Flu Infections Could Rise 40%

The Center for Disease Control is warning Americans that the number of swine flu infections in the U.S. could rise 40% over the next two years if no working vaccine is found.

Sep 3, 2009

Swine Flu Shots Need Guinea Pigs

Swine Flu Shots Need Guinea Pigs

Volunteer for trial vaccine and you may survive coming virus juggernaut

Sep 3, 2009

Swine Flu More Severe Than Seasonal Flu: Study

Swine Flu More Severe Than Seasonal Flu: Study

The way swine flu multiplies in the respiratory system is more severe than ordinary winter flu, a new study in animals finds.

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Central Park Robber Puts Men in Chokeholds: NYPD

Central Park Robber Puts Men in Chokeholds: NYPD

Police are looking for a man they say robbed two men walking in Central Park late at night this week, putting both in chokeholds before stealing the bags they were carrying.

Man Killed in Boat Explosion at NY Marina

Man Killed in Boat Explosion at NY Marina

A 75-year-old man was killed Wednesday when a boat exploded in a Long Island marina, Nassau police said.

Rabid Raccoon Found in Brooklyn

Rabid Raccoon Found in Brooklyn

Health officials are warning residents in a Brooklyn neighborhood that a raccoon found there recently tested positive for rabies and it may have infected feral cats and kittens before it died.

Palestinian Flag Unfurled From Manhattan Bridge

Palestinian Flag Unfurled From Manhattan Bridge

Police say they're investigating after activists unfurled a giant Palestinian flag from the Manhattan Bridge for a short time Wednesday afternoon during a march in support for those in Gaza.

Ebola Patient Dr. Kent Brantly to Leave Hospital Today

Ebola Patient Dr. Kent Brantly to Leave Hospital Today

The American doctor who became infected with the Ebola virus while serving as a missionary in Africa will be released from an Atlanta hospital later today, the hospital announced early Thursday. Dr. Kent Brantly

Some Staten Island Businesses to Close for Garner March

Some Staten Island Businesses to Close for Garner March

Some Staten Island businesses say they'll close shop during this weekend's march for Eric Garner.