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Report Shows States with Highest and Lowest Rates of Gun Deaths

Posted: 09/19/2014 - Hawaii has the lowest rate of gun deaths in the United States, while the District of Columbia has the highest, according to new research. The research examined all recorded gun deaths in the U.S. between 2000 and 2010.

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What's Going Around: November 25, 2013

Posted: 11/25/2013 - From strep throat to sinus infections, we're keeping an eye on what's going around. This week's we're checking in with four local doctors.

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Using Alternative Medicine & Integrative Medicine to Treat Illness

Updated: 11/20/2013 - If you've been dealing with health issues like depression or chronic pain, you've probably tried medications, doctors and maybe even surgery, but there are other options out there. As CBS19's Stephanie Satchell reports, some say it may be time to think outside of the box and try a different type of medicine like Integrative or Alternative Medicine.

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Free Clinic to Expand Dental Care, Needs Volunteers

Updated: 10/07/2013 - The Charlottesville Free Clinic is looking to meet demand and expand its dental services, but it needs some help to do it. The clinic has 600 patients on a waiting list to receive care, and its director says the need won't go down with the new insurance offerings.

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MJH and Plastic Surgeon Team Up for 'Beauty Brunch"

Updated: 07/25/2013 - Martha Jefferson Hospital and Dr. Elizabeth Chance of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery in Charlottesville are partnering to offer a Beauty Brunch on August 3. The brunch is meant to help woman put their best face forward by taking questions about skin care, sunscreen, facelifts, and more.

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Caffeine Gum Raises Concerns

Updated: 05/01/2013 - The Food and Drug Administration is investigating how added caffeine impacts kids after a new caffeine gum hits the market.

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UVa's New Way of Looking at ADHD

Posted: 04/30/2013 - The Children's Learning Clinic at UVa's Curry school of Education is offering new service for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. One such service is a wristwatch-like device which reads a child's activity levels to help detect and monitor ADHD

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Brain Injury Prevention and Protection

Posted: 03/31/2013 - A UVa. group teamed up with nine local organizations to host the first Traumatic Brain Injury Education Awareness Fair in Charlottesville on Saturday.

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What's Going Around: Respiratory Syncytial Virus(RSV)

Posted: 02/25/2013 - This week a respiratory virus known as RSV is going around. Doctor Paige Nolte of Palmyra Medical Associates says Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) can be seen in adults as well as children.

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