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Jimmy Dean sends out voluntary recall

Jimmy Dean issues voluntary recall

CDC guidance to travelers as influenza season nears

Reports in the news media of airline passengers with influenza are a reminder that the influenza season in the United States is fast approaching, and people who are sick should protect themselves—and others—by not traveling.

Newborn syphilis cases more than double in four years, reaching 20-year high

Cases were reported in 37 states – primarily Western and Southern states.

CDC: U.S. fertility rates at an all-time low

American's birthrates are on the decline.

Trump administration awards $293 million to expand primary health care workforce

The federal government looks to expand more opportunities to help train health care workers.

Dr. David Herren joins Harbin Clinic Eye Center

Harbin Clinic welcomes Ophthalmologist David Herren, M.D., to its medical team. Dr. Herren joins the practice of Robert Harbin, M.D., and Paul Harton, M.D., PharmD., located at 550 Redmond Road in Rome. Dr. Herren, a Rome native, graduated from Rome High School. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA, where he was a member of the Varsity Cross Country team.

CDC: 1 in 4 US adults live with a disability

Cognitive disability most common in younger adults; mobility disability most common for others.

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry to meet with the public today...

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) announced this morning that they will be holding a public session this afternoon to discuss...

Doctors help save Rome man’s life twice in one month

When Greg Rayburn, owner of Rayburn Electric Company in Rome, Ga, went to the hospital for a routine diagnostic procedure, he had no idea the health crises he was about to face. Thanks to the work of Harbin Clinic physicians, despite a heart attack and a severe brain bleed, he is about to celebrate a year of health and recovery.

New downtown wings restaurant J.R. Crickets fails health inspection

One of Floyd County's newest eating establishments is off to a bad start with the health department, failing its latest health inspection with a score of 55 (grade U). Restaurant J.R. Crickets located at 201 Broad Street recently opened, serving a variety of food including wings, ribs, wraps, along with drinks.