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Soldier with Two New Arms: "It Feels Amazing"

 

Army Times
Written byPatricia Kimes

During a press conference at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Tuesday, retired Army Sgt. Brendan Marrocco absentmindedly reached up and scratched his cheek.

The movement seemed second nature to the 26-year-old, but to those in attendance, it was a miracle.

Interactive: Find a Flu Shot Near You

Enter your zipcode below to find a flu shot in your area.

The flu has hit 47 states, including Georgia.

Marathon Run Presented by Museum of Aviation Foundation

Marathon Run Presented by Museum of Aviation Foundation

Last day to register is January 18 for chip timing.

Central Georgia Fights Flu Season


It's an early flu season for Georgia, and possibly a severe one.

13WMAZ found out from one parent what she's doing to keep her child safe and well.

We also talked with a Macon pediatrician who says this flu season has kept him busy. Watch the video.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Today is my first day in the office for 2013. I intentionally took time off over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays to step back from work, enjoy my family and clear my head. Now I’m back and ready to hit the ground running! How about you?

 

In the past I’ve never been much of a believer in writing down my goals or making them for that matter. It all seemed a little woo-woo and out there. However in 2012 I worked with a wonderful organizer and business coach Paris Love (www.parisloveinstitute.com) who convinced me of the importance of setting goals.

FDA Issues Warning Over Hepatitis C Drug

FDA Issues Warning Over Hepatitis C Drug

 

Army Times

by Patricia Kime

The Food and Drug Administration is warning patients receiving treatment for hepatitis C with a triple drug regimen using Incevik, or telepriver, to be aware of a potentially dangerous, even fatal skin reaction.

Time Running Out for Veterans' Fertility Bill

Time Running Out for Veterans' Fertility Bill

 

Air Force Times by Rick Maze

The clock is running on a $568 million Senate bill that would expand infertility treatment for veterans, including vitro fertilization treatments at an estimated cost of $15,000 per user.

If the bill doesn’t pass the Senate and House by year’s end, it will vanish on Jan. 3 when a new session of Congress convenes. Legislation left hanging from a previous Congress dies when the new session begins.