7 things you should know about bats & rabies

70% of Americans who die from rabies in the US were infected by bats – CDC Vital Signs As the weather warms up in King County, adult bats come out of hibernation, baby bats are learning to fly, and humans get outdoors, which means a big increase in human-bat interactions compared to other times of year. Bats can be infected […]

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What’s in that vape? Cannabis & vaping

You’ve probably seen a lot in the news lately about the youth vaping epidemic sweeping the country. Did you know that people (including kids) also vape cannabis? And, vaping cannabis comes with many of its own health and social implications.

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New cases of measles in King County

NOTE: All exposure locations in King County, including those from previous cases in 2019, are updated at kingcounty.gov/measles/cases. Public Health – Seattle & King County is investigating a new confirmed measles case with possible public exposures. The King County resident, a teenager, visited the Auburn Community Center while infectious before receiving the diagnosis of measles. […]

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