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  • #31
    Influenza takes two lives in Laredo (TX)




    Laredo, TX.- At least two persons died from influenza H1N1 in Laredo, Texas, affirmed famliares of victims. "Despite the fact that the Department of Health in Laredo, Texas, brings only a dead by influenza A-H1N1, a family of Laredo lost two of its members allegedly due to this disease," reported the news channel KGNS this weekend. The laredense Candy Ramos says her husband and her daughter died from the disease of influenza A subtype H1N1, also known popularly as the swine flu or "swine flu". His daughter Sasha Ramos, 26 years, she had several days of gargante pain and symptoms similar to the flu. Her husband Jose Ramos, who was recently operated, also contracted.


    http://elmanana.com.mx/noticia/18439...-informan.html

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    • #32
      Denton County reports 3rd flu-related death

      Denton County reports two flu-related deaths

      DENTON -- The Denton County Health Department confirmed two flu-related deaths in Carrollton on Monday.

      One of the deaths was a female pediatric patient with underlying health conditions who had not received a flu shot.

      The second patient was a man in his 70s who also had underlying health conditions. It is unclear whether or not he had received a flu vaccine.

      http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/Dento...238958231.html
      "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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      • #33
        Two Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Garland

        Two Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Garland

        Dallas County flu deaths climb to at least 10
        By Frank Heinz
        Monday, Jan 6, 2014 | Updated 5:43 PM CST


        The Garland Health Department says two flu-related deaths have been reported in the city.

        According to the city, both of the patients were younger than 50 and "had no known underlying health conditions that would have contributed to infection or death."

        ...more

        http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/health/Tw...238970931.html
        "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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        • #34
          Family of Nacogdoches Co. H1N1 victim: 'Carol should never have been in jail'

          NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) -

          It's been just over a week since 53-year-old Carol Moore, a Cushing man, died of h1n1. Already his family is speaking out to enlighten people of two glaring problems surrounding his death.

          ..


          http://www.ktre.com/story/24378052/f...1-victim-carol

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          • #35
            Laredo TX: H1N1 deaths of 2 family members unconfirmed by authorities

            Source: http://laredosun.us/?p=1697

            H1N1 deaths unconfirmed by authorities
            Posted By Ana on Jan 7, 2014 | 0 comments

            LAREDO, TX ? . The City of Laredo Health Department has only reported one H1N1 influenza death.

            At least two people have died from H1N1 in Laredo, Texas according to Candy Ramos.

            The news channel KGNS reported this week that a family in Laredo lost two of its members due to this disease .

            Laredoan Candy Ramos says her husband and daughter died from H1N1 influenza disease, also known as swine flu...

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            • #36
              Re: Influenza takes two lives in Laredo (TX)

              Authority confirms only one death from A-H1N1

              Laredo, TX.- If there is a case of death due to influenza in Laredo, but it is not the double death of a father of 55 years and his daughter of 26, cases which published the media, but of a man of 40, totally alien to the before mentioned. "The people identified as Jose Ramos and Sasha, They are not confirmed as a disease of swine influenza or Swine Flu, but had died by other ills, such as a heart attack on the part of the Lord, who said that his wife Jezreel from surgery, and then, four days after dying. The lady apparently, because of another chronic disorder that is still being investigated, waiting for the report from their private physicians," said Dr. Hector F. Gonz?lez, holder of the Municipal Health Department of Laredo.

              http://elmanana.com.mx/noticia/18513...por-AH1N1.html

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              • #37
                At least five San Angelo deaths blamed on flu

                At least five San Angelo deaths blamed on flu

                SAN ANGELO, Texas ? State officials are urging the public to get vaccinated for flu shots during the 2013-2014 flu season.

                Influenza can lead to a stay in the hospital or even death.

                Locally, five deaths have been attributed to influenza, according to Lyndy Stone, marketing director at Shannon Medical Center. A news conference will be held at Shannon this afternoon with Dr. Irvin Zeitler, vice president of medical affairs, with more information regarding the deaths.

                ...more

                http://www.gosanangelo.com/news/2014...ibuted-to-flu/

                Note - San Angelo is in Tom Green County
                "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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                • #38
                  Texas: Ten-Day-Old Baby Dies from H1N1 in Bell County

                  Ten-Day-Old Baby Dies from H1N1 in Bell County

                  Posted: Jan 07, 2014 4:20 PM EST
                  Updated: Jan 07, 2014 4:49 PM EST



                  (KCEN)
                  ...

                  The Bell County Health Department confirmed that a 10-day-old baby died in the first week of January from the flu at Scott & White Children's Hospital.

                  This is the second flu related death in Bell County in under a month.
                  ...
                  http://www.kcentv.com/story/24387676...in-bell-county
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                  • #39
                    TX: Four Flu-Related Deaths at Shannon Medical Center

                    Source: http://www.conchovalleyhomepage.com/...5UW_wURQYHHUow


                    Four Flu-Related Deaths at Shannon Medical Center (Tom Green Co.)
                    01/07/2014 05:15 PM

                    Four dead and one on life-support at Shannon Medical Center -- all infected with Influenza A...

                    ...Those who died from the flu were between the ages of 38 and 59 and all had a secondary illnesses, such as "COPD, diabetes, morbid obesity, all sorts of other issues," Zietler said.

                    They were all placed on respiratory support -- but it was not enough.

                    The first death at Shannon was on Christmas Day. The latest was Friday, January 3. Only one of the four dead had received the flu vaccine.

                    Typically, Shannon has about six people admitted to their hospital this time of year because of the flu. On Tuesday, they had 28...

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                    • #40
                      At least five flu related deaths confirmed in Gregg County

                      At least five flu related deaths confirmed in Gregg County

                      LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - On Tuesday, a Gregg County justice of the peace confirmed that there have been at least five flu related deaths in Gregg County so far this flu season.

                      Health officials said exact numbers for East Texas are difficult to get. One of the reasons there is no exact number may be because child flu deaths must be reported to Texas health officials, but adult flu deaths are not tracked statewide.

                      The Gregg County justice of the peace said that the five deaths he knows about are all white males, between the ages of 20 and 40, who did not get the flu shot.

                      ...more

                      http://www.kltv.com/story/24389562/a...n-gregg-county
                      "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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                      • #41
                        Young Father Dies After Flu-Like Symptoms

                        Young Father Dies After Flu-Like Symptoms

                        A San Antonio man suffering from flu-like symptoms dies less than twenty-four hours after checking into the hospital.

                        Family members of 26-year-old Juan Armando Cruz say the young father died of complications from pneumonia last Thursday.

                        Cruz had been feeling sick for several days when he went to the emergency room at Southwest General Hospital on New Year?s Day.

                        "He was so healthy, so young," said mother-in-law Victoria Ortiz. "We thought they would give him medicine and he'd come home. But it didn't happen like that."

                        http://www.foxsanantonio.com/news/fe...toms-896.shtml
                        "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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                        • #42
                          TX: Six confirmed dead in Travis County from flu

                          Source: http://www.statesman.com/news/news/l...rom-flu/ncffk/

                          Posted: 8:29 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014

                          STATESMAN FLU WATCH
                          Six confirmed dead in Travis County from flu
                          By Mary Ann Roser

                          American-Statesman Staff

                          Health authorities reported Tuesday that six Travis County residents have now died from flu-related illness, twice as many as the health department reported a week ago...

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                          • #43
                            Re: Texas: Ten-Day-Old Baby Dies from H1N1 in Bell County

                            Source: http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/I...239178451.html


                            Infant Flu Death Reported at Local Hospital
                            By: Rachel Cox - Email

                            ...Lacy Sanders, the county's disease surveillance coordinator, said the infant was female and two weeks old.

                            Sanders said the infant died at McLane Children's Hospital Scott & White in Temple sometime last week.

                            Sanders said the baby was born health, went home and went back to the doctor and was admitted into the hospital for the illness.

                            The infant tested positive for H1N1...

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                            • #44
                              Re: Young Father Dies After Flu-Like Symptoms

                              95 Fatalities in Texas
                              by
                              2014-01-07 *

                              • pH1N1 Dominant Texas Fatality by County [Excel]
                              • pH1N1 Dominant Texas Fatality by County [html/css]
                              • Distribution of pH1N1 Influenza Fatalities in Texas [map by Al]



                              * 2014-01-07 Updated Stats from Jim Oliveros

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                              • #45
                                Re: TX: At least 6 deaths from H1N1 in Hidalgo Co.

                                http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/loc...lu-5109901.php
                                Hidalgo County records six deaths from flu
                                By Aaron Nelsen : January 2, 2014 : Updated: January 2, 2014 11:28pm
                                McALLEN ? Influenza is on the rise across the state, and Hidalgo County is witnessing the deadly consequences.

                                As of Thursday, Hidalgo County Health and Human Services reported six people have died, including a 7-year-old, from the H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu.

                                ?While the deaths are certainly tragic, the number of cases falls within the average range of annual fatalities during flu season,? an HHS statement says.

                                The five adults had pre-existing medical conditions, such as morbid obesity and diabetes, that made them more vulnerable, officials said. The number of deaths from flu in the county can usually range between 11 and 137...
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