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the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 95 percent of all
Lyme disease cases reported in 2012 were from just 13 states, most of
those concentrated in the northeast. Read more.
The medical director of Newport Hospital’s Stroke Program, answers
common questions about stroke and what being a Primary Stroke Center
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