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The Sentara nurse, a Virginia Beach resident whose name has not been released, recently had returned from a trip to Puerto Rico and began feeling slightly ill Tuesday, said Dr. Gary Yates, Sentara Healthcare’s vice president for clinical effectiveness.
NORFOLK – A nurse who worked at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital died early Friday morning of a bacterial infection that can cause meningitis, hospital officials have announced. Incidents occurring in the City of Norfolk should be reported to the Environmental Health Division of the Norfolk Department of Public Health at 757-683-2712 or Norfolk Animal Control at 757-664-7387.
Friday, April 11, 10:00 am – 11:30 am, Friedgen Family Student Lounge. She worked with the University of Maryland Prevention Research Center to research the effect of HIV on minorities, an experience that helped her secure a position at the Anne Arundel County Department of Health.
According to research from Purdue University and University of Kentucky, mice that were given a diet which included watermelon juice received considerable benefits when compared to the control group. Dr. Edward C. Oldfield of Eastern Virginia Medical School says Norfolk’s funding offer would dismantle EVMS’ AIDS-treatment network.