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Why You Don’t Need to Be Afraid of Ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is a major international health crisis, but here at home in the U.S. you don't really have much to worry about. Here's why.

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Specialists from St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula Set to Travel Abroad to Help Fight Ebola

The recent Ebola outbreak has just hit the United States and the virus has called for help from specialists all across the world, including Montana.

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Bighorn Sheep Killed, Mingled With Domestic Sheep

State game wardens killed three wild bighorn sheep that mingled with domestic sheep near Missoula to prevent them from spreading disease to other wild bighorns.

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Montana Aims to Reduce Elk From Spreading Disease

Montana Fish and Wildlife commissioners seeking to reduce the spread of disease to cattle will allow landowners to fence out and kill elk in the spring.

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Decimated Whitetail and Mule Deer Populations Lead to Proposed Hunting Restrictions [AUDIO]

The Montana Fish and Wildlife and Parks Commission met in Helena on Thursday, December 12 and spent most of the morning discussing the devastation of the state's whitetail and mule deer population.

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Hemorrhagic Disease Killing Wyo., Mont., Deer

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A disease is killing dozens of white-tailed deer in Wyoming and Montana.

Wildlife officials say the disease causes internal bleeding and is either epizootic hemorrhagic disease or bluetongue

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Bozeman Woman Dies of Hantavirus

State health officials say a 20-year-old Bozeman woman recently died of hantavirus while a Carbon County man in his 40s has been diagnosed with the disease.

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Montana Health Department Warns of Norovirus, Outbreaks Double in 2013

Norovirus outbreaks have skyrocketed in Montana. The virus, which causes violent bouts of vomiting, stomach pain and diarrhea will typically strike once or twice a month, but it's off to a fast start this year with twenty outbreaks in less than twenty weeks.

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Pertussis on the Rise in Montana, Outbreak in Flathead Area Schools

Even after an outbreak earlier this spring, pertussis (also known as whooping cough) may be on the rise again in Montana. Flathead county is currently struggling to contain an outbreak in five school districts.

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West Nile Virus Discovered in Montana

A Custer county man who went to his health provider after fever-like symptoms has been diagnosed by the Department of Health and Human Services with West Nile Virus.

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