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New Study Highlights the Impact of E-Cigarettes on Oral Health

Study says vapors from an e-cigarette can cause cells to release inflammatory proteins.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Various types of e-cigarettes Over recent years there have been a vast number of news stories and medical reports coming out that show the importance of good oral health.

The health of your teeth, gums, and mouth, can be linked to everything from diabetes to heart attack, making it more essential than ever that people focus on how to keep their mouths healthy.

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Mumps Outbreak Investigation After Four Confirmed Cases in Marion County

Those with mumps should not go to school, work, public places or social activities.

(SALEM, Ore.) - mumps Marion County Health Department is investigating an outbreak of mumps. Since October 3, there have been 12 suspect mumps cases reported.

Mumps is a disease caused by a virus. The virus is spread when a person who has mumps coughs or sneezes. Signs of illness include fever, headache, muscles aches, tiredness, and swelling under the ears or jaws.

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Overcoming the Adult ADHD and Anxiety Epidemic Through Four Lifestyle Changes

Stress is a major trigger of anxiety in adults

(SALEM, Ore.) - relax To state that there's an anxiety epidemic among modern adults sounds like fear-mongering; however, the fact remains that nearly five percent of the general public lives with ADHD and anxiety.

Thankfully, there are proactive steps you can take to get your life in order, regardless of whether or not you're seeking professional treatment or think that you might be impacted by such conditions yourself.

Read Full Article (Nov-17-2016 16:10)

Water Positioned as a Top Challenge in Fight Against Climate Change at COP22

World Water Council emphasizes the need to create synergies as pillars for water security and to do justice to the African continent

(MARRAKESH, Kingdom of Morocco) - COP22 Following the inauguration of the first Global Climate Action Day for Water in the history of the UNFCCC, the World Water Council, through the voice of Honorary President Loïc Fauchon, presents today the outcomes of those discussions held during 9 November’s “Water Day.”

Climate Action Champion, Minister Hakima El Haite and Ambassador Laurence Tubiana, receives the key recommendations with great interest in the presence of other ministers and high-level participants during the “High Level Panel on Accelerating Climate Action”.

Read Full Article (Nov-08-2016 13:53)

What can be done about America`s obesity problem?

The single biggest contributor is an unhealthy diet, but several major factors contribute to this.

(SALEM, Ore.) - weight loss In 2011 the developed world hit a strange turning point. It was the year when there were more obese people in the world than underweight individuals.

After so long spent battling starvation, which remains a serious danger in some places, this might seem like good news, but it’s not.

Read Full Article (Nov-02-2016 10:00)

World Tsunami Awareness Day Urges Preparedness and Familiarity with Evacuation Routes

The 2016 theme is "Effective Education and Evacuation Drills."

(SALEM, Ore.) - tsunami day Much attention has recently been focused on preparing for a high-magnitude Cascadia earthquake. But tsunamis are a significant after-effect of high-magnitude quakes.

Although they are rare, tsunamis can be extremely deadly. In December 2015, the United Nations General Assembly Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) designated Nov. 5 as World Tsunami Awareness Day. This year marks the first observance in the U.S., and around the globe.

Read Full Article (Sep-20-2016 15:06)

Help the Environment by Starting at Home

Cut back on your carbon footprint while simultaneously reducing your monthly bills.

(SALEM, Ore.) - honeybee The world is in an interesting position nowadays. Due to advancements in technology and the level of connection made possible by the internet more and more people are aware of the impact of the human race on the planet.

Though there are those that want to pretend as if this is not a problem, most sensible people can easily see that action must be taken in order to keep the planet thriving for the survival of the human species.

Read Full Article (Aug-22-2016 19:18)

The City of Salem Continues Burn Ban During Red Flag Conditions

Questions? Call the City of Salem Fire Department at 503-588-6245.

(SALEM, Ore.) - burn ban With the extended weather forecast continuing to call for high temperatures and gusty winds, the City of Salem will continue to ban open burning until further notice.

All outdoor burning, including ceremonial and recreational fires, will continue to be prohibited within the City of Salem. This ban is based on weather conditions and community fire safety needs. The ban will remain in effect through this week.

Read Full Article (Aug-18-2016 16:11)

Oregon Fire Marshall Urges Vigilance During Dangerously Dry Days

A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the majority of NW Oregon

(SALEM, Ore.) - wildfire With Oregon's hottest temperatures, gusty winds and low humidity occurring throughout the next few days, Oregon State Fire Marshal Jim Walker is urging all residents to take the utmost care and thorough caution to prevent wildfires.

"A majority of this year's wildfires have been human caused," says State Fire Marshal Jim Walker.

Read Full Article (Aug-18-2016 15:43)

Local Red Cross Sends Eight Responders to Help With California Wildfires

Eight Red Cross disaster responders from Oregon and Southwest Washington deploy to California to help people affected by massive wildfires; Eighteen others still on the ground in Louisiana helping flood relief effort.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - red cross sign Explosive brush fires have ripped through more than 30,000 acres in San Bernardino County. More than 86,000 people have been forced to leave their homes. An unknown number of homes could be destroyed, and there is no containment in sight.

Two Red Cross shelters provided refuge to 173 individuals affected by the Blue Cut Fire.

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