North Korea said Friday six people died and nearly 190,000 are under quarantine following a rapid spread of fever across the nation in recent weeks, a day after it first acknowledged a COVID-19 outbreak in a largely unvaccinated population.
Guerin Emig and Bill Haisten also discuss the runaway train that is college sports: Will college football and men's basketball break away from the NCAA since they are the revenue generators?
In this episode, Guerin Emig and Bill Haisten discuss why Phil Mickelson registering for the PGA Championship does not necessarily mean the defending champ will play at Tulsa's Southern Hills next month. Plus, OSU's quarterback depth includes "three guys that can really throw it," but OU's is "a little disconcerting."
Dear Doctors: When my family tried to visit my parents at their assisted living facility, we were turned away at the door. I thought COVID-19 was going to be the reason, but we were told it was because of a norovirus outbreak. What is that? Is it really so contagious?
Health news from the last week: The World Health Organization says at least one death has been reported in connection with a mysterious liver disease outbreak affecting children in Europe and the United States; and more news.
The World Health Organization says at least one death has been reported in connection with a mysterious liver disease outbreak affecting children in Europe and the United States. The U.N. health agency said late Saturday that it has so far received reports of at least 169 cases of “acute hepatitis of unknown origin” from a dozen countries. The cases were reported in children aged one month to 16 years old, and 17 of those who fell ill required liver transplants. WHO did not say in which country the death occurred. The first cases were recorded in Britain, where 114 children have been sickened. Experts say the cases may be linked to a virus commonly associated with colds but further research is ongoing.
Was it cathartic for Lincoln Riley to pen a Players' Tribune on why he left OU for USC football? Plus, Guerin Emig and Bill Haisten look ahead to next month's PGA Championship at Tulsa's Southern Hills, and this weekend's OU and OSU spring football games.
The past month was the most active March for tornadic activity on record on a national scale.
Gundy visits Alabama on Friday
In this week's podcast, Guerin Emig and Bill Haisten ask: Will Tiger Woods return to Tulsa's Southern Hills for the PGA Championship next month? Will Phil Mickelson?
April 4, 2022 video. Cowboys head coach also gave an update on the team in spring practice so far. Video courtesy/OSU Athletics
“We didn’t want to take a chance on spreading it,” coach Mike Gundy said.
Studies are slowly shedding light on how, and why the response from Covid-19 differs in children from adults. Veuer’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Things seem to be looking up as the US crosses into year three of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the coronavirus can surprise even the smartest public health experts, and the world certainly isn't out of the woods yet.
Dear Readers: Reptiles and amphibians are cold-blooded poikilotherms, which means they have little ability to cope with sudden changes in temperature and humidity. We humans and other warm-blooded homeothermic animals can cope better with these changes. Now, due to changes in climate and environment, stressed poikilotherms are being decimated by fungal infections that are indicative of their impaired immune systems.
'Star Trek: Picard' has shut down production after more than 50 cast and crew members tested positive for COVID-19 on return from the festive break.
Paper work: Legislators requested more than 3,000 bills and joint resolutions for the second session of the 58th Legislature, which begins Feb…
As of Sunday night, a total of 61 tornadoes had been reported with Friday night's outbreak in Kentucky, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio and Mississippi, according to the Storm Prediction Center in Norman.
The phone at the new public health lab in Stillwater rang and rang, and nobody answered. The call? A bunch of Oklahomans got sick with salmonella but were mistakenly counted in two other states.
A new report highlights the largest increase in children not vaccinated for measles in two decades happened in 2020, which has compounded concerns for an Oklahoma pediatrician.
Dr. Jennifer Clark said hospitals could encounter another “nightmare winter” if influenza hits hard: “Given the fact that we did not have a flu season last year, we’re at risk for having the classic twindemic they’ve been talking about."
The CDC is advising consumers to avoid purchasing certain onions due to a salmonella outbreak reported in 38 states and Puerto Rico.
Sand Springs Animal Welfare and other metro-area shelters are trying to help out as Tulsa's city shelter battles a distemper outbreak.