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FRANKTON — Much like when his children get sick, when one of Brian Shuter’s cows fall ill to a bacterial infection, he seeks out the best anti…


The Fourth of July holiday usually reminds me that half of the growing season is pretty much gone. After panicking for a moment or two, it is …

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We live in a dirty world. Wherever we go, we are among microbes. Bacteria, fungi and viruses live on our phones, bus seats, door handles and park benches. We pass these tiny organisms to each other when we share a handshake or a seat on the plane.


Having a new baby is a delightful and happy time for most families. However, many are not aware that there is a life-threatening disease that …