Water-borne diseases in Washington recreational waters infect people each year. Recent trends show that up to three outbreaks are reported annually with cases of only a couple people to hundreds, according to the Washington Department of Health.
Washington State health officials are alarmed at the lack of data on kids hoping to start school in the fall. With recent whooping cough and measles outbreaks, there's a serious risk to kids, they say. Here's what it means:
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