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  • A doctor administers a dose of the monkeypox vaccine.
    Hollie Adams
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    Less than a month after the World Health Organization said Monkeypox is no longer a global public health emergency, the CDC is reporting an increase in cases. And Oregon officials are urging folks in that state to get vaccinated before a possible summer surge in cases. And the CDC says at least one study could show mutations of Monkeypox that are drug-resistant.
  •  St. Luke’s Children’s Mobile Care Clinic.
    Photo courtesy of St. Luke's
    Here in Idaho not every family has easy access to a doctor. This can create a gap, leaving children without regular medical care. That's why St. Luke's has stocked a mobile care clinic with everything it needs to hit the road and bring the health professionals to the kids that need them most.