From the WTOC newsroom:
It's officially National Influenza Vaccination Week. Health officials are trying to make sure everyone gets vaccinated against H1N1, but the demand for the once highly sought-after vaccine has dwindled around the country.
Michelle Paynter found out why folks aren't lining up to get their shot and why experts say the worst of H1N1 flu season may not be over.
Some parents in Hardeeville are upset after they claim their daughter had a seizure on a school bus and nothing was done to help her. Brooke Kelley has been following this story and she'll have all the details.
Walmart and Claire's have pulled children's jewelry from their stores that may contain cadmium, a toxic chemical that found during an investigation of Chinese manufactured products.
Lynda Figueredo explains why doctors and parents are concerned about children being exposed to this toxic metal.
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