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Health officials close popular spa after ‘vampire facial’ HIV risk

Officials in Albuquerque, New Mexico, have shut down the VIP Spa, located at 809 Tijeras Avenue, after serious health code violations. At issue is the spa offering a procedure called Vampire Facials. ... read more

Has the "Vampire Facial" Officially Gone Too Far?

the New Mexico Department of Health has recommended that anyone who has gotten the facial at VIP Spa in Albuquerque, NM, get tested for HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C immediately. This comes after ... read more

Blasting work will close Route 77 near Globe

The incident underscored the risk ... after they found her dead in her apartment. Health officials are recommending that clients who have received a "vampire facial" or any other type of injection-rel... read more

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Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV

New Mexico health officials are warning clients who got a vampire facial at an Albuquerque spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis, after one person got an infection ... you could potentially increase ... read more


'Vampire Facials' Exposed New Mexico Patients To HIV, Hepatitis

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Customers of a New Mexico spa who got a "vampire facial" — we'll get to what that is momentarily — should be tested for HIV and hepatitis B and C, state health officials warned after ... read more

Spa’s ‘vampire facial’ May Have Exposed Clients to HIV

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Health officials are recommending that clients who have received a “vampire facial” or any other type of injection-related service at an Albuquerque spa get tested for HIV and othe... read more

King County sees sharp rise in HIV cases linked to needle use

SEATTLE -- Health officials in King County are warning the public after they noticed a sharp rise in HIV cases among people who were initially thought to be at low-risk. Public Health officials said t... read more

Greensboro health officials hold free HIV testing event

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- HIV testing remains one of the key elements to getting early and more effective treatment, according to a press release. On Saturday, Greensboro public health officials held an HIV ... read more

Health officials warn of possible hepatitis A exposure at downtown Indy restaurant

Health officials say customers at a downtown Indianapolis restaurant ... Anyone with questions about their risk of possible exposure should call the Marion County Public Health Department at (317) 221 ... read more



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