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4 Ways You Can Cut Smog in Your TownMay 04, 2016

EPA offers practical advice, including setting air conditioning to a higher temperature

Bacteria Experiment May Point Way to Slow Zika's SpreadMay 04, 2016

Infecting mosquitoes led to lower, inactive levels of virus in their bodies, saliva

Emergency Surgery Risky Business in Poor CountriesMay 04, 2016

Study points to need to address disparities in care

Medical Errors: A Hidden KillerMay 04, 2016

Study claims they're the 3rd leading cause of U.S. deaths, but CDC doesn't track such data

Radon in the Home May Be Linked to Blood Cancers in WomenMay 03, 2016

Study found no connection with men, further research is needed

Too Many People Still Take Unneeded Antibiotics: StudyMay 03, 2016

1 in 3 prescriptions was unnecessary

Even in Taxis, Kids Belong in Safety SeatsMay 02, 2016

But study finds only 11 percent of children were properly restrained

Officials Report First Zika Death in Puerto RicoApril 29, 2016

The victim was a 70-year-old man

Heat Beats Cold for Treating Jellyfish StingsApril 29, 2016

Evidence favors hot water or hot packs to ease pain

Skateboarding Mishaps Send 176 U.S. Kids to ERs Every DayApril 27, 2016

Protective gear is essential for preventing injuries, experts say

Bed Bugs Drawn to Red and Black ColorsApril 25, 2016

Critters strongly prefer those bedroom hues to green and yellow, study found

Laser Pointers Probably Won't Damage Pilots' Eyes …April 20, 2016

… But distraction is capable of causing disaster, experts say

To Be a Safe Boater, Be a Smart BoaterApril 15, 2016

Experts offer tips on how to enjoy the water without risking injury

The ABCs of Safe BBQingApril 15, 2016

National Fire Protection Association offers tips for outdoor cooking

Fighting Back, Bedbugs Grow a Thicker SkinApril 13, 2016

It helps protect against pesticides and may explain why population is growing worldwide, scientists suggest

ER Screenings Could Help Prevent Suicide: StudyApril 11, 2016

Checking patients for risk factors should be part of routine ER care, researcher says

Most Americans Want to Learn How to Help Those Injured in DisastersApril 05, 2016

Poll found many would assist in stopping bleeding if shootings, accidents occurred

CDC Zika Summit Details Plans to Fight Mosquito-Borne IllnessApril 01, 2016

The primary concern is potential for birth defects, officials say

'Listeria on Rye'? Many U.S. Deli Meat Slicers Cut Corners on CleanlinessMarch 31, 2016

Cross-country survey by CDC finds untimely meat slicer cleaning, which could sicken you

Clues to Zika Virus' Structure May Point to WeaknessesMarch 31, 2016

Scientists say insights could further research into vaccine, treatments

Is Your Doctor Trustworthy? Past Records Tough to Find, Experts SayMarch 30, 2016

Consumer Reports survey shows patients think they should be told, but the information just isn't really public

Stay Safe in the Water This Spring BreakMarch 29, 2016

Vigilance at the beach is key, especially for young children, expert says

ER Docs Only Ask Half of Suicidal Patients About Guns, Study ShowsMarch 25, 2016

Finding points to missed chances to intervene before it's too late, researcher says

Neighborhood Rats as Depressing as Crime, Study FindsMarch 17, 2016

Research suggests rodent infestations are 'underappreciated' stressor

Be Wary of Imported Supplements: FDAMarch 09, 2016

Officials say scammers often target groups that don't speak English, have limited access to health care

Health Care Apps Often Offer Little Privacy Protection: StudyMarch 09, 2016

Many have no policies, and may share data with third parties, researchers say

Lawn Mowers Can Cause Severe Injuries to KidsMarch 03, 2016

Study found that more than half of accidents required amputation

Risk of Getting Ebola From Survivors Seems Low, Study FindsFebruary 29, 2016

However, sexual contact still carries some danger of transmission months after patient has recovered

Graphic Cigarette Warnings May Target Brain's 'Quit Centers'February 26, 2016

Areas linked to emotions, decision-making and memory are triggered, researchers suggest

Monkey Trial Offers Hope for Future Ebola Treatment for HumansFebruary 25, 2016

Antibodies from 1995 survivor protected macaques even when given five days after exposure

Sleeping Pills May Spell Trouble for Older DriversFebruary 25, 2016

Study found risk of crashes more than doubled for those over 80 who used Ambien

'Pot Tourists' Linked to Surge in Colorado ER VisitsFebruary 24, 2016

Many out-of-state users overindulge with marijuana, particularly the edible version, researcher says

Texas Hospitals Develop Rapid Test for Zika Virus DetectionFebruary 23, 2016

But it will only be available at hospitals that developed it for now, research team says

CDC Cites 14 Potential New Cases of Zika Transmitted By SexFebruary 23, 2016

Men who've recently traveled to endemic areas should abstain from sex or use a condom, agency says

Obama Asks Congress for $1.9 Billion to Battle Zika VirusFebruary 23, 2016

Money would go toward mosquito-control programs, vaccine development and tests to better spot the virus

Study Shows Just How Big a Role Cellphones Play in Car CrashesFebruary 22, 2016

In-vehicle videos highlight other distractions, such as reading, writing and touchscreen menus on dashboards

Charlie Sheen's HIV Announcement Sparked Interest in Disease: StudyFebruary 22, 2016

Internet searches surged after celebrity's disclosure that he has virus that causes AIDS

Check Newborns of Women Who Visited Zika-Prone Areas for Infection: CDCFebruary 19, 2016

Advisory is for babies of any woman who's been in such a locale within 2 weeks of delivery, CDC says

Finding Suggests Zika Virus Can Move From Mother to Child During PregnancyFebruary 18, 2016

Discovery adds to signs it might have caused thousands of Brazilian babies to be born with birth defect

Do Benefits of City Gardening Outweigh Risks?February 16, 2016

Lead and other soil contaminants aren't a concern for all vegetables, expert contends

FDA: Wait a Month to Donate Blood After Travel to Zika-Prone AreasFebruary 16, 2016

Four weeks is long enough for the virus to pass out of the body, agency says

Young People More Likely to Text While Driving If Friends Do: StudyFebruary 16, 2016

Safety campaigns should target social influences involved in distracted driving, researcher says

In Fight Against Zika Virus, Officials Consider Genetically Modified MosquitoesFebruary 16, 2016

The goal: Sterile males would mate with females that carry the germ suspected of causing birth defects

WHO: Neurological Disorder on the Rise in Zika ZonesFebruary 15, 2016

But U.N. health agency says too soon to prove link between Guillain-Barre syndrome and Zika-causing mosquitoes

5.5 Million Die Early From Air Pollution WorldwideFebruary 12, 2016

More than half of these fatalities occur in China and India, research shows

CDC Offering Zika Virus Tests for Pregnant WomenFebruary 12, 2016

Two U.S. women who contracted the virus while abroad suffered miscarriages, according to reports

CDC Reports Link Between Zika Virus and Microcephaly in BrazilFebruary 11, 2016

And two U.S. women who contracted the virus while abroad suffered miscarriages, according to reports

CDC Reports Link Between Zika Virus and MicrocephalyFebruary 11, 2016

Germ found in tissues of 2 Brazilian babies who died from the birth defect marked by undersized heads, brains

Patient-to-Doctor Spread of Bird Flu Reported in ChinaFebruary 10, 2016

But odds are slim that deadly virus will spread easily among people, experts say

Homemade 'Dewshine' Can Be DeadlyFebruary 09, 2016

2 teens have already died from toxic mix of soda and racing fuel, expert says