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Raw Tuna Suspected as Source of Salmonella Outbreak: CDC May 22, 2015

At least 53 people in nine states have fallen ill, while 10 have been hospitalized, agency reports

Cold Weather a Bigger Killer Than Heat, Study Finds May 21, 2015

But moderate, not extreme, temperatures more deadly, researchers say

Mow With Safety in Mind May 02, 2015

Expert offers tips on avoiding injury when cutting the grass

Colorado Dog Key to U.S. Plague Outbreak, Study Confirms April 30, 2015

Health officials detail rare, multiple-case infection

Company to Destroy 265 Tons of Ice Cream Over Listeria Concerns April 29, 2015

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams says amount would fill 15 tractor trailers; move will cost more than $2.5 million

Microneedle Patch Might Boost Global Measles Vaccination Rates April 28, 2015

It's designed to be easier to use, safer, more portable than syringes, researchers report

2nd U.S. Ice Cream Maker Pulls All Products After Listeria Threat April 24, 2015

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams joins Blue Bell Creameries after test showing contamination

Bird Flu Poses Little Threat to People: CDC April 22, 2015

Genetic analysis indicates public shouldn't be alarmed, 'cautiously optimistic' health officials say

Ice Cream Maker Pulls All Products After Listeria Outbreak April 21, 2015

Blue Bell Creameries said new tests showing contamination prompted move

3.8 Million Chickens To Be Killed After Bird Flu Outbreak at Iowa Farm April 21, 2015

Experts stress this strain poses little risk to humans

Ebola Vaccine Trial Begins in Sierra Leone: CDC April 14, 2015

Roughly 6,000 health workers will get shots in country hit hard by current outbreak

Ebola Virus Evolving, But Isn't Getting Deadlier, Study Says April 14, 2015

Results suggest treatments developed in this outbreak will remain effective

Recalls of Ice Cream, Hummus Spur Listeria Warnings April 10, 2015

CDC recommends safe handling, storage of foods

Smartphones Could Be Early Warning System for Earthquakes April 10, 2015

Technology could detect problems and alert people in developing countries

Researchers Create One-Dose Ebola Vaccine April 08, 2015

Animal tests are promising, but more work needed before human trials

Higher Alcohol Taxes May Lead to Fewer Drunk-Driving Deaths: Study April 06, 2015

Researchers believe thousands of fatalities could be avoided each year

Texting Bans Tied to Drop in Car Crash Injuries April 03, 2015

Hospitalizations from auto accidents down 7 percent in states with restrictions

Travelers Bringing Drug-Resistant Bacteria to United States April 02, 2015

Strain of Shigella is easily transmitted and causes tough-to-treat diarrhea, CDC says

2014 Saw Only 3 Shark Attack Deaths Worldwide March 27, 2015

But nonfatal attacks are up slightly around the world, researchers find

CDC Launches New Round of Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads March 26, 2015

Former smokers harmed by tobacco tell their stories

Kitchen Towels Can Make You Sick March 26, 2015

Researchers find cellphones a potential source of cross-contamination, too

New Ebola Vaccine Shows Promise in Human Trials March 25, 2015

It appeared to provoke good immune response in Chinese study, but larger trials are needed

School Dismissal a Dangerous Time for Kids Getting Hit By Cars March 24, 2015

Study authors and expert say better supervision, less smartphone use might cut the risk

Traffic Deaths Increase in Spring Break Hot Spots March 20, 2015

No similar rise seen in areas of same states that aren't considered spring break destinations

Decline in U.S. Tuberculosis Rates Slows: CDC March 19, 2015

Latest statistics reported as health officials work to contain outbreak at Kansas high school

American With Ebola Now in Critical Condition March 16, 2015

CDC monitoring other health care workers who may have had contact with the patient

Low Vaccination Rates Likely Behind Disney Measles Outbreak: Study March 16, 2015

Disease may continue to spread unless more people get shots to protect against infection, experts warn

Mountain Dwellers in Argentina Have Adapted to High Arsenic Levels March 13, 2015

Gene change allows some people in Andean region to metabolize the toxic chemical, study says

Other Americans in Sierra Leone May Have Been Exposed to New U.S. Ebola Patient: CDC March 13, 2015

Agency said it is monitoring health workers, making contingency plans to fly them home

Ebola Outbreak Disrupted Routine Medical Care in West Africa March 12, 2015

Many childhood vaccinations missed, putting hundreds of thousands at risk for measles, other diseases, study says

More Americans Support Vaccines: <i>HealthDay/Harris Poll</i> March 12, 2015

Measles outbreak likely driving the trend, experts say, but critics of the shots remain

Bird Flu Spreads Across China, Posing Threat to People: Report March 11, 2015

Second outbreak, with 318 human infections and 100 deaths, twice as big as first outbreak

6 in 10 Americans Interested in Genetic Testing, Survey Finds March 11, 2015

But researchers wonder if everyone is adept at accurately interpreting test results

Air Pollution Linked to Increased Stroke Risk, Study Says March 06, 2015

Narrowed neck arteries more common in areas with higher levels of fine particulate matter

Freshwater Algae Can Infect Wounds, Study Shows March 05, 2015

Two cases appear linked to a species in U.S. lakes, but researchers believe overall risk is very low

Seniors Bear Brunt of This Flu Season March 05, 2015

CDC says 60 percent of hospitalizations, 79 percent of deaths were among those 65 or older

Hepatitis C Infections in Hospitals Show Need for Tight Infection Control Practices February 27, 2015

In both cases, there were breaches in safety rules, CDC reports

ER Physician Raises Concerns About Powdered Caffeine February 27, 2015

One teaspoon of substance equivalent to about 25 cups of coffee

Seasonal Flu Vaccine Even Less Effective Than Thought: CDC February 27, 2015

And nasal version appears to provide no protection at all for young children

U.S. Ebola Survivor Dr. Craig Spencer Gives His Side of the Story February 26, 2015

Former volunteer in fight against West African outbreak felt vilified by media, politicians

U.S. Pedestrian Death Rate Leveling Off, But Still Too High February 26, 2015

Governors' safety group reports more than 2,100 killed in early 2014

U.S. Officials Pinpoint Common Sources of Foodborne Illnesses February 24, 2015

Almost 2 million Americans fall ill each year, report notes

Most HIV Infections Come From Undiagnosed or Untreated People: Study February 23, 2015

Findings suggest there's a long way to go in containing spread of the disease

CDC Says New Tick-Borne Virus May Have Killed Kansas Man February 20, 2015

'Bourbon virus' tied to previously healthy man's death within 11 days of symptoms, agency reports

More Americans Dying From Hypothermia, CDC Says February 19, 2015

Doctor offers tips to avoid dangerous drops in body temperatures during cold winter months

Healthy Eating Up Worldwide, But Unhealthy Eating Up Even More: Study February 19, 2015

U.S. had one of the lowest-quality diets because of high consumption of bad foods

Beware the Bitter Cold February 13, 2015

Expert gives tips on avoiding dangerous drops in body temperature, or hypothermia

Flu Sending Record Numbers of Elderly to the Hospital: CDC February 13, 2015

But the worst seems to be over as season continues to wind down, officials say

Pollution Exposure Peaks at Stop Lights, Study Finds February 13, 2015

Air levels of tiny toxic particles were 29 times higher than when car was moving in traffic

Driving Soon After Stroke May Be Risky, Studies Suggest February 11, 2015

Recent survivors more likely to make errors and have collisions in simulated tests

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