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The end is near: Flu has 'definitely peaked' for the 2017-18 season
(CNN) Flu has been shown the door in the United States. Illness activity peaked and began to decline during the eighth week of the year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's weekly surveillance report indicated Friday. Just 5% of people ...

WLWT Cincinnati
Kentucky Kroger Store Employee Diagnosed With Hepatitis A
U.S. News & World Report
Kroger says an employee at one of its Louisville, Kentucky-area stores has been diagnosed with hepatitis A virus and customers who shopped in the store's produce section last month may be at risk of exposure. March 2, 2018, at 8:28 p.m.. Kentucky ...

The San Diego Union-Tribune
Kratom-related salmonella outbreak reaches San Diego County
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Kratom capsules are displayed in Albany, N.Y. U.S. health authorities say kratom, a herbal supplement promoted as an alternative pain remedy, contains the same chemicals found in opioids, the addictive family of drugs at the center of a national drug ...

CBS News
Kaiser Health News report questions safety of ASCs : 5 things to know
Becker's Hospital Review
Ambulatory surgery centers are often considered low-cost alternatives to expensive in-hospital care, but a new report from Kaiser Health News and USA Today raises questions about the safety of ASCs and the regulations that govern their practices. Here ...

Los Angeles Times
What you can learn about marriage and migration from a 13-million member family tree
Los Angeles Times
This family tree includes 6,000 people spanning seven generations. Marriages are represented in red. (Columbia University). It's not the biggest family tree in the world, but it's close. Armchair genealogists and a team of computers scientists have ...

New York Post
Doctors in Kenya perform brain surgery on wrong patient
New York Post
Doctors in Kenya didn't exactly use their noggins when they performed a brain surgery on the wrong man, according to a report Friday. In the mind-numbing screw-up, medical workers at the Nairobi hospital accidentally switched identification tags on two ...

BBC News
Diabetes is actually five separate diseases, research suggests
BBC News
Scientists say diabetes is five separate diseases, and treatment could be tailored to each form. Diabetes - or uncontrolled blood sugar levels - is normally split into type 1 and type 2. But researchers in Sweden and Finland think the more complicated ...
Eating nuts can improve colon cancer survival rates, researchers find
Do you enjoy snacking on nuts? The food could help fight colon cancer, according to a new report. >> Read more trending news. Researchers from Yale University recently conducted a study, published in Journal of Clinical Oncology, to determine if nut ...

The Hindu
Three Australians Die, More Sick in Listeria Outbreak Tied to Melons
U.S. News & World Report
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Three people have died and 12 others have fallen ill in a national listeria outbreak linked to contaminated rockmelons, and more cases are expected, Australian health authorities said. The outbreak is linked to the melons, also ...

CBS Denver
9 Rabid Skunks Found In Denver; Low-Cost Pet Vaccinations Available
CBS Denver
DENVER (CBS4) – Nine rabid skunks have been found in Denver in the past month, officials announced Friday. Denver Animal Protection is urging residents to ensure their pets are vaccinated — and offering low-cost rabies vaccinations. The rabid skunks ...

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