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NBC New York
Coyote Killed in NY Had Rabies, 2nd Remains at Large, Police Warn
NBC New York
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Houston daycare teacher loses foot after contracting flesh eating bacteria
A beloved Houston daycare teacher is readjusting to a new life after his foot was amputated due to a flesh-eating bacteria. Raul Reyes, 26, went to a clinic for a blister on his foot where he learned it was actually a flesh-eating bacteria. He was then ...

What To Do About Hepatitis A In A Kentucky Kroger Grocery Store
If you bought any produce from the Kroger store at 4915 Dixie Highway in Louisville from February 4th to the 28th, toss them in the garbage immediately. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg. This past 6 to 8 months have not been good for Hepatitis A ...

Fox News
New Mexico boy, 9, with flu-like symptoms diagnosed with rodent-carried Hantavirus
Fox News
Fernando Hernandez, 9, was placed on life support at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora after being diagnosed with Hantavirus. (George Hernandez). George Hernandez hadn't heard of "Hantavirus" until his 9-year-old son, Fernando, was diagnosed with ...

Salmonella Found In Kratom Samples As Multi-State Outbreak Expands
A screen capture of before the site went down following a CDC announcement that the company was one of two whose kratom products are believed to have sickened patients with Salmonella bacteria. Two days after a CDC spokesperson told me that ...

The Independent
Three people killed by contaminated melons in Australian listeria outbreak
The Independent
Three people have died and 12 others have fallen ill in Australia after eating melons contaminated with listeria bacteria. The outbreak of the infection was first spotted last month and is being linked to a farm in Nericon, New South Wales. Two of the ...

The Jerusalem Post
Different Smiles Can Elicit Distinct Bodily Reactions
Smiles are not created equally. Some are expressions of warmth and joy, while others can be mean and domineering. A new study shows that our bodies react differently depending on the message a smile is meant to send. Research led by Jared Martin, a ...

The Straits Times
Kenyan doctor performs brain surgery on wrong patient
The Straits Times
NAIROBI • A Kenyan neurosurgeon and his medical team opened a patient's skull last month to remove a blood clot in the brain and made a startling discovery: There was no clot. Kenya's Daily Nation reported that staff at Kenyatta National Hospital in ...
Boosting Steroid Dose May Not Reduce Kids' Asthma Flare-Ups
SATURDAY, March 3, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Temporarily boosting the dose of inhaled steroids may not do much to reduce the frequency of severe asthma flare-ups in children, according to two new studies. Short-term increases in inhaled steroids might ...

Flu remains widespread in Arizona as fewer cases reported
PHOENIX (AP) — The flu remains widespread in Arizona even as the number of laboratory-confirmed cases continues to drop during what is a particularly bad flu season. The state Department of Health's latest report says 649 cases were reported statewide ...

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