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Washington Post
First death reported from E. coli-contaminated romaine lettuce as outbreak spreads
Washington Post
The nationwide food poisoning outbreak from E. coli-contaminated romaine lettuce has claimed its first fatality, an unidentified person in California, and the infections have sickened a total of 121 people in 25 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease ...

New York Times
Teaching Activities for: 'Tick and Mosquito Infections Spreading Rapidly, CDC Finds'
New York Times
Before reading the article: Watch this Reuters TV video up to 1:27 minutes. What insects and bugs are shown up close in the video? What does the video recommend to prevent insect and bug bites this summer? Now, read the article, “Tick and Mosquito ...

CNN
Canadian oysters sicken dozens in California, officials say
CNN
(CNN) California health officials are warning residents not to eat oysters from British Columbia, Canada, following a norovirus outbreak. About 100 people got sick in California after they consumed the raw oysters, health officials said. "As of April ...

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Dead at Age 28, Ascendance Biomedical CEO Remembered for Pushing Boundaries
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Aaron Traywick, the CEO of Ascendance Biomedical, was remembered for his motivation to succeed, and his desire to develop new treatments by pushing the boundaries of biotech R&D, following his death Sunday at a Washington D.C. spa. Traywick, 28, was ...

CNN
Group of rare eye cancer cases baffles experts
KTBS
A group of patients with a rare type of eye cancer called ocular melanoma has researchers and epidemiologists stumped. The cancer, which normally occurs in about six in every 1 million individuals, has been identified in more than 50 individuals around ...

Phys.Org
No sperm or egg required: mouse proto-embryo made in the lab
Phys.Org
Scientists have for the first time created embryo-like structures in the lab from stem cells, without recourse to eggs or sperm, they reported Wednesday. In experiments, bundles of mouse stems cells—one type corresponding to the placenta, another to ...

WKYT
Second case of hepatitis A reported at eastern Kentucky restaurant in less than a month
WKYT
ASHLAND, Ky. (WSAZ) - Another case of hepatitis A has been reported in a food preparation worker at the Texas Roadhouse restaurant, the Ashland-Boyd County Health Department reports. The worker was diagnosed Monday. Another case involving a food ...

cleveland.com
Gov. John Kasich proposes new opioid rules for chronic pain patients
cleveland.com
Gov. John Kasich and Dr. Mark Hurst, medical director of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, announced new rules for physicians working with chronic pain patients.( Jackie Borchardt, cleveland.com ). Comment. By Jackie ...

BBC News
Breast screening error angers survivor and family of deceased
BBC News
A breast cancer survivor and a man whose wife died from the disease have reacted angrily to revelations that an NHS computer error led to 450,000 people missing screening tests. Patricia Minchin said her "traumatic journey" could have been "avoided ...

Washington Post
Eyes watering? Throat itching? Can't breathe? Yep — pollen topped 2000 Tuesday.
Washington Post
It's spring in Washington, when the oak and maple trees are exploding with catkins, and there's a yellow haze in the air. Your eyes are red and puffy, and although you keep trying to convince your co-workers that, no, you're not crying, they're still ...

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