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Fox News
Husband says wife would be alive if doctors had diagnosed flesh-eating bacteria infection earlier
Fox News
An Indianapolis woman died Saturday after she contracted a flesh-eating bacteria during a vacation in Florida, but her husband believes she would still be alive today if doctors had diagnosed her earlier. Carol Martin traveled to Clearwater, Fla., for ...

WPLG Local 10
More people sickened as salmonella outbreak traced to eggs grows
WPLG Local 10
(CNN) - A salmonella outbreak that led to the massive recall of 207 million eggs has worsened -- with 35 people reported ill in several states, federal health officials said. The number of illnesses is a dozen more since the initial recall notice was ...

WebMD
Consumer Reports Ranks Top Sunscreens for 2018
WebMD
May 11, 2018 -- Despite concerns about chemical sunscreens, they protect you better from the sun than “natural” sunscreens, Consumer Reports' latest sunscreen report finds. No natural sunscreen -- products made with titanium dioxide, zinc oxide or both ...

WebMD
Depression Striking More Young People Than Ever
WebMD
By Robert Preidt. HealthDay Reporter. FRIDAY, May 11, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Americans are fast becoming a very depressed lot. New research shows there's been a sharp spike in cases of major depression in the United States in recent years, ...

WPXI Pittsburgh
Man donates blood weekly for 60 years, saves lives of 2.4 million babies
WPXI Pittsburgh
SYDNEY - An Australian man who has spent most of his life donating blood is retiring. James Harrison has donated blood nearly every week for 60 years. He's made 1,100 donations, saving the lives of more than 2.4 million Australian babies, according to ...

BGR
Solider gets new ear after doctors grow one on her own arm
BGR
When Shamika Burrage survived a devastating car crash two years ago, she didn't come out entirely unscathed. The 21-year-old, who is a private in the US Army, lost her left ear in the accident, but thanks to some innovative work by Army plastic ...

STLtoday.com
A mom with terminal cancer sees her son graduate in a special hospital ceremony
STLtoday.com
Like many parents, Stephanie Northcott dreamed of the day she would get to see her son Dalton walk across the stage to receive his high school diploma. That dream took on an urgency when she was diagnosed with a rare cancer in 2015 and given 10 ...

New York Times
Ebola Erupts Again in Africa, Only Now There's a Vaccine
New York Times
Ebola has erupted again in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the country's ninth outbreak since the virus was discovered there in 1976, and world health officials are moving unusually swiftly to contain the outbreak. Two days after a laboratory ...

Boston Herald
Quincy day care where student had typhoid may reopen next week
Boston Herald
A Quincy day care will remain closed on Monday after a student was diagnosed with typhoid fever earlier this week, the day care operator said, but may open later in the week. “We may bring in some substitute teaching staff for the children,” said ...

Tampabay.com
Romaine lettuce illnesses are now in Florida. What does it mean for Tampa Bay?
Tampabay.com
Caesar salad fans, you're not going to like this. Eating romaine lettuce has been a no-no for about two months, when a string of related food poisonings emerged around the country. Until now, Florida has been mostly unaffected. But an update Wednesday ...

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