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CNN
Foodborne illness may be on the rise. Here's why
CNN
(CNN) One child drank apple cider at a Connecticut farm, another a glass of juice during a road trip in Oregon; later, both were rushed to emergency rooms as they struggled for their lives. A middle-aged woman became sick more than a decade ago after ...

CBS Sacramento
Raw: Cal Expo Monorail Fire
CBS Sacramento
Athletes Prepare For Final Eppie's Great RaceThe first triathlon is coming to an end in Sacramento. Teacher Turns Family Tragedy Into Opportunity For StudentsSharing jazz with her students has brought a deeper sense of healing to Felicia Weatherly ...

Jamaica Observer
Benefits of seeing the same doctor
Jamaica Observer
WHEN you fall ill, who do you see for your health care? Do you seek the same doctor every time, or do you use a centre, office or health institution where there is a different doctor each time? If you have chronic conditions — that is illnesses which ...

Patch.com
Source For Legionnaires' Cases Narrowed Down: Health Officials
Patch.com
MCHENRY COUNTY, IL – The McHenry County Department of Health has identified a "potential common source of exposure" for six of the 12 people who contracted Legionnaires' disease while visiting, working or living in the area in recent weeks.

KSL.com
ADHD study links teens' symptoms with digital media use
KSL.com
LOS ANGELES (CNN) — The more teens check social media and stream video, the more likely they might develop symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a new study suggests. The study, published in the medical journal JAMA on Tuesday, ...

Grand Forks Herald
In Minnesota's woods, researchers take aim at ticks
Grand Forks Herald
CAMP RIPLEY, Minn. - It's a picture-perfect summer day in the woods of central Minnesota: 71 degrees, humidity around 73 percent, sunshine dappling the trees and glinting off glimpses of the Mississippi River. But as five scientists pull on white ...

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Young Americans are drinking themselves to death at a 'disturbing' rate, study says
Fort Worth Star Telegram
From 1999-2016, liver disease deaths spiked in the United States — by 65 percent, according to a study from two Universisty of Michigan professors. And young Americans who drink are bearing the brunt of that trend, say the study's authors: Elliot ...

faircolumnist.com
Cuauhtemoc Ruiz-Matus and Lucia Helena de Oliveira | HPV vaccines work
Jamaica Gleaner
The scientific evidence is compelling: Vaccines work! Their power to prevent disease has been widely proven - so much so that disability and death from diseases such as smallpox and polio are now a thing of the past. Thanks to the availability of the ...

Digital Trends
Sweating up a storm? A new health sensor will eat that up
Digital Trends
Today's wearables generally depend upon your pulse and heart rate to gauge your fitness and health. A team of scientists from Stanford is taking a closer look at another metric: sweat. Researchers from the California institution have created a flexible ...

Omaha World-Herald
Anti-anxiety pills could be next US drug epidemic, public health officials say
Omaha World-Herald
WASHINGTON — The growing use of anti-anxiety pills reminds some doctors of the early days of the opioid crisis. Considered relatively safe and non-addictive by consumers and many doctors, Xanax, Valium, Ativan and Klonopin have been prescribed to ...

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