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ATLANTA (AP) — A new federal study suggests a new wrinkle in the debate about the dangers of eating too much salt. The research found that the people who are most at risk are those who get too much salt but also get too little potassium. They...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterTrash bins overflowed with mattresses and furniture last month at a South Bend apartment complex. But anyone tempted to repurpose the loot would have been in for a nasty surprise. The bedding and furnishings were infested with bedbugs. The bugs had...
PHOENIX (AP) — Health insurer Humana Inc. says it will begin testing all Arizona job applicants for tobacco use, and those who light up won't get the gig. The company says it will test new workers for nicotine use starting Friday, using a pre-...
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say the death of an Arizona resident who recently traveled to Germany may be linked to the food-poisoning outbreak in Europe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday said the death is under...
Tags: Massachusetts, Germany, E. coli Infection, Wisconsin, Health
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are hearing from parents, health care providers and others in New Hampshire as it starts exploring whether infants should be vaccinated against meningitis, a rare but...
Tags: Vaccines, Human Body, Brain, Meningitis, Health
CHICAGO (AP) — A new study suggests that food allergies affect more children than government health officials estimate. The advocacy group-funded study in the journal Pediatrics says one in 13 children in the U.S. has some type of food allergy, and...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Human Body, Skin Rash, Symptoms, Allergies
ATLANTA (AP) — A new study shows one in four high school students drink soda every day. The national survey found that teens drink water, milk and fruit juices most often. But a quarter say they have at least one soda each day. For all sweetened...
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say 39 people have been sickened from a salmonella outbreak spread through handling baby chicks or ducklings. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the cases occurred from late February to late May...
Tags: Kentucky, Health, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont
MISHAWAKA — As temperatures flirted with the triple digits across much of the area Tuesday, people did everything they could to stay cool. At Merrifield Park in Mishawaka, people wore hats and men took their shirts off as temperatures soared....
Tags: Common Cold, Weather Warnings, Health, Salt, Weather
With temperatures expected to reach mid to upper-90's Wednesday, Michiana residents are put on-alert with a Heat Advisory. The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory is in place for most counties in the WSBT viewing area. Hot temperatures...
Tags: Common Cold, Weather Warnings, Pets, Health, Salt
DETROIT (AP) — A heath official says a Michigan resident who recently was in northern Germany is among four people in the U.S. apparently sickened by the food poisoning outbreak in Europe. Kelly Niebel, a spokeswoman for the Michigan Department...
Tags: E. coli Infection, Health, Europe, Detroit, Michigan
ATLANTA (AP) — If you think you do enough physical activity at work to keep you healthy, you're probably wrong. Health researchers say only about 6.5 percent of U.S. adults meet physical activity guidelines while they're working. And those that...
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