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The bacterium that has killed more than a dozen Europeans, sickened nearly 2,000 more and raised international alarms would be legal if it were found on meat or poultry in the United States. If the bacterium were to contaminate fruits or vegetables...
Dr. Bernard Raxlen arrived at Manhattan's glamorous Gotham Hall on a cool autumn night in 2008 to receive a humanitarian award. With a lime-green Lyme disease advocacy ribbon pinned to his dapper black suit, Raxlen joined partygoers sipping martinis...
A doctor nationally known for treating autism with a drug sometimes used to chemically castrate sex offenders has been suspended from practicing medicine in his home state of Maryland after state officials determined he is putting children at risk. Dr....
Kaiser Health NewsMy ZIP code is a black hole for individual health insurance. That's what I recently discovered when I tried to find the coverage I want at an affordable price. What hubris I had. My story started in 2009, when my position as a journalism professor at...
Fox59Damage to the parking garage canopy at Indianapolis International Airport is worse than first determined to airport officials. Inspectors from BirdAir, the contractor in charge of construction of the canopy on top of the airport's five-story parking...
A federally backed watchdog group says it has identified at least five more deaths involving poor care at a troubled Chicago nursing facility for disabled children and young adults, as well as a pattern of the home destroying evidence of medication...
The Hartford CourantA chemical leak in a lab at St. Mary's Hospital has been contained, a hospital spokeswoman said. The substance is used as a dye or stain for lab tests, said Jennifer Clement. Hospital staff was working with the fire department, she said. The material...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — Federal officials said today that lab testing found the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal’s electric dispersal barriers, aimed at keeping Asian carp out of Lake Michigan, were effective for fish 5.4 inches or longer. However,...
TAINTED BEEF: Beef distributed in Iowa by a Kansas meat packing plant has been recalled because tests detected E. coli bacteriaStaff WriterA southern Kansas packing plant has recalled more than 7 tons of ground beef products after lab tests detected E. coli. Creekstone Farms Premium Beef confirmed Wednesday that it had recalled 14,148 pounds of ground beef. The company says the tainted...
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KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA meat packing plant in Cowley County has recalled more than 7 tons of ground beef products after lab tests detected E. coli. The Arkansas City Traveler says Creekstone Farms Premium Beef confirmed Wednesday that it had recalled 14,148 pounds of ground...
Tags: Pennsylvania, Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Georgia, Ohio
(AP) - Agriculture technology firms and South Dakota producers are refuting claims by a Purdue scientist that Roundup Ready technology could be responsible for a microscopic pathogen "that appears to significantly impact the health of plants, animals...
(AP) — Agriculture technology firms and South Dakota producers are trying to refute claims by a Purdue scientist that Roundup Ready technology could be responsible for a microscopic pathogen "that appears to significantly impact the health of...
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