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CDC investigates outbreak of Listeria tied to deli meats and cheeses – WTHR

CDC investigates outbreak of Listeria tied to deli meats and cheeses – WTHR

Published: Apr 18th, 2019 - 8:40pm (EDT)Updated: Apr 19th, 2019 - 3:33am (EDT)WASHINGTON (WTHR) — The Centers for Disease Control are investigating a multi-state outbreak of listeria connected to deli-sliced meats and cheeses.The agency said Wednesday there have been eight reported cases of listeria in four states, including New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, with…
Losartan recall expands for fourth time, targeting dozens more products – WAFF

Losartan recall expands for fourth time, targeting dozens more products – WAFF

By Jonathan Raymond | April 18, 2019 at 7:38 PM CDT - Updated April 18 at 8:08 PM (Gray News) – A recall for medication used to treat high blood pressure has expanded for a fourth time, targeting more variants of generic losartan produced by Torrent Pharmaceuticals. A recall of Torrent losartan products was originally…
Orange County baby dies from whooping cough – KABC-TV

Orange County baby dies from whooping cough – KABC-TV

An Orange County baby died from whooping cough, the first confirmed infant death from the disease since 2018, health officials announced Thursday. The California Department of Public Health did not release additional information on the circumstances surrounding the child's death. The CDPH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends pregnant women receive the…
Changes coming for deer hunters as Chronic Wasting Disease continues in the state – WLBT

Changes coming for deer hunters as Chronic Wasting Disease continues in the state –...

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Chronic Wasting Disease among deer is sparking concerns for hunters. Next week, the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks will host a public meeting to talk about proposed changes for the 2019–2020 deer hunting season. “It created a lot of fear in my customers. They are worried that the disease was…
Rabid fox attacks New Jersey woman, daughter uses ax, shovel to kill it: report – Fox News

Rabid fox attacks New Jersey woman, daughter uses ax, shovel to kill it: report...

A woman was bitten twice by a rabid gray fox in New Jersey on Saturday afternoon, prompting her daughter to use an ax and a shovel to try to kill the animal, according to Animal Control officials.The woman, who lives on a farm in Blairstown, N.J., had gone outside to feed her cats when she was attacked, according…
Some Google Employees Are Worried For Their Families Following A Measles Case On Campus – BuzzFeed News

Some Google Employees Are Worried For Their Families Following A Measles Case On Campus...

SAN FRANCISCO — Some Google employees are alarmed they weren’t told sooner that a colleague with measles had walked around buildings at their Silicon Valley headquarters — including a campus restaurant — two weeks ago, according to internal forum posts seen by BuzzFeed News.Many are discussing how to protect themselves and their families and to…
Scientists Actively Working Towards Zombie Apocalypse By Restoring Brain Function in Dead Pigs – IGN

Scientists Actively Working Towards Zombie Apocalypse By Restoring Brain Function in Dead Pigs –...

It's time to prepare for the Zombie A-Pork-Alypse. By Adam Bankhurst Scientists have "somewhat revived" brains of dead pigs following them being killed in a slaughterhouse, although they are "careful to say that none of the brains regained the kind of organized electrical activity associated with consciousness or awareness." As reported by NPR, the experiment…
Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats turns deadly – CBS News

Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats turns deadly – CBS News

A Listeria outbreak linked to sliced deli meat has sickened eight people and led to one death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Three cases occurred in Pennsylvania, two in New York, two in Michigan, and one in New Jersey. All eight people have been hospitalized. The death occurred in Michigan.An investigation…
U researcher identifies virus as cause of paralysis in Minn. children – Star Tribune

U researcher identifies virus as cause of paralysis in Minn. children – Star Tribune

A virus appears to be the cause behind a rash of polio-like illnesses that struck Minnesota last fall, causing paralyzing symptoms in several children, including one girl who lost all motor function and remains hospitalized. Researchers from Minnesota and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday that they found Enterovirus-D68 in the…
Listeria outbreak linked to deli kills 1, sickens 8 – WPVI-TV

Listeria outbreak linked to deli kills 1, sickens 8 – WPVI-TV

A listeria outbreak has hospitalized at least eight people across the U.S. and left one person dead. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says listeria infections have been reported in New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York State. The CDC says people who fell ill ate different types of deli products, including meats and…

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