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CDC: E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce continues to spread

CDC: E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce continues to spread

Seventeen have developed a risky form of kidney failure, and one person in California has died. At the moment, it's still unclear whether the Canadians in question picked up the E.Coli in Canada or U.S, as two of the six Canadians traveled to the U.S and ate romaine lettuce there prior to getting infected.


Dementia struggle for Barbara Windsor

Dementia struggle for Barbara Windsor

Mitchell spoke to The Sun about Windsor's condition as he wanted to set the record straight amid rumours about her deteriorating health. Mitchell continued: "Since her 80th birthday last August, a definite continual confusion has set in, so it's becoming a lot more hard for us to hide".


Tick-Bite Prevention, Education with Poppy Seeds — CDC

Tick-Bite Prevention, Education with Poppy Seeds — CDC

Ticks are notorious for being small, pesky, and potential causes of Lyme disease. Now, the most contentious matter doing the rounds on the social media platform revolves around a humble poppy seed muffin . Upon closer inspection, it seems that not all of the poppy seeds on the muffin are what they appear to be. The CDC posted a tongue in cheek apology a few days later saying "Sorry we ticked some of you off".


Video Captures 11-Year-Old Escape During Carjacking

Video Captures 11-Year-Old Escape During Carjacking

The Aurora Police Department said in a statement that police responded to the BP gas station located in the 1200 block of N. Eola Road just after 6.45am on Friday. Police said the girl and her father were not hurt. The video then showed the father come back to his daughter as the two hugged. While Aurora Police search for the accomplice of that carjacking, they pass along this advice - you can't leave the auto running while you get out to pump gas! The DuPage County State's Attorney's ...


Washington Nurse Allegedly Infected and Exposed ER Patients to Hepatitis C

Washington Nurse Allegedly Infected and Exposed ER Patients to Hepatitis C

The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has established a link between the viruses both patients contracted while at the hospital, The News Tribune reported . Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Communicable Disease Control Division Director Nigel Turner seemed less certain. Prosecutors would like to see her charged with second-degree assault.


Nigeria takes measures to prevent Ebola outbreak

Nigeria takes measures to prevent Ebola outbreak

Adewole also said he presented an update on the state of public health in the country to the council. The confirmation comes after local health officials reported 21 patients showing signs of hemorrhagic fever and 17 deaths in the affected area.