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MEXICO FARM LINKED TO ILLNESSES RESUMES OPERATIONS

MEXICO FARM LINKED TO ILLNESSES RESUMES OPERATIONS

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Food and Drug Administration says a Mexico farm linked to an outbreak of severe stomach illnesses in two states can resume operations because no food safety ...

SOME SIGNS POLICE LOOK FOR IN PSYCHIATRIC CRISES

SOME SIGNS POLICE LOOK FOR IN PSYCHIATRIC CRISES

Police officers who receive crisis intervention training are taught how to recognize when someone with serious mental illness might be having a psychiatric crisis. Considering t...

GIRL DECLARED BRAIN DEAD MOVED FROM HOSPITAL

GIRL DECLARED BRAIN DEAD MOVED FROM HOSPITAL

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Acting with a court order, the family of a 13-year-old California girl declared brain dead after a tonsillectomy has had her taken from a California hosp...

New Illinois laws support diabetes research, reporting

New Illinois laws support diabetes research, reporting

   CHICAGO (AP) - A pair of new Illinois laws will fund diabetes research and track economic costs of the disease.    Gov. Pat Quinn signed the bills Thursday at a conference orga...

GENE FLAWS COMMON IN BLACKS WITH BREAST CANCER

GENE FLAWS COMMON IN BLACKS WITH BREAST CANCER

CHICAGO (AP) -- Gene flaws that raise the risk of breast cancer are surprisingly common in black women with the disease, according to the first comprehensive testing in this racial...

Bacteria found in breast milk sold on Internet

Bacteria found in breast milk sold on Internet

   CHICAGO (AP) - Doctors are sending a warning to new mothers who feed their babies with breast milk purchased online.    A new study says testing shows the breast milk can conta...

OBESE CANCER PATIENTS OFTEN SHORTED ON CHEMO DOSES

OBESE CANCER PATIENTS OFTEN SHORTED ON CHEMO DOSES

Obese people are less likely to survive cancer, and one reason may be a surprising inequality: The overweight are undertreated. Doctors often short them on chemotherapy by not b...

HOSPITALS SEE SURGE OF SUPERBUG-FIGHTING PRODUCTS

HOSPITALS SEE SURGE OF SUPERBUG-FIGHTING PRODUCTS

NEW YORK (AP) -- They sweep. They swab. They sterilize. And still the germs persist. In U.S. hospitals, an estimated 1 in 20 patients pick up infections they didn't have when th...

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