Puerto Rico Teeters On Edge Of Massive Default

CDC Warns Those Taking 'Babymoon' Vacation in the Caribbean as Zika Virus Spreads

Latin American countries are being alerted on the Zika Virus. Authorities have upgraded the travel warning to Level 2.

Chipotle E. Coli Outbreak 2015 News Updates, Causes & Everything You Need to Know

The restaurant chain opened some of its branches in Washington and Oregon.

Chipotle Re-opens 43 Stores After E. Coli Outbreak

After being cleared by health officials, the Mexican eatery announced that it plans to reopen all 43 stores.
Salad bar inside Whole Foods, Nashua, New Hampshire, August 2014.

Fatal Cheese Contamination Prompts Mass Whole Foods Recall of Chicken Salads, Pasta in United States East Coast

The recent Whole Foods listeria outbreak has caused another massive recall of food products by the organic food giant.
Bellevue Hospital

NYC Doctor Confirmed to Have Ebola Virus Disease

An American doctor has tested positive for Ebola infection in New York City. The 33-year-old physician came from Guinea and previously treated patients there.
Ebola Scare in Braintree, Massachusetts

132 People May Have Ebola Virus in USA After Flying with Patient

CDC has included in its monitoring the 132 passengers who flew with Amber Joy Vinson, the second nurse who was tested positive for the Ebola virus, from Cleveland to Dallas on October 13. Vinson was running a 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit fever during the flight.
President Obama Meets With Cabinet Members On Ebola

Ebola Virus Outbreak 2014: List of U.S. Cases in Cities & States News Update

Days after Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan died of Ebola on October 8, while being treated in the U.S., there are two more confirmed cases of the disease in the country as of October 15, 2014.
Ebola Virus

Ebola Virus in USA Confirmed: Symptoms & Treatment

Ebola reaches the U.S.: Here are some things you need to know about the virus.
Dr. Bryon Harbolt examines patient

Mystery Stomach Bug Symptoms, Treatment & Update: CDC Says Cyclospora Outbreak Leads To Over 285 People Infected In 11 States

A parasite has infected an additional 16 people, raising the stomach bug outbreak number to 285 patients in 11 states, announced the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday.

Hepatitis C: Only Half Of Infected Americans Receive Proper Testing, CDC Reports

Only half of people in the United States who have been infected with hepatitis C get properly tested for the disease, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Deadly CRE Superbug Spreads, CDC Issues Nationwide Warning

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has sent a nationwide warning about the rise of an untreated superbug that is spreading across clinics around the country.

Tuberculosis - CDC Responds to Outbreak In Downtown Los Angeles

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has deployed scientists to Los Angeles in response to a tuberculosis outbreak in the area.

CDC: Flu Vaccine 'Effectiveness' Fails for Elderly

Before every flu season, millions of flu shots are administered to the elderly taking the necessary precautions to avoid catching the virus. But the latest findings by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that vaccinations aren't helping elderly patients as much as in the past.

Drug Overdose Deaths Rise for 11th Year; Most Caused by Prescription Meds

For the eleventh consecutive year, drug overdose deaths have increased according to findings released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Flu Symptoms 2012: CDC Reports High Activity in New York, Spikes in Hospitalization and Elderly Cases

The Center for Disease Control's latest weekly Flu report notes that 5,249 confirmed cases of the flu have afflicted the nation from October 1, 2013 to January 12, 2013. U

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