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Florida restaurant employee found with Hepatitis A as epidemic grows.

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A new study suggests pushups could be a useful tool for routine doctor visits.

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A single source for the contaminated turkey has not been identified.

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"We are in an unknown territory situation," infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm said of Chronic wasting disease.

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Researchers have converted plastic bags into carbon chips for batteries, possibly offering a way to put discarded plastic bags to good use.

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Thousands of bugs, bacteria, and fungi live in your home. You may think most live in your toilet, but it isn't the dirtiest place in your home.

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NEW FLU TREATMENT: The FDA has approved a new treatment for the flu, but one Huntsville Hospital doctor says the drug is expensive and may not be as effective for severe cases of flu.

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Most of those who died were children, according to the World Health Organisation.

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A Wasilla-based seafood distributor is recalling 6.5-ounce cans of smoked salmon which may contain botulism toxin.

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Researchers suggest bursts of high intensity workouts, like sprinting, are more effective for weight loss.

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In Georgia between Feb. 2 and Feb. 9, the number of people with flu-like symptoms who visited a doctor jumped from 5 percent to 6.3 percent.

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The flu vaccine is protecting about half of the people who received it this season, and most people who do become sick have a milder strain of influenza.

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Health officials say a bat found inside a Hayward mall last Tuesday tested positive for rabies.

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On Wednesday, the wife of White House Communications Director Bill Shine sent out a tweet in which she decried CNN for mentioning a measles outbreak:

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This is the third rabid animal reported in Allegheny County in 2019.

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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society says at least 900,000 Americans have multiple sclerosis (MS) — easily double the long-accepted figure of 400,000.

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