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Topic - Alabama Department Of Public Health
Health officials say beans soaked in a plastic-lined horse trough may be responsible for a Salmonella outbreak in north Alabama.
An Alabama judge ruled Thursday that a doctor who has been providing abortions in a closed Birmingham clinic is himself operating without a proper license and must stop immediately.
Alabama medical experts are puzzled by a respiratory illness that sent seven to the hospital and ultimately killed two.
Nine Alabama hospital patients who were treated with contaminated intravenous feeding bags have died and the maker has pulled the product off the market, state health officials said Tuesday.
Nine Alabama hospital patients who were treated with intravenous feeding bags contaminated with bacteria have died and the maker has pulled the product off the market, state health officials said Tuesday.