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Topic - U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention
A western Pennsylvania artist has designed a Barbie-like doll that is normally proportioned, and his efforts to get the project to market are paying off.
Evansville Courier & Press. March 2, 2014.
As an infant, Bo Martin cooed and cried and grabbed for his feet just like other babies.
Look behind an epidemic and there's a good chance you'll find Dr. Robert Haley crunching numbers to find the causes and cures.
Highly contagious norovirus was to blame for an outbreak on a cruise ship that sickened nearly 700 in one of the worst such incidents in 20 years, federal health investigators said Friday.
Kim Waite was especially disappointed to fall ill while treating herself to a Caribbean cruise after completing cancer treatment. The London woman thought she was the only sick one as her husband wheeled her to the infirmary - until the elevator doors opened to reveal hundreds of people vomiting into bags, buckets or on the floor, whatever was closest.
A cruise ship on which hundreds of passengers and crew members fell ill was returning to port Wednesday in New Jersey, with health officials recommending those still showing symptoms to check in at hotels or seek medical care before heading home.
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship headed back to its home port in the U.S. on Monday after hundreds of passengers and crew members fell ill with vomiting and diarrhea during what was supposed to be a 10-day getaway in the sun.
Legislation for federal funding to help protect student athletes from concussions got the National Football League's backing Monday in the shadow of the stadium where the Super Bowl will be played this weekend.
The Royal Caribbean cruise line on Sunday ended a ship's 10-day trip in the Caribbean early after hundreds of passengers and crew members were sickened with a gastrointestinal illness.
New Hampshire has scored well overall in 10 areas of prevention, such as food safety and reporting infections, but it has room for improvement, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 281 passengers have fallen ill aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
Chicago health officials are launching an initiative to encourage adolescents to get recommended shots for a sexually transmitted virus that can cause cervical cancer.
The company responsible for the chemical spill in West Virginia moved its chemicals to a nearby plant that has already been cited for safety violations, including a backup containment wall with holes in it.
A mosquito-borne virus appears to be spreading quickly in the Caribbean during the winter tourism season just weeks after epidemiologists first found local transmission occurring in the French dependency of St. Martin.