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Prosecutors said Wednesday they will not file charges against a University of New Mexico football player who was arrested after wearing saggy pants on a plane at San Francisco airport.
An AIDS drug already shown to help prevent spread of the virus in gay men also works for heterosexual men and women, two studies in Africa found. Experts called it a breakthrough for the continent that has suffered most from AIDS.
Two new studies found that daily pills prevented infection with the AIDS virus in heterosexual men and women in Africa, bringing new hope for someday offering a medical shield against HIV infection.
Evidence "strongly suggests" that a United Nations peacekeeping mission brought a cholera strain to Haiti that has killed thousands of people, a study by a team of epidemiologists and physicians says.
An 8-year-old girl who contracted rabies _ likely from a wild cat _ is a rare survivor of the infection without having received the life-saving vaccine, hospital officials said Sunday.
Health officials say the count of U.S. cases linked to the food poisoning outbreak in Europe has grown to five.
Sprouts may not be as healthy as you thought. Now implicated in an outbreak that has killed 31 people and sickened nearly 3,100 in Europe, they are a frequent culprit in foodborne illness.
Faced with an unprecedented E. coli outbreak, a team of German doctors is trying something equally new: an antibiotic therapy that some fear could do more harm than good.
Scientists on Thursday blamed Europe's worst recorded food-poisoning outbreak on a "super-toxic" strain of E. coli bacteria that may be brand new.