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If a proposed law passes, California teens under 18 will need a fake ID to "fake and bake" themselves to a golden brown.
Ultramodern Hong Kong is tussling with a centuries-old bug long forgotten in many developed countries _ an outbreak of drug-resistant scarlet fever that has killed the first children there in a decade. And with it is the rise of a mutated strain that appears to be more contagious.
Germany has reported another death in Europe's E. coli outbreak, bringing the toll to at least 44.
You're sitting in a freshly drywalled house, drinking coffee from a plastic foam cup and talking on a cellphone. Which of these is most likely to be a cancer risk?
Donors promised to give a global vaccines body more than $4 billion to help it protect millions of children from diseases like measles, pneumonia and yellow fever.
Germany's national disease control center says another person has died in the European E. coli outbreak and 160 more people have been reported ill, but that the rate of new sicknesses is continuing to decline.
An expert at the World Health Organization said Tuesday that time is running out for German investigators to find the source of the world's deadliest E. coli outbreak, which has spread fear across Europe and cost farmers millions in exports.
Outside health experts and German lawmakers roundly criticized Germany on Tuesday for a bungled investigation into the world's deadliest E. coli outbreak, saying the infections should have been spotted much sooner.
Health experts say time is running out for German investigators to find the source of the world's deadliest E. coli outbreak, and some have been surprised _ even shocked _ at lapses in the German investigation.