FDA Continues To Trace 3 Separate E. Coli Outbreaks Linked To Romaine LettuceThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is continuing to investigate three separate outbreaks of E. coli linked to lettuce, one of which was first pointed out by Maryland health officials.
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HealthWatch: Lyme Disease Diagnoses Double Over Past DecadeThe number of Americans diagnosed with lyme disease more than doubled over the past decade.
HealthWatch: Drinking Increases Risk of Developing CancerHealthWatch: Drinking Increases Risk of Developing Cancer
Healthwatch: 14% Of HIV Patients Unaware Of Their StatusA look at health news headlines.
3 Safety Tips For Enjoying Those Thanksgiving LeftoversOne thing you can count on the day after Thanksgiving is a fridge packed with leftovers!
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Healthwatch: Pharmacist-Led Interventions Help Prevent Cardiovascular DiseaseA look at the latest health headlines.
Concern Over People Eating E.Coli- Contaminated Romaine Lettuce GrowWatch what type of lettuce is on your plate this Thanksgiving.
Healthwatch: Asthma Can Affect Blood Pressure In Pregnant WomenA look at the latest health headlines.
Healthwatch: Nicotine Addiction Changes Brain CellsA look at the latest health-related headlines.
Melania Trump Encourages Students To Avoid Drug AbuseThe first lady is addressing hundreds of middle and high school students attending the Baltimore Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness.
Chicken Fried Rice Sold In Maryland Recalled; May Have Plastic BitsAjinomoto Foods North America, Inc. is recalling over 172,000 pounds of chicken fried rice products that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday.
Healthwatch: Don't Shake Your Head To Get Water Out Of Your EarsA look at the latest heath news
Check Your Pantry, Fridge For These Recalled FoodsIf you're hosting Thanksgiving festivities this year, it's time to check your pantry and fridge. Federal health officials are warning people to avoid some foods due to a series of issues -- from E. coli to lack of inspection.
HealthWatch: Handle Raw Turkey Safely, Cook It ThoroughlyAs Thanksgiving nears, federal health officials urge people to cook their turkeys to 165 degrees and thaw it safely.
HealthWatch: New Form Of Lung Damage From Vaping ProductsCanadian researchers report what may be the first case of a new form of lung damage from vaping products.
HealthWatch: Challenges In Implementing State Concussion LawsHigh schools across the country report challenges implementing state concussion laws affecting student athletes.
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HealthWatch: Sports Injuries Account For 2.7 Million ER Visits Annually, Report Says2.7 million emergency room visits each year are for sports injuries, according to a report from the National Center for Health Statistics.
HealthWatch: Study Finds Kids Start Unhealthy Eating Habits At Early AgeA new study finds children in the U.S. are developing unhealthy eating habits at an early age.
HealthWatch: Research Shows Stress Can Increase Risk Of ObesityNew research shows the stress of modern life combined with disruptions to the body's internal clock may increase the risk of developing metabolic disorders.
HealthWatch: Study: Cholesterol Levels Have Improved For American AdultsA new study shows cholesterol levels have improved for American adults in recent years, particularly among those on statins.
HealthWatch: More Veterans Are Living With PTSDHealthWatch: More Veterans Are Living With PTSD