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By Vic Pasquantonio
As of January of this year, there were more than 460 e-cigarette brands available for purchase online, and around 7,700 flavors, including Swedish fish, roasted marshmallow and vanilla cupcake.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Republicans in the House voted in California Rep. Kevin McCarthy to be the next majority leader, filling a void left by Rep. Eric Cantor. Also, as many as 75 government scientists at a Centers for…
By Ariel Min
The Centers for Disease Control reported Thursday that as many as 75 scientists may have been exposed to live anthrax bacteria, a rare but serious infectious disease found naturally in soil. While nobody is actually infected, they’re being offered…
By Talia Mindich
This year’s measles outbreak in the U.S. is the largest in 20 years, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. A total of 228 confirmed cases have been reported to the CDC in the country between Jan.
A new study in the journal Neurology finds Alzheimer’s may account for many more deaths than we previously realized. While the CDC ranks the disease as the sixth-leading killer in the U.S., the new study puts the annual death toll…
FDA calls for ban on artery-clogging trans fats in processed foods…
Young People Make Up More Than a Quarter of New HIV Cases in the U.S.
More Drugs May Have Been Tainted, Linked to Meningitis Outbreak…
Experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention discuss some of the often neglected diseases worldwide and why we should be paying attention…
With the H1N1 vaccine no longer in short supply, the crowds that once lined clinics nationwide are now gone. But has the rush to get vaccinated slowed too soon? Ray Suarez reports.
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