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Human metapneumovirus infections spiked this spring across the United States. HMPV, a little-known virus, usually causes mild cold-like symptoms, and can affect people of all ages. There is currently … more
A report from the CDC revealed that 40% of food poisoning cases, from a study of 25 local or state-reported cases, came from food service employees working while sick. more
Since hitting the market in October, FDA-approved over-the-counter hearing aids have become an attractive option to millions of older Americans. more
DCR awards $372,000 in funding to organizations under the SWIM program  more
Soft and flexible electronics are bringing artificial “skin” closer than ever to reality. more
Soft and flexible electronics are bringing artificial “skin” closer than ever to reality. more
Soft and flexible electronics are bringing artificial “skin” closer than ever to reality. more
FARGO — The newest jewel in the crown of the Red River Zoo is open after years of planning and effort. The new “Pride of the Prairie” exhibit is officially open to the public. It highlights … more
Cabinet Office serves notice on inquiry chair at 4pm, the deadline she had set for it to hand over filesMinisters have launched an unprecedented high court attempt to avoid handing over Boris … more
California lawmakers voted to advance more than a dozen fentanyl bills this past week. Those are among several hundred measures lawmakers voted on ahead of a deadline for a bill to get out of its … more
A new study suggests racial bias built into a common medical test for lung function is likely leading to fewer Black patients getting care for breathing problems. more
Toni Says reader Joey received a $2,000 bill from his new cardiologist, and Medicare says it will not pay. more
The Rhode Island Cannabis Licensing Portal also allows existing cardholders to renew their registration. more
The sudden closure of a group of medical centers based out of Quincy is turning heads at top levels of state government, with the Healey administration saying they are “concerned” by Compass … more
National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) planned to discontinue its "helpline" for those seeking assistance with eating disorders and replace it with a chatbot. more
Atrium Health broke ground Wednesday on its newest hospital, Atrium Health Lake Norman. more
An alert has gone out to Sonoma County residents after a rash of fentanyl overdose deaths in just one week. more
Chicago health officials urge vaccinations after more than 30 cases were reported in Chicago since April. more
The Northampton Department of Public Health announced that a young fox tested positive for rabies. more
Kids throughout Tampa Bay will now receive enhanced coordinated care and increased access to specialists that will improve outcomes and ultimately save lives – thanks to an ambitious, data-driven … more
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