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NEW YORK (AP) — Want to super-size that soda? Sorry, but in New York City you could be out of luck.
ATLANTA (AP) — A new salmonella outbreak that sickened nearly 100 people has been traced to mail-order chicks from Ohio, health officials said Thursday.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Morehouse School of Medicine is creating what is being called the first endowed chair on sexuality and religion at a U.S. medical school.
CDC warns anyone handling live poultry to wash hands thoroughly to avoid infection
NEW YORK (AP) — Many scientists are working on treatments to help people with spinal cord injuries walk. Now there's a striking new demonstration of how one approach might work: Spinal nerve stimulation helped rats in a Swiss lab overcome paralysis to walk and climb stairs.
Knowing where the germs are is the first step to dodging sickness at work.
ATLANTA (AP) — Those cute mail-order chicks that wind up in children's Easter baskets and backyard farms have been linked to more than 300 cases of salmonella in the U.S. — mostly in youngsters — since 2004.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers that a counterfeit version of the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder drug Adderall is being sold over the Internet.
MARKS, Miss. (AP) — With her hair in a ponytail and her smile quick and wide, it's hard to tell that high school junior Donyell Hollins has been pulling all-nighters for most of the semester to take care of her infant daughter.