More than 1 million Americans each year become sick with salmonella infection. Most people get sick from eating foods contaminated with salmonella bacteria including fresh [...]
A better, more effective flu vaccine is a matter of when — not if — says Dr. Gregory Poland, director of Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research [...]
THIS WEEK'S TOP TOPICSTraveler's diarrhea Going on vacation this summer? The wrong dietary choices can ruin your trip. Knowing what to eat and drink — and [...]
Hepatitis Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver, usually caused by specific viruses. In the U.S., the most common forms are hepatitis A, hepatitis [...]
An upset stomach can be a result of many things. When symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea and fever, chances are it's a viral infection.
"A viral gastroenteritis, [...]
A resurgence in measles infections in the U.S., Europe and other locations may be a result of increased vaccine hesitancy over safety concerns. Dr. Gregory [...]
THIS WEEK'S TOP TOPICSSunburn: First aid Did you know that you can get sunburned on cloudy days — not just when it's sunny? And, once sunburn [...]
A species of tick originating from Asia is spreading quickly across the Western Hemisphere, and it's drawing concern from U.S. health officials — not only [...]
Outbreaks of salmonella infections are being linked to contact with an increase in backyard chickens, ducks and other poultry, according to the Centers for Disease [...]
The lone star tick (Amblyomma americanum) is common in southern, central and eastern parts of the country, and is now reported to have reached parts [...]
THIS WEEK'S TOP TOPICSHeat and exercise: Keeping cool in hot weather Exercising in hot weather puts extra stress on your body. If you don't take care [...]
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