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General Mills Expand Flour Recall as More E. coli Cases Surface

General Mills Expand Flour Recall as More E. coli Cases Surface

On Monday, General Mills expanded its flour recall further, as U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that four more people from two different states, namely Minnesota and Wisconsin have developed E. coli which has been connected to the flour.

Initially, the company had recalled 10 million pounds of flour in June and had said it was "out of an abundance of caution" because it might be linked to the outbreak.

Study finds decline in cardiovascular disease in the United States

Study finds decline in cardiovascular disease in the United StatesA new research study has claimed that the cardiovascular disease has been gradually declining in most parts of the United States.

Scientists to study probable link between Zika virus and anerve condition

Scientists to study probable link between Zika virus and anerve condition

A team of scientists in South America are aiming to determine if there is any link between mosquito-borne Zika virus and a rare nerve condition that can cause paralysis and leave victims on life-support.

The dangerous Zika virus is already linked to a rash of microcephaly that causes birth defects in babies, who are born with unusually small heads. The healthcare workers in Brazil, Colombia and El Salvador have advised women in those countries to avoid the risk by postponing pregnancies. The researchers are yet to determine how the virus may affect infants.

Rehab for age-related loss of vision reduces depression risk

Rehab for age-related loss of vision reduces depression riskThere is a related danger of melancholy in individuals who experience misfortune of vision because of conditions, for example, age-related macular degeneration. New research recommends that a specific sort of restoration help called conduct actuation could now lessen this danger by half.

Tough mudder racers infected after ingesting muddy water

Tough mudder racers infected after ingesting muddy waterAs per a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), researchers say that so many recent cases of fever, vomiting and acute diarrhoea were a result of C. Coli infections which the patients got infected with while going through a muddy obstacle course at a Tough Mudder competition in Nevada.

Need to Curb Inappropriate Use of Antibiotics in Hospitals: CDC

AntibioticsA federal study has come up with shocking revelations on overuse of antibiotics. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said doctors in some hospitals have been prescribing up to three times as many antibiotics as doctors in other hospitals.

2012 Witnessed Rise in Births Outside Hospital

BirthsAfter a minor decline in the 1990s, out-of-hospital births have witnessed a rise since 2004. A rise of 56% has been witnessed in the pattern of giving births outside the hospital, said the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention.

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