The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once again issued a warning to pet owners on Friday that recent cases of Salmonella have been linked to pet hedgehogs.
The findings come just three months after another report published by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics confirmed that fentanyl, a highly-potent painkiller that can shut down breathing in under a minute, is now the deadliest drug in America.
Austin city leaders, worried about injuries for both users and pedestrians, asked the CDC to investigate scooter-related crashes and injuries. The first-ever CDC scooter study will also look at how accidents could be prevented.
Youth tobacco use has risen dramatically in the last year, according to a new study released by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that parents and care providers for young children should focus on the amount of fluoride-containing paste that is going into their children’s mouths.
For the first time ever, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released data about flu cases in the midst of flu season.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlighted the growing challenge of fighting the opioid epidemic in America in a report released Friday in the agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning against eating raw cookie dough with a campaign called, “Say No To Raw Dough!”
ifty-eight million Americans are still exposed to secondhand smoke, according to a new report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.
From 2006 until 2015, the total number of reported abortions decreased by 24 percent — from more than 840,000 in 2006 to about 638,000 in 2015, the report found.
A number of foods, including poultry, ground beef and even curry powder have been recalled recently due to confirmed or possible contamination. Here’s a roundup of the foods health officials are warning consumers about this Thanksgiving.
“People were coughing the whole time. Now some people have fevers over 100,” said passenger Erin Sykes. “They should never had been allowed to board.”
Lucky Charms these ain’t. At least 130 people are sick and 24 have been hospitalized across 36 states due to a salmonella outbreak the Centers for Disease Control has linked to Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal.
Though measles have been reported in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the growing number of cases does not constitute a national outbreak.
Dr. Thomas Frieden, who for years informed the public about dangers to their health, sat stone-faced as a judge warned him not to approach the woman, who accused him of groping her on Oct. 20, 2017, in his Brooklyn home.
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