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Congress Resumes Health Care Talks After Independence Day Break

Congress members are expected to resume debates the Monday following the Fourth of July break. To keep citizens aware of the dilemmas and decisions to be made in regards to family health insurance rates, FamilyHealthInsurance.net is compiling the latest information. Min...

Tracking Down a Salmonella Outbreak

CDC report details how health officials first spotted, chased down source and spread of tainted peanut product FRIDAY, Jan. 30 (HealthDay News) -- The salmonella outbreak that has now sickened 529 people began as a blip on U.S. health-monitoring radar. Officials with the U.S. Cent...

Peanut Butter Eyed as Source of Salmonella Outbreak

Minn. officials find bacteria in King Nut brand; almost 400 Americans in 42 states have been sickened as probe continues SATURDAY, Jan. 10(HealthDay News) -- Health officials in the state of Minnesota said late Friday that they had found salmonella bacteria in one brand of peanut butte...

Officials Still Seek Source of Salmonella Outbreak

Almost 400 Americans in 42 states have been sickened FRIDAY, Jan. 9 (HealthDay News) -- The source of a salmonella outbreak that has sickened almost 400 Americans in 42 states remains unknown, U.S. health officials said Friday, adding that more cases are expected. The strain of salm...

FDA's control is inherently weak

The Food and Drug Administration has few details about the dramatic rise in overseas drug testing and reforms are needed to protect both foreign patients taking experimental medicines and Americans who buy products based on their results. The number of pharmaceutical researchers working outsid...

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