Dozens Sickened with Salmonella After Drinking Raw Milk from California Farm

Dozens Sickened with Salmonella After Drinking Raw Milk from California Farm

The disclosure of the outbreak’s size comes as health officials warn the public to avoid unpasteurized milk due to a bird flu virus circulating in U.S. dairy cows.

Biden Saw Neurologist Jan. 17, Press Secretary Confirms

Biden Saw Neurologist Jan. 17, Press Secretary Confirms

President Joe Biden saw a neurologist at the White House on Jan. 17 for a neurological exam, the results of which were included in his annual physical report, the White House said on Tuesday.

New Jersey Woman Who Received Pig Kidney, Heart Pump Dies

New Jersey Woman Who Received Pig Kidney, Heart Pump Dies

A New Jersey woman who received a pig kidney transplant and an implanted device to keep her heart beating has died, her surgeon announced Tuesday.

Biden's Neurologist Appointments Were Part of His Physical, White House Says

Biden's Neurologist Appointments Were Part of His Physical, White House Says

Dr. Kevin O'Connor, Biden's physician, issued a letter Monday addressing questions on why a neurologist has repeatedly made visits to the White House.

Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff Tests Positive for COVID

Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff Tests Positive for COVID

Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff has tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing mild symptoms, his office announced Sunday; his wife, Vice President Kamala Harris, has tested negative.

Experts Relate Danger of Contact Burns on Sizzling Asphalt, Concrete, Playgrounds

Experts Relate Danger of Contact Burns on Sizzling Asphalt, Concrete, Playgrounds

Young children, older adults and homeless people are among those at risk for burns during extreme heat. Arizona and Nevada medical experts relate some cases they have seen during the past two years:

Colorado Dairy Farm Worker Tests Positive for Bird Flu, 4th Case in 2024

Colorado Dairy Farm Worker Tests Positive for Bird Flu, 4th Case in 2024

A fourth farm worker has been infected with bird flu linked to dairy cows, health officials confirmed Wednesday.

Untreated Water Tied to Salmonella in Cucumbers

Untreated Water Tied to Salmonella in Cucumbers

Untreated water used by a Florida cucumber-grower is a likely source of salmonella food poisoning that sickened nearly 450 people this spring, federal health officials said Tuesday.

FDA Approves Second Alzheimer's Drug that can Slow the Disease

FDA Approves Second Alzheimer's Drug that can Slow the Disease

The Food and Drug Administration approved Eli Lilly’s drug on Tuesday for mild or early cases of dementia caused by Alzheimer’s.

Supreme Court Will Consider Whether FDA is Too Strict on Vaping Products

Supreme Court Will Consider Whether FDA is Too Strict on Vaping Products

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving e-cigarettes, specifically Food and Drug Administration decisions that restrict marketing of some products amid a surge in vaping by young people.

Hospitals Ordered to Include Abortion Care in Emergency Treatment

Hospitals Ordered to Include Abortion Care in Emergency Treatment

The Biden administration sent a letter Tuesday informing emergency room doctors they must perform emergency abortions when necessary to save a pregnant woman’s health.

US Contracts With Moderna to Accelerate MRNA Flu Vaccine

US Contracts With Moderna to Accelerate MRNA Flu Vaccine

The U.S. government will pay Moderna $176 million to accelerate development of an influenza vaccine that could potentially be used to target bird flu among humans, federal officials announced.

CDC Recommends Fall Vaccination for COVID-19

CDC Recommends Fall Vaccination for COVID-19

With COVID-19 cases appearing in some parts of the U.S., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting shots this fall.

Supreme Court Allows Emergency Abortions in Idaho, For Now

Supreme Court Allows Emergency Abortions in Idaho, For Now

The Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday for Idaho hospitals to provide emergency abortions under a procedural ruling that left key questions unanswered.

Supreme Court Rejects Settlement With OxyContin Manufacturer

Supreme Court Rejects Settlement With OxyContin Manufacturer

The Supreme Court has rejected 5-4 a settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma that would have shielded members of the Sackler family from civil lawsuits over opioids.