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FDA says E. coli found in Nestle sample

NEW YORK (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration said Monday a sample of raw cookie dough collected at a Nestle USA manufacturing plant last week has tested positive for E. coli.

Experiment seeks to head off Type 1 diabetes

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The doctor had barely pulled away the needle when a blister appeared on Tracey Berg-Fulton's abdomen: An experimental shot was revving up the 24-year-old's immune system — part of a bold quest to create a vaccine-like therapy for diabetes.

Doctors say more ovary transplants possible

LONDON (AP) — Two new techniques to preserve and transplant ovaries might give women a better chance to fight their biological clocks and have children when they are older, doctors announced Monday.


FDA weighs options to reduce painkiller overdoses

WASHINGTON (AP) — Tylenol, Excedrin, NyQuil. These household brands and others have come to symbolize safe, convenient relief from the aches and pains of everyday life.


Obama not closing door on possible health care tax

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WASHINGTON (AP) — With lawmakers trying to crunch the numbers on a $1 trillion health care overhaul, President Barack Obama is leaving the door open to a new tax on employer-provided health care benefits.
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  • One-fourth of US cancer deaths linked with 1 thing: smoking
    Cigarettes contribute to more than 1 in 4 cancer deaths in the U.S. The rate is highest among men in southern states where smoking is more common and tobacco control policies are less strict.
  • Hired experts support claims St. Jude heart devices can be hacked
    Short-selling firm Muddy Waters said in a legal brief filed on Monday that outside cyber security experts it hired have validated its claim that St. Jude Medical Inc cardiac implants are vulnerable to potentially life-threatening cyber attacks.
  • Children at risk of brain changes after 1 season of youth football, study claims
    While studies focusing on retired professional football players and those who reached collegiate level of play have reported on the damaging effects the sport can have on the brain, new research focusing on children has found that playing just a single season of youth football can put them at risk for measurable brain changes – even if they never received a clinical diagnosis of a concussion.



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