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Sunscreen labeling changes announced by the FDA

Sunscreen labeling changes announced by the FDA

FDA announce new sunscreen labeling rules to begin in 2012. [Read More]

German Officials say e Coli linked to Bean Sprouts

German Officials say e Coli linked to Bean Sprouts

Free News Press – The source of the E Coli outbreak that killed 19 people in Europe may be linked to locally grown bean sprouts, German officials said this week. The Ministry of Health initially said that the Escherichia coli illness was linked to Spanish cucumbers. It [Read More]

E. Coli outbreak in Germany still of high concern

E. Coli outbreak in Germany still of high concern

Free News Press – An outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) bacteria in Germany has been ongoing since May 2, 2011. The United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) is warning people traveling to northern Germany of the condition. The CDC said [Read More]

Bedbugs may spread Staph and MRSA

Bedbugs may spread Staph and MRSA

Free News Press – Bed bugs are bad enough, but new evidence suggests that these little pests may also carry a superbug. Canadian researchers say they have found a drug resistant staph bacteria in bed bugs. It is uncertain whether bedbugs can spread the staphylococcus [Read More]

Safeway Recalls Tomatoes, Kabobs and Salads

Free News Press – Safeway has recalled products containing grape tomatoes supplied by Taylor Farms due to possible salmonella contamination. The tomatoes were sold to Safeway and Von’s Pavilions. They were incorporated in their cubed meat kabobs and café salads and [Read More]

Prostate Cancer Cell of Origin Found At UCLA

Prostate Cancer Cell of Origin Found At UCLA

Free News Press – Scientists at UCLA have found the “cell of origin” for human prostate cancer. For years doctors and researchers believe that prostate cancer arose from the luminal cells of the prostate because the cancer cells looked like those cells. Rather than [Read More]

Study Finds Low-Carb Diet Better Than Low-Fat For Heart Health

Free News Press – Research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine indicates that a low-carb diet is better than a low-fat diet when it comes to heart health. The study, which involved 307 participants, compared a low-fat diet to a low-carb diet. Dieters were divided [Read More]

H1N1 May Be Linked To Guillian Barre Syndrome and Bell’s Palsy

Free News Press – Health officials are looking into reports that the H1N1 vaccine caused an elevated rate of Guillain-Barré syndrome, Bell’s palsy, and thrombocytopenia. Critics have been warning of potential negative side-effects from this vaccine and others. [Read More]

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Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

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Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

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