“Foods commonly served at cookouts can carry pathogens that can make people sick, especially those most vulnerable to foodborne illness such as young children, the elderly, and pregnant women.”
Today 10:13 am - The Scoop
An inventor who lost his lower leg in a snowmobiling accident has developed an artificial limb design with mountain-bike parts.
Today - Health
FREMONT, Ohio (AP) — Whirlpool Corp. began soil and water testing Monday at a former park in a northern Ohio area where cancer has sickened dozens of children for more than a decade.
Monday - Ohio
- USA Football survey shows few youth concussions
BOSTON – Fewer than 4 percent of youth players surveyed in a USA Football-sanctioned study suffered concussions in the 10 leagues examined.Monday - Sports
- Diarrhea, poor hygiene sully public pools
Human feces taint more than half of public swimming pools, a finding U.S. health officials are using to urge better personal hygiene as the summer months approach.Friday - Health
- 2 melanoma drugs show promise in clinical study
Two drugs from Bristol-Myers Squibb shrank tumors in as many as half of patients with advanced melanoma, according to early research that may pave the way for cocktails that trigger the immune system to destroy cancer.Friday - Health