- Grapefruit conflicts with many medications (November 28, 2012)
- Type of generic Lipitor recalled (November 25, 2012)
- Bellevue Hospital in NYC evacuates 500 (October 31, 2012)
- Illnesses linked to raw milk (February 22, 2012)
- Brown rice syrup may contain arsenic (February 16, 2012)
- Listeria found in hard-boiled eggs (February 05, 2012)
- Mercury exposure from skin cream (January 21, 2012)
- Novartis recalls OTC medications (January 10, 2012)
- Tx may be at risk for disease (October 09, 2011)
- Mold prompts health warnings (September 23, 2011)
- Recall issued for U.S. salmon product (August 28, 2011)
- African malaria drop questioned (August 26, 2011)
- Nearly fourth of US residents hungry (August 12, 2011)
- Disease-bearing ticks spread in IL (June 22, 2011)
- Gulf seafood safety worrisome (May 27, 2011)
- Organic foods contain modified ingredients (May 26, 2011)
- Swine fever resurfaces in Africa (May 24, 2011)
- Highway fumes may lead to brain damage (April 07, 2011)
- NYC 9-11 benefit deadline looms (September 20, 2009)
- Alaska fires prompt health warnings (August 07, 2009)
- Quality of response is focus of study (June 10, 2009)
- Responders urge flu awareness (April 30, 2009)
- Study: Health care system needs help (December 28, 2007)
- Experts discuss bird flu plan (November 08, 2005)
- Bird flu strategy prepared (November 07, 2005)
Pandemic seen as possible
- Bird flu preparation urged (October 18, 2005)
CDC answers questions
- Inferno-like heat bakes central US (July 20, 2001)
Fans distributed to needy
- Foot-and-mouth tests negative for U.S. (March 30, 2001)
Samples of North Carolina hog tissue tested for foot-and-mouth disease came out negative, reported agricultureofficials Friday.
- Foot-and-mouth scourge spreads (March 22, 2001)
As foot-and-mouth disease spread to Ireland Thursday, U.S. officials were determined to keep the scourge fromentering this country.
- Farm workers: 'We're not tractors' (March 19, 2001)
Farm workers are living in quiet disaster.
- U.S. blood supply critically low (October 22, 2000)
The United States' blood supply is critically low, the American Red Cross reported last week. Major cities are hardest hit, including New York, Los
Angeles, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Detroit, and Washington, D.C.
- El Salvador fights fever (September 22, 2000)
The government of El Salvador declared a state of emergency in response to a rise in dengue fever.
Nineteen people -- most young children -- have died this year from the mosquito-borne virus, and more
than 2,000 people have been infected.
- 'Camp Noah' counselors find rewards (August 07, 2000)
What makes a good counselor at a camp full of kids from kindergarten to sixth grade?
- Virus infiltrates response groups (May 08, 2000)
Whether known as the Love Bug virus -- or one of its many mutations -- the computer virus that infiltrated e-mail systems worldwide also hit response and
- Famine stalks Ethiopia (April 13, 2000)
- Water contamination worries thousands (March 26, 2000)
Reports of water contamination have thousands of residents in many states concerned about the quality of what's coming out of their
- Mozambique faces health threat (March 20, 2000)
Mozambique is still reeling from last month's fatal floods. Villagers continue to stream from aid camps back to their
home villages, only to discover they have nothing left.
- Appeals expand for Mozambique (March 20, 2000)
New heavy rains are falling on Mozambique even as nearly one million people are still reeling from last month's
floods. Thousands of survivors are trying to return to their home villages only to discover that little or nothing
- Alaska villages brace for new fishing disaster (January 07, 1999)
- Fishing crisis
grips western Alaska (August 12, 1998)
- As danger drops anxiety continues (July 09, 1998)