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15 New E. Coli Cases as Chipotle Hit With Lawsuit

November 3, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Chipotle Facing scrutiny over E. coli cases and lawsuit over outbreak

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15 New E. Coli Cases as Chipotle Hit With Lawsuit

Teen Awakes From Sleepwalking 9 Miles From Home, Police Say

November 3, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Taylor Gammel, 19, was missing for three hours before she woke up.

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Teen Awakes From Sleepwalking 9 Miles From Home, Police Say

Robin Williams’ Widow Talks Effects of Lewy Body Dementia

November 3, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Susan Wiliams says disease “killed” husband.

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Robin Williams’ Widow Talks Effects of Lewy Body Dementia

How One Chicago Company Is Redefining the Snack Machine

November 3, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Luke Saunders had a simple dream: to get tasty, healthy food on the go.

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How One Chicago Company Is Redefining the Snack Machine

167,427 Pounds of Beef Recalled for Possible E. Coli Bacteria

November 2, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Ground beef sample tested positive for E. coli after routine testing last week.

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167,427 Pounds of Beef Recalled for Possible E. Coli Bacteria

‘Jump’ Expected in Chipotle-Linked E. Coli Outbreak

November 2, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Health officials expect the number of people sickened by an E. coli outbreak linked to Chipotle restaurants in Washington state and Oregon to grow.

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‘Jump’ Expected in Chipotle-Linked E. Coli Outbreak

5 Tips For the End of Daylight Saving Time

October 30, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Don’t forget to turn back your clocks this weekend.

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5 Tips For the End of Daylight Saving Time

Oregon Girl is 16th U.S. Plague Case This Year

October 30, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

A teenaged girl in Oregon is being treated for plague, state health officials say.

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Oregon Girl is 16th U.S. Plague Case This Year

Medicare Paid $30M for Ambulance ‘Mystery Rides,’ Audit Says

October 1, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

An audit says in the first six months of 2012, Medicare paid $30 million for ambulance “mystery rides.”

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Medicare Paid $30M for Ambulance ‘Mystery Rides,’ Audit Says

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