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Dole Recalls Baby Spinach Due To Possible Salmonella ContaminationDole is voluntarily recalling some cases of baby spinach due to possible salmonella contamination.
FDA Investigating 127 Reports Of Seizures, Neurological Symptoms Related To VapingThe US Food and Drug Administration has received 127 reports of seizures or other neurological symptoms possibly related to e-cigarettes, the agency announced Wednesday.
Study Shows Chipotle Bowls Contain Cancer-Linked 'Forever Chemicals'The bowls at Chipotle have become a staple for the restaurant, but a new report is drawing some big concerns about them.
Health Officials: 14 Young Adults In Two States Hospitalized After Vaping14 teenagers and young adults were hospitalized due to breathing problems potentially linked to vaping.
Ohio Governor: 'No Doubt' Drugmakers Caused Opioid CrisisOhio Gov. Mike DeWine says evidence made public over the past two weeks makes clear that drugmakers were responsible for the U.S. opioid crisis.
Former Steeler Merril Hoge Sues Maker Of Round-Up, Says Weed Killer Caused His CancerFormer Pittsburgh Steelers player Merril Hoge is suing Monsanto, the company which makes the controversial weed killer, Round-Up.
Families Turning To EpiPen Alternatives Due To Year-Long ShortageFor over a year, families have been struggling to overcome a shortage of EpiPens, a life-saving shot for those with severe allergies.
Pfizer Buying Canonsburg-Based Mylan, New Company To Run Operations In PittsburghPfizer is buying Mylan in an all-stock deal and combining the $10 billion generic pharmaceutical company with its own off-patent branded and generic business.
Florida Residents, Tourists Warned About Mosquito-Borne Virus That Causes Brain SwellingThere is a new warning in Florida about the Eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV), a mosquito-borne virus that causes brain swelling in humans.
Free Dental Clinic Hosted At PPG Paints Arena For Third Year In A RowFor the third year, Mission Of Mercy hosted their free dental clinic at PPG Paints Arena.
Eat The Seeds: The Germs Found Inside Apples May Be Good For YouApples overflow with bacteria -- about 100 million bacteria, many of which are healthy. Apple aficionados who swallow the core not only get extra fiber, flavonoids, and flavor, they also ingest about 10 times more bacteria than people who discard the rough bits at the center, new research finds.
New Contact Lenses Darken In Bright LightNew contacts act like sunglasses and protect your eyes from the sun, computers and everything in between.