- CDC: Transplant patients who died likely breathed in mold Updated: Oct-09-15 12:14 pm
- 1 dead in Oklahoma from multistate salmonella outbreak Updated: Oct-06-15 5:03 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - One person has died in Oklahoma as a multistate outbreak of salmonella infection linked to imported cucumbers continues.
- Health concerns abound in aftermath of flooding Updated: Oct-06-15 1:43 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Many areas in South Carolina's capital city - a metropolitan area home to more than 800,000 - have been covered by record amounts of water this week in historic flooding. The rain subsided, but as families returned to their homes to assess damage, officials warned them about health-related problems, too.
- Soft cheese linked to listeria death in Ohio Updated: Sep-18-15 5:17 pm
WASHINGTON - A California company has recalled several brands of soft cheeses after they were linked to 24 illnesses around the country over the last five years, including a 2012 death in Ohio.
- Things to know about the flu shot: Lots of options this year Updated: Sep-17-15 3:12 pm
WASHINGTON - Give flu vaccine another chance: This year's version got a recipe change that should make it more effective after last winter's misery from a nasty surprise strain of virus.
- Time for flu vaccine, updated after misery of last winter Updated: Sep-17-15 11:03 am
WASHINGTON - It's time for flu shots again, and health officials expect to avoid a repeat of the misery last winter, when immunizations weren't a good match for a nasty surprise strain.
- CDC: State's vaccination rates for kids some of best in US Updated: Sep-15-15 9:54 am
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - South Dakota's childhood immunization rates are among the highest in the nation, according to federal health officials.
- Probe of military labs expands to plague, encephalitis Updated: Sep-10-15 4:55 pm
WASHINGTON - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding its investigation into possible mishandling and improper shipment by Defense Department laboratories of organisms that cause deadly diseases, including plague and encephalitis, U.S. officials said Thursday.