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Ninety-three confirmed or probable cases of blastomycosis have been identified in Michigan's Delta and Menominee counties

One death and almost 100 cases of rare fungal infection linked to Michigan paper mill, health officials say

By Katherine Dillinger and John Bonifield, CNN Ninety-seven confirmed or probable cases of blastomycosis have been identified in Michigan’s Delta and Menominee counties, according to the local health department, and they are believed to be associated with a paper mill in the town of Escanaba. One death has been associated with the outbreak: A contractor

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SEED participant Susie Garza shows off the debit card she got each month through the program.

Project that gave $500 a month to some California residents shows that such efforts could have a ‘profound impact on public health, researchers say

By Carma Hassan, CNN Results are out from a two-year experiment testing the effects of guaranteed income on residents of Stockton, California — but the findings were complicated by the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers say. The program, dubbed the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration or SEED, gave monthly payments of $500 to 131 people

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Drugmakers sign letter supporting FDA and calling for reversal of Texas judge’s mifepristone ruling

By Carma Hassan, CNN Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and dozens of other biotech and pharmaceutical company leaders have signed an open letter in support of the US Food and Drug Administration’s authority “to approve and regulate safe, effective medicines for every American” after Friday’s decision by a Texas district court judge to halt the agency’s

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Certain brands of fresh ready-to-eat salads that include chicken or ham may also contain lettuce contaminated with listeria

Some ready-to-eat salads with chicken or ham may contain potentially deadly listeria

By Sandee LaMotte, CNN Certain brands of fresh ready-to-eat salads that include chicken or ham may also contain lettuce contaminated with listeria, a potentially deadly bacteria, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). Revolution Farms of Caledonia, Michigan, voluntarily recalled lettuce produced and sold under the brand Revolution Farms

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Recurring dreams that tend to be negative can be stressful.

Why you keep having the same dream

By Kristen Rogers, CNN For years, dreams of my teeth cracking, loosening or falling out plagued my sleep. Loved ones of mine have repeatedly dreamed of flying, rolling away in a self-operating car, or running late for school or work. These aren’t typical nightmares, which usually happen once. They’re some of the most common recurring

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5 easy steps to get healthier

By Madeline Holcombe, CNN Wouldn’t it be nice if there were some undiscovered ingredient, and one bite of it would cure all our health concerns? There isn’t one, sadly. But scientists do know the recipe to better health, and it is a long-term practice of good habits when it comes to sleep, eating, exercise, socialization

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The risks of severe complications during pregnancy

Life-threatening pregnancy and childbirth risks can vary depending on where you live, study finds

By Jacqueline Howard, CNN The risks of severe complications during pregnancy, childbirth or postpartum can vary drastically depending on where the person lives, a new study suggests. Among people with Medicaid insurance in the United States, rates of severe maternal morbidity — life-threatening complications during pregnancy, delivery or after childbirth — range dramatically from about

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