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Health & Lifestyles

Warnings issued after infections linked to drinking raw milk

Public health agencies in southern Colorado are issuing warnings while they investigate an outbreak of infections linked to raw milk
Published: 09/24/16

Striking nurses, Allina Health agree to bargaining session

Union nurses and Allina Health will return to bargaining for the first time since nearly 5,000 nurses went on strike against five Minneapolis area hospitals nearly three weeks ago
Published: 09/24/16

Maine's flu season already starting

The flu's already arrived in Maine, and state experts say it's time to get vaccinated
Published: 09/24/16

Failed insurer's customers face deadline to find new plan

Illinois insurance regulators are reminding customers of Land of Lincoln Health that they must enroll in a new health insurance policy with a different company by the end of the month or they'll have a gap in coverage
Published: 09/24/16

Minnesota's Reggie Lynch has minor surgery on left knee

Minnesota center Reggie Lynch has undergone surgery on his left knee
Published: 09/24/16

Cross country teammates recover together from illnesses

INDIANA EXCHANGE: Jasper High School cross-country teammates recover together from illnesses
Published: 09/24/16

Jail releases list of 18 inmate deaths since 2012

Two deaths inside a Virginia jail have prompted officials to release a list of 18 prisoners who died since 2012
Published: 09/23/16
Amid cancer research push, Tampa’s Moffitt Cancer Center earns top national designation

Amid cancer research push, Tampa’s Moffitt Cancer Center earns top national designation

TAMPA — Moffitt Cancer Center has once again been awarded the National Cancer Institute’s top title, Moffitt officials announced Thursday.
Published: 09/23/16

26 West Nile cases in Louisiana so far this year

The number of West Nile virus cases this year in Louisiana has risen to 26. That's up from 24 earlier this month
Published: 09/23/16

The Latest: Brown backs ban on smoking near youth sports

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation to ban smoking and vaping within 250 feet of youth sporting events in California
Published: 09/23/16