Astounding as it may sound, but General Mills has recalled over 10 million pounds of flour in response to a 20-state E. coli outbreak that has sickened 38 people.
A study of the lower mainland in British Columbia done by the Fraser Basin Council is the first of its kind to describe the damage estimates of a major flood event on the Fraser River or coastal flooding, putting the projected cost at $30 billion.
India has over 2.9 million people living with HIV/AIDS. Thousands of these cases are the result of receiving contaminated blood through transfusions.
While many travelers have heard of Mont St-Michel, the island commune in Normandy, France, most would be surprised to learn that England has its own version, St. Michael’s Mount, a small tidal island in Mount’s Bay, Cornwall, UK.
The sound of silence is the only thing heard in many households today. At the supper table and the living room, children are engrossed in the latest electronic media, or texting on their cell phones, oblivious to parents questions or demands.
Health Canada will propose changes to the Food and Drug Regulations next month that would allow the irradiation of packaged fresh and frozen ground beef for sale in Canada.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis, a disease once contained to areas around Aleppo and Damascus in Syria, has now been given new life thanks to the ongoing conflict in the region, reaching catastrophic proportions.
You never know what you might find on the Internet today. Corvette lovers are still kicking themselves after discovering an old “junker” advertised on Craigslist five years ago for a paltry $700 was actually worth millions.
Opioid abuse and addiction has taken a tremendous toll on Americans and our health care resources, but the FDA’s approval of a medication-emitting implant may be one answer to solving the problem.