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Hepatitis A case detected at Michigan Buffalo Wild Wings mode

WARREN, Mich. (WILX) – Customers ate at a restaurant in Metro Detroit may have been exposed to hepatitis A. According to the Macomb County Health Department, a food officer at Buffalo Wild Wings site at 29287 Mound Road in Warren has been diagnosed with the virus . Customers may have been exposed from March 24 through April 9th. Health officers …

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More children have autism, better diagnosis may be the reason

by MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer FILE – This Monday, October 24, 2016 movie picture, Megan Krail helps a 4-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Destruction Survives at the University of Texas at Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders preschool class in Dallas. According to a report from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, published on Thursday, April 26, 2018, the …

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What are poisonous larvae? Health protection issued in England for defects that cause vomiting, asthma attacks

England officials warn of an invasion of toxic larvae that appear in the southeastern part of the country. The white-haired larvae, becoming a procession moth (OPM), can give people a number of unpleasant side effects including rashes, vomiting and asthma attacks, BBC reports. A gardener who worked insignificantly under an oak where the larvae were found, said that she came …

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E. coli outbreak expands, still no source identified – KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous news coverage

Fourteen people have become ill from E. coli linked to Romarin lettuce, said US Centers for Disease Prevention and Prevention Friday. This gives the total number of diseases from this outbreak to 98 people in 22 states, with Mississippi, Tennessee and Wisconsin as the latest states to report cases. "We expect more reports of disease because there are two week …

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Whole foods are called racist for the yellow fever restaurant; its Asian-American owners disagree with it

Kelly Kim and her husband wanted the name of their new Pan-Asian restaurant to stand out, eliminate bland or stereotyped phrases such as bamboo, dragon and lotus. Then they beat them. Yellow fever. "It's memorable," Kim says that he tells his husband Michael before opening their first place at the end of 2013, in a Saturday interview with The Washington …

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