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A producer pulls its cashew cheese products as officials probe possible links to a 15-case Salmonella outbreak.
Researchers say that MERS-CoV, or a closely related virus, existed in camels in the UAE in 2003.
Nearly half of US states are reporting widespread flu activity, up from 10 last week.
The recent cases are in three areas of eastern China, including the first Shanghai case in 9 months.
German researchers say scores of people who had contact with a MERS patient escaped infection.
Vaccinated pregnant women had a lower risk of preterm or low-birth-weight babies.
The unidentified victim, recently in Beijing, died in an Alberta hospital.
Three more H7N9 cases have been confirmed, two from mainland China and one in Hong Kong.
The visit to China in December did not involve areas of high risk or contact with ill people.
A 51-year-old woman from Zhejiang province has H7N9, and the WHO confirms 7 recent cases.
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