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Six more cases reported, and officials fill in more background on their investigation.
Health departments in Iowa and Nebraska today linked Cyclospora infections to prepackaged salad mix.
Illnesses in four additional states may be linked to the multistate outbreak.
More MERS patients had preexisting health problems and were much more likely to die.
The FDA proposed two new rules to enhance the safety of imported foods, to positive reviews.
Lab tests show that H7N9 easily infects human lung tissues and cells.
Would-be pilgrims to Saudi Arabia who have chronic conditions should consult a health provider, the WHO says.
A coronavirus found in a South African bat may be MERS-CoV's closest relative.
Nine states have now reported Cyclospora cases, but it's unclear if all are part of an outbreak.
The FDA suggests steps like adding nets to curb Salmonella when hens have outdoor access.
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