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COVID-19 Vaccines Not Linked to Sudden Deaths of Young People, CDC Study Reveals

COVID-19 Vaccines Not Linked to Sudden Deaths of Young People, CDC Study Reveals

A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has revealed that there is no link between COVID-19 vaccines and cardiac death in younger adults.

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US CDC Issues New COVID-19 Guidelines, Ending 5-Day Isolation Period for Americans Who Test Positive

US CDC Issues New COVID-19 Guidelines, Ending 5-Day Isolation Period for Americans Who Test Positive

Americans who test positive for COVID-19 would no longer need to be isolated for at least five days before returning to work or school, according to new guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Lumber Liquidators Stock Dropped as Cancer Risk Arose

Following CDC announement of the risk of carcinogen in its product, the company's stock plunged since last week. Lumber Liquidators is trying hard to win back trust from customers and investors.

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CDC Officially Closed the Investigation on Chipotle Outbreak

E.coli outbreak which contaminated nationwide Chipotle restaurants last year will be declared over. However, CDC has not been able to find the source of the outbreak.

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Painkillers, Heroin increase US overdose cases

A powerful type of opioid painkillers and Heroin are the leading causes of drug overdose in the US, according to new federal statistics. Yahoo News reported that opioid painkillers have long been the leading reasons for overdose deaths in the US, but cases of death with heroin use have recently grown.

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Food Safety: How to avoid food poisoning while traveling

Food poisoning is always a possibility that cannot be ignored during international trips. However, with the right planning of the trip and a few advices from other travelers, tourists should be able to enjoy their next trip abroad without worrying that they'll end up being ill after eating bad food.

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U.S. wastes billion dollars every year for binge drinking

Too much drinking is not only bad for the health but also seeps out the U.S. economy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a study on Thursday that binge drinking loses the economy a humongous "$249 billion in 2010, or $2.05 per drink, a significant increase from$223.5 billion, or $1.90 per drink, in 2006."

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Cigarette smoking costs weigh heavily on the healthcare system

Of every $10 spent on healthcare in the U.S., almost 90 cents is due to smoking, a new analysis says. Using recent health and medical spending surveys, researchers calculated that 8.7 percent of all healthcare spending, or $170 billion a year, is for illness caused by tobacco smoke, and public programs like Medicare and Medicaid paid for most of these costs.

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CDC and Abraaj invest in Rainbow Hospitals

CDC and Abraaj have jointly invested in Rainbow Hospitals.

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