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Officials Link Strawberries to Hepatitis A

AP – U.S. and Canadian regulators are investigating a hepatitis outbreak that may be linked to fresh organic strawberries. In a joint weekend statement, the...

State Cover-Up Of Hepatitis Source Endangers Lives: Food Safety Advocate

The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Montgomery County Public Health Department announced on January 5th that they are investigating and outbreak of hepatitis A virus infections associated with an unnamed Italian restaurant in Montgomery County in southeastern Pennsylvania.

What Is “High-Risk” Sexual Behavior?

International Society for Sexual Medicine You may have come across information online or in a doctor’s office that refers to “high-risk sexual behavior.” However, if...

FDA eases rules again for gay men seeking to donate blood

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is moving to ease restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men and other groups that traditionally face...

“Raw, untreated human waste” found in food supply

The owner of a farm where human waste was found in a field of produce told News 8 that it was a “complete accident” and “honest mistake.” Owner Andy Stutzman declined to comment on camera Wednesday, but said his farm Kuntry Gardens does not use human waste as fertilizer. He said that five-gallon buckets of waste from an outhouse were mistakenly dumped in the field.

Florida Man Who Sold Trump on Bleach as COVID Cure Will Stand Trial

Mark Grenon will stand trial in Miami, charged with creating a fake church to peddle industrial bleach as a “miracle cure” for COVID-19.

WHO chief advises reducing sex partners to avoid monkeypox

The World Health Organization chief is advising men at risk of catching monkeypox to consider reducing their sexual partners “for the moment,” days after the U.N. health agency declared the escalating outbreak to be a global emergency. At a press briefing on Wednesday, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said 98 percent of monkeypox cases detected so far have been among men who are gay, bisexual or have sex with other men.

Harvard Doctor Discovers That This Drink Increases Liver Cancer Risk by 73%

Avoiding sugary drinks, according to a major study of postmenopausal women, may help reduce the risk of getting liver cancer

7 gay men die in Florida meningococcal outbreak

(CNN)The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among...

Monkeypox ‘Not a Gay Disease,’ WHO Says

A sexually transmitted disease "expert" at the World Health Organization insists that monkeypox "is not a gay disease" even though most cases were identified in male homosexuals.

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