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Pedicure or Pedicurse? Proceed With Caution
"Do not use the foot spa if you are not sure it is disinfected and safe to use," warn the Environmental Protection Agency and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in a fact sheet on preventing infections from salon foot spas. To reduce the risk ...
Before stepping foot in a spa, consider these pedicure safety tips  Scope (blog)
New breed of doctors turn to social media, texting for patient care
Word of that illness surfaced when a German businessman who attended posted about his flu-like symptoms on Facebook, and CDC used social media sites to help locate the illness source - a whirlpool spa. Heldman says using social media makes sense for ...
Fighting scary vaccine stories with scarier no-vaccine stories
“I don't like to get immunized,” Science-ish was surprised to hear from one of Canada's most esteemed vaccine researchers this week.
Tragedy as baby dies and 14 hospitalised in E.coli outbreak across six states
Six similar strains are also considered dangerous and one of them is E. coli O145, the strain identified in this new outbreak. Health officials haven't been tracking O145 intensively for very long; it was only in 2009 that the CDC began recommending ...
Life of the Party: Newsbabes Get Their Pink On
... instead of just reporting on the sweeping plague of breast cancer, which comprises roughly 23 percent of all cancers in women and which claimed a staggering 458,503 deaths worldwide in 2008, the last year in which statistics were reported by the CDC.
Happy Meals with the salt of 13 portions of fries and a side dish with the ...
A new report shows how a number of major fast food chains are falling short on their pledge to offer healthier options for children.
Is Barack Obama going to legalise marijuana? Magazine claims it could be his ...
The Annual Youth Risk Behviour Survey from the CDC took 15,000 surveys in 43 states and found that 23 percent of students said they had used marijuana in the last month, whereas only 18 percent said they had smoked cigarettes.