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  • Warrant served and documents seized at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

     
    A search warrant was served Thursday on San Bernardino’s county-owned Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, authorities said. FBI agents and San Bernardino district attorney's investigators seized documents at the 456-bed hospital in Colton but authorities...
  • Haiti facing hurricane conditions, 5-10 inches of rain

     
    Haiti is under a Hurricane Warning today as Tropical Storm Tomas continues its slow turn in the Caribbean toward the vulnerable island nation. The warning means hurricane conditions - winds of 73 mph or more - are expected somewhere in the......
  • Health alert: FDA, CDC, Costco warn consumers to avoid Bravo Farms Dutch-style gouda cheese

     
    Bravo Farms Dutch Style Gouda cheese, (Costco item 40654) offered for sale and in cheese sampling events at Costco Wholesale Corp. locations is preliminarily linked with an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 infections. Consumers who have any of this cheese...
  • Prepared foods with cilantro recalled because of salmonella risk

     
    Orval Kent announced today that it is voluntarily recalling 23 products as a precautionary measure because the products may be contaminated with salmonella. The products are being recalled because they contain fresh cilantro produced and distributed by...
  • EGYPT: Is the government blowing smoke in anti-tobacco campaign

     
    Mohammed Mustapha, a waiter in a Cairo cafe, likes to smoke, but he's not fond of the pictures the Egyptian government stamps on each pack of cigarettes: teeth rotted from gum disease, a limp cigarette suggesting impotence or a man......
  • Whooping cough cases continue to rise in L.A. County

     
    The number of whooping cough cases reported in Los Angeles County has continued to increase in recent weeks, county public health officials said Friday. There were 429 cases of whooping cough, or pertussis, reported in October, more than any month......
  • Feinstein pushes BPA restrictions in food safety bill

     
    Deliberations on the food safety bill the Senate is expected to take up Wednesday may include a vote on an amendment by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that would limit the use of bisphenol A, or BPA, the widely used but controversial......
  • Today is Great American Smokeout: Quit for 24 hours

     
    The Orange County Health Department’s all in project has a message for smokers today: Kick the habit for 24 hours as part of the American Cancer Society’s annual Great American Smokeout.  On Thursday Nov. 18, smokers across the nation...
  • World AIDS Day event to be held in Eustis

     
    The Lake County Health Department will host a World AIDS day celebration at Ferran Park in Eustis on Wednesday, Dec. 1 from 1 to 5:30 PM.   World AIDS Day is a global campaign to end AIDS and help bring awareness of the disease worldwid...
  • New loan repayment program for new doctors, dentists

     
    Federal officials announced today that they're expanding the National Health Service Corps' loan repayment program — in which the federal government offers to repay up to $60,000 of student loans for primary care doctors, dentists and mental...
  • Large companies expected to see big increases in HMO insurance costs next year, study says

     
    Large companies that offer their employees insurance through health maintenance organizations can expect their costs to rise 9.8% next year, the largest increase in five years, a new study shows. Rates are rising fast because HMOs tend to provide ample......