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Iowa officials report the 2nd confirmed case of measles since 2011

Iowa officials review Second confirmed measles case since 2011 Updated: 2:56 PM CDT April 18, 2019 Hide Transcript Show Transcript Mercy One Medical Center 7717 49: 59- 04 "The best piece of advice is to get vaccinated and make sure your children are immunized."> While the case of measles reported Monday on Monday is the first since 2011, experts say …

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A map of all known measles exposure sites in Michigan

As of April 17 the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed 43 total measles cases statewide, and identified more than 100 sites of exposure across the state. The outbreak, which began in mid-March, has resulted in 40 cases in Oakland County, one in Wayne County and one in the City of Detroit. Additionally, an international traveler was …

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Indiana University mumps flare is often linked to a single brotherhood

At least 16 cases were reported on the Bloomington campus from February 12, said IU spokeswoman Chuck Carney Thursday. Nine of those cases have been linked to a single fraternity – patients are either members of the fraternity, or visit the fraternity house. IU does not refer to the brotherhood, to protect its privacy. Carney said while pimps were unusual …

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1 death in MI from Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats

FILE – Listeria bacteria Copyright by WOODTV – All rights reserved FILE – Listeria bacteria GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Health officials are investigating after an outbreak of Listeria across multiple states, including Michigan. There are eight reported cases of Listeria monocytogenes across four states, including one death reported in Michigan, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and …

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Liquid liquid and urine are found within a prehistoric 42,000 year-old daughter According to Semyon Grigoriev, director of the Mammoth Museum at the Northeastern Federal University (NEFU) in Yakutsk.

Mammoth Hunters found that the animal body fluids acquired during autopsy and were tested in the hope of cloning of decayed species. the ancient foal embedded in the permafrost of Batikika's massive bamboo in the summer of 2018, one day when the temperature dropped to -67.8 degrees Celsius (-90 degrees Fahrenheit). Grigoriev told CNN by email that the young man …

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CDC probing multi-state outbreaks of listeria, salmonella

The CDC investigates a lethal multi-state listeria outbreak – linked to deli-sliced ​​meat and cheese – as well as salmonella outbreaks associated with frozen, raw tuna. The cases were reported in Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota, Washington and Pennsylvania. "A total of 8 people were infected with the outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes reported from …

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