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New illnesses reported in ongoing turkey salmonella outbreak in US
Hundreds have fallen ill in a Salmonella outbreak in the US tied to raw turkey, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting more than 60 new cases in 24 states since its last report in December.
Almost 4,000 cases of hospital equipment failing reported in Ireland since 2015
Almost 4,000 incidents where equipment being used in the care of patients in Irish hospitals failed have been reported over a three-year period.
Griffiths visits Sana'a to push Hudaydah ceasefire amid reported clashes
The UN envoy for Yemen has arrived in the capital Sana’a to discuss a recent UN-sponsored peace agreement on the country's lifeline port city of Hudaydah amid reported clashes between the warring parties.
Fresh acid attack reported on a UK citizen
Authorities have reported a fresh attack involving corrosive substance in the United Kingdom, the second such incident in a matter of days and another sign that violent crimes are rapidly surging in the country.
New research must be better reported
Newspaper articles, TV appearances and radio slots are increasingly important ways for academics to communicate their research to wider audiences. Whether that be the latest health research findings or discoveries from the deepest, darkest parts of the universe.
South Korea responds to reported vessel hijacking off Somalia
South Korea’s military dispatched a naval unit in waters off Somalia after pirates presumably hijacked a fishing vessel, officials said Saturday.
Indiana officials: No new bird flu infections reported
No additional turkey farms in a southern Indiana county have tested positive for bird flu since an outbreak at 10 farms, where nearly 250,000 turkeys will be killed as a result, authorities said Sunday.
WHO reported only two Ebola cases last week
Guinea and Sierra Leone each recorded a single cases of Ebola in the past week, putting a year-end goal of ending the deadly epidemic within reach, although risks remain, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

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