Health

Chipotle’s Boston Restaurant linked to Norovirus Outbreak Opens for Customers

With a hope to get back on track, restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill announced reopening of its Boston restaurant in Cleveland Circle neighborhood which was linked to illness of over 130 people earlier this month.

Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said the Boston restaurant reopened on... read more

Twin birth rate hits record high in U.S. in 2014

The twin birth rate in the United States hit an all-time high last year, though it grew only marginally from the previous year, according to the annual Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s (CDC’s) National Vital Statistics Report.

The recently published report states that the... read more

Peruvian Coca Tea Contains High Levels of Cocaine: Italian Police

Italian police recently issued an order to stop sale of a famous Peruvian coca tea after they found that the tea contained some significant levels of cocaine. The tea has been sold in Italy since many years now.

The tea was imported from Peru by a Milan-based wholesaler, said police... read more

Quintuplets Born To Hawaii Couple Get Discharged from Hospital

Hawaii’s firsts surviving set of quintuplets were born on October 10 to a Hawaiian couple. The mother gave birth to four premature baby boys and a baby girl. All the babies were discharged from the hospital to spend their first Christmas at home with their mom and dad.

The quintuplets... read more

Boston Chipotle that sickened 136 students reopens

The Cleveland Circle Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant that was forced to close after several college students and other people fell sick after eating there has reopened.

Chipotle Mexican Grill reopened and resumed normal operation over the holiday weekend, around three weeks after Boston... read more

Regular blood pressure medicine recommended for patients with high heart disease risk

People at high risk of heart attack or stroke should be recommended regular dosage of blood pressure lowering medication, according to a new report published in journal The Lancet. Medical experts related to the current research said that keeping blood pressure within the prescribed limits can... read more

Soon to Welcome the Weight Loss Diet Based on Person’s Genome

Good news! for those who have been tired of trying every measure to reduce their obesity and remain healthy and fine. The new study published in the Journal Obesity shows that person’s obesity is dependent on genes of a person. So, researchers from the University of Texas have suggested a report... read more

TB, Cholera and Measles resurgence noticed in Britain

Britain is facing an upsurge in the number of cases of tuberculosis, cholera, scurvy, whooping cough and measles. Most of these diseases are related to poor health services and living conditions in developing countries. For many decades, Britain was having rare incidents of these diseases. A... read more

McDonald’s Experiments with Menu

The famous fast food restaurant, McDonald’s, seems to experimenting with its menu by including macaroni and cheese option. However, the mac and cheese is only available in 18 restaurants of the Cleveland area in Ohio. These outlets are acting as a test market for the new entry in the menu.

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This Flu season hasn't really hit hard so far

The flu season was in full swing around this time, last year, likely keeping many home sick for Christmas. The case is not the same this year. Flu season hasn't actually hit hard countrywide so far.

The Centers for Disease Control has shown quite low numbers of flu cases, and there’re... read more

Pennsylvania: Imprisonment to Man with HIV for Having Unprotected Sex with 3 Women

On Wednesday, a Pennsylvania man with HIV came to know the consequences of having unprotected sex when he was sentenced 33 to 66 months in jail. This is the second time when he has been sentenced imprisonment for the offense.

The 26-year-old man, Ricky Webster, found guilty for having... read more

Second South Kona Beach Park Closed Due To Dengue Outbreak

Hawaii Island officials reported that they have ordered closure of Milolii Beach Park in response to the dengue fever outbreak in the region. It is the second South Kona beach park to be closed due to dengue.

According to the Hawaii Department of Health, as of December 23, there were only... read more

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