Health officials in the United States are worried about the upcoming flu season after Australia suffered a particularly bad flu season involving severe H3N2 illnesses and poorly-performing shots.
St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana has reported positive water tests for Legionella, the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease, and reported that a patient may have contracted the illness.
A New York company is recalling about 130,000 children’s nightlights over an electric shock hazard that could cause serious injury or even death.
The supermarket chain H-E-B is recalling ground beef sold at one of its stores in Bulverde, Texas, after it was found that the products may contain sharp metal objects, which could cause serious injury or even death if swallowed.
Two regional grocery store chains owned by Kroger are recalling chicken salad sold at their deli counters after it was found to potentially contain Listeria monocytogenes, a bacterium that causes severe foodborne illness.
Saber Grills LLC, of Columbus, Ga., has recalled about 18,800 grills and 2,900 warranty parts and conversion kits in the U.S. due to the risk of a gas leak that could cause flame bursts, burn injuries, or a fire.