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Leprosy Still Occurs in U.S., CDC Reports

Leprosy, although quite rare, continues to appear in the United States, a new U.S. government study reports.
Universal Helmet Laws May Help Save Young Motorcyclists

A new study suggests that state laws requiring "universal" motorcycle helmet use -- instead of helmet laws just for certain ages -- may lower the rates of traumatic brain injuries in young riders.
Health Tip: Driving Safely at Night

It's more difficult to see at night than during the day, but there are things drivers can do to help keep travelers and pedestrians safe.
Health Tip: Watch the Road on Halloween

On Halloween, excited trick-or-treaters can pose significant hazards for drivers, especially in residential areas.
Airport Screening in West Africa Will Curb Ebola's Spread: Study

If passengers weren't screened before they boarded airplanes in the Ebola-affected countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, three people infected with Ebola would leave on international flights from any of those West African nations every month, a new analysis predicts.
Gut Microbes Tied to Jet Lag, Shift-Work Weight Gain

Disruptions in the human circadian clock can throw off microbes in the gut, potentially boosting the risk of obesity, a new study suggests.
Health Tip: Teach Kids About Pedestrian Safety

To help keep kids safe while they're walking to school, a friend's house or just around town, be sure to discuss pedestrian safety.
Health Tip: Installing a Child's Car Seat

Proper installation of a rear-facing car seat, recommended for all infants and children up to age 2, offers protection for your child in the event of a car crash.
Sudden Cardiac Death a Risk for Women Living Near Major Roads: Study

Women who live near major roads may be at increased risk for sudden cardiac death, a new study suggests.
New York's JFK Airport Begins Screening Passengers for Ebola

Kennedy International Airport in New York City started screening travelers from West Africa for Ebola on Saturday, the first of five major U.S. airports that will examine passengers for fever and other telltale signs of the disease.

 

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