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Northeast is best, south the worst; men and young adults also more frequent victims
An interactive look at the maze of federal agencies regulating a typical meal.
In the midst of a massive salmonella outbreak, U.S. News speaks with a CDC food safety expert
Feds deploy social-networking tools to warn the public about massive outbreak.
Fewer cases so far suggest a mild flu season, officials say
Retailers call people who bought suspect peanut products.
CDC reports decline in two-thirds of the country
Number tripled from 1996 to 2006, to nearly two-thirds of surgeries
Much of the work involves older homes, but lead paint wasn't banned until 1978
Meanwhile, U.S. officials say illnesses linked to tainted peanut butter products seem to be declining