The latest news on Salmonella
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From leafy greens to homemade ice cream, consider where the danger lies and what you can do about it.
How to cope with depression when drugs don't work; a proposed link between low vitamin D and autism.
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Long-term drug use for ADHD; raw or locally produced milk.
Advantages of electronic medical records; making marathons and other races greener.
Officials react to the flu deaths of two teens; zapping salmonella and other bugs by irradiating food.
X-rays, ozone, and high pressure are among new options for stopping outbreaks salmonella.
In the midst of a massive salmonella outbreak, U.S. News speaks with a CDC food safety expert