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Tainted Peanut Butter Sold in Michigan

Tainted peanut butter linked to sicknessSCDN Graphics Department. The FDA is warning Michigan residents to check their peanut butter after an outbreak of Salmonella linked to a popular brand of peanut butter has sickened Americans in multiple states.
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'Good Morning America' Anchor and Her Kids Come Down With COVID-19

Good Morning America anchor Ginger Zee revealed on Friday that she and both of her children have tested positive for COVID-19. She posted photos of their positive tests on Instagram, and announced that she will be out of work for a while to prevent spreading the virus to anyone else on the GMA staff. However, she told fans that she is "feeling tired and stuffy but ok."
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Hot Dogs Recalled for Unexpected Reason

We here at PopCulture.com have a fairly constant finger on the pulse when it comes to food recalls. Whether on their own volition or by government order, companies regularly pull items for serious risks such as failure to disclose allergens, foreign matter contamination or salmonella risks. However, this just-issued hot dog recall has reasoning one we rarely see.
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Third possible case of monkeypox found in the U.S.

ATLANTA, May 22 (Reuters) - Health authorities said they may have found a third case of the monkeypox virus in the United States and are running tests on a patient in South Florida to confirm if the person has contracted the disease, which is staging a rare outbreak outside of Africa.
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Cases are high and winter is coming. We need to stop ignoring COVID

In a poll conducted by the Guardian in August of 2021 about the number of deaths Australians would be willing to accept as restrictions eased, only 3% of respondents felt that 5,000 or more COVID-related deaths per year would be acceptable. Sadly we have surpassed that milestone in the first four months of this year alone. Each day, an average of 45,000 Australians are reporting cases of COVID, a number that is rising and likely a substantial underestimate. Yet where are the sensible public health measures to stem the tide of illness and death? ...
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Monkeypox is something ‘everybody should be concerned about’ and ‘would be consequential,’ if it spreads, says President Biden

That’s President Joe Biden on Sunday commenting on rising cases of monkeypox, which have been identified in Europe and recently the U.S. Biden made his remarks about the virus, which is contagious and causes a rash akin to chickenpox, to reporters at Osan Air Base in South Korea, amid a presidential tour of Asia, the Associated Press reported.
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