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The CDC has confirmed the first case of monkey disease in California

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of monkey disease in California, a patient who recently traveled to Europe in Sacramento County. Sacramento County public health officials said earlier this week that the confirmation was “possible” based on symptoms. The health care provider warned the county of the suspicious incident …

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The CDC has confirmed the first case of monkey smallpox in California

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of monkey disease in California, a patient who recently traveled to Europe in Sacramento County. Sacramento County public health officials said earlier this week that the confirmation was “possible” based on symptoms. The health care provider warned the county of the suspicious incident …

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The story of a trip to Sacramento County

Sacramento County public health officials are investigating a “probable” case of the smallpox virus while traveling in Europe, officials said Tuesday morning. The patient still needs a confirmation test from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Department of Public Health, but officials say the confirmation of smallpox is probably based on …

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Map: Where has the smallpox been identified so far? | infographic news

The World Health Organization (WHO) says it expects more cases to be detected in countries where smallpox is still undiagnosed. Between May 13 and May 21, at least 92 laboratory-confirmed cases and 28 suspected cases of smallpox were reported to the WHO from 12 countries where the virus is not endemic. In non-endemic countries, a …

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Map: Where has the smallpox been identified so far? | infographic news

The World Health Organization (WHO) says it expects more cases to be detected in countries where smallpox is still undiagnosed. Between May 13 and May 21, at least 92 laboratory-confirmed cases and 28 suspected cases of smallpox were reported to the WHO from 12 countries where the virus is not endemic. In non-endemic countries, a …

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Genetically modified tomatoes to provide more vitamin D.

Editor’s note: Subscribe to CNN, but better: Mediterranean style. Our eight-part guide will show you a delicious, expert nutrition lifestyle that will help you stay healthy throughout your life. CNN – Fish and dairy products are the best dietary sources of vitamin D, and those who follow a plant-based diet struggle to get enough of …

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Genetically modified tomatoes to provide more vitamin D.

Editor’s note: Subscribe to CNN, but better: Mediterranean style. Our eight-part guide will show you a delicious, expert nutrition lifestyle that will help you stay healthy throughout your life. CNN – Fish and dairy products are the best dietary sources of vitamin D, and those who follow a plant-based diet struggle to get enough of …

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In 2003, a man who survived smallpox in Wisconsin reported an epidemic

The World Health Organization meets daily to determine the next steps in the control of smallpox. Cases have been confirmed in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Sweden, Italy and the United States. Cases in Canada and Spain are also being investigated. Wisconsin struggled with its onset of the disease 20 years ago. In Wisconsin, cases have …

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