Since its last update on April 19, 12 more illnesses have been reported, the CDC said.
Heather Blackburn-Beel was 38 years old when she died from colon cancer, an example of a troubling rise of the cancer's incidence in young adults.
Burrage is scheduled to have two more surgeries in what is believed to be the first such case in the military branch.
The renowned botanist and ecologist passed away while listening to Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" at the Life Circle clinic in Basel.
The FDA post came a day after Bloomberg reported that more than 400 patients in 45 states were having trouble finding EpiPens and similar devices.
Specialists estimate the condition affects about five of every 100,000 people worldwide each year, often because of a head injury, but it is often misdiagnosed.
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It's been less than a year since the last incidence of Ebola in the central African country. Eight people were infected and four of them died.
New report says prostate cancer screening may make sense for some men between the ages of 55 and 69, including those at higher than average risk because of a family history of prostate or related cancers or because they are African American
On Monday, the company said that within the next 60 days, Walmart and Sam's Club will restrict initial acute opioid prescriptions to no more than a seven-day supply.
Doctors who die by suicide often have untreated or undertreated depression or other mental illnesses, a fact that underscores the need for early diagnosis and treatment.
In a large study, Swedish researchers found that eating nuts three or more times a week was associated with an 18% lower chance of having AFib. It also helped cut the odds of heart failure.
A new survey finds nearly half of Americans reporting they feel alone, isolated, or left out at least some of the time.
An experimental automated system called "DRESS" might someday help Alzheimer's patients to dress themselves without a human assistant.
The new nutrition information is meant to reflect current scientific knowledge, including the link between diet and chronic diseases such as obesity and heart disease, according to the FDA.