Demanding answers during a townhall meeting with company officials, dozens of locals say their homes and cars were coated with dust after Wednesday’s blast, which was strong enough to register as a magnitude 1.7 earthquake.
With an antibiotic-resistant “superbug” outbreak connected to its facility, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center stopped short of pointing a finger at the manufacturer of a medical instrument believed to have spread the deadly germs.
Bats have very small teeth, and their bites could go unnoticed.
At least two patients have died and seven more have been infected after being exposed to a drug-resistant superbug at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center.
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While much of the attention in the ongoing measles outbreak has focused on student vaccination requirements and exemptions, less attention has been paid to another group in the nation’s classrooms: Teachers and staff members, who, by and large, are not required to be vaccinated.
Covered California hopes to get 500,000 additional California residents enrolled.
A measles outbreak centered in California has sparked a national debate over parents who choose not to vaccinate their children.
There have now been more than 90 confirmed cases of measles in California.
Los Angeles County is alerting physicians and hospitals to be on the lookout for patients with symptoms of a rare mosquito-borne virus.
It’s the 78th reported case reported nationwide with almost 90 percent of all cases in California.
Measles is contagious from approximately four days before the rash first appears through four days after the rash appears.
Symptoms begin with a cough, runny nose, red watery eyes and a pink rash all over the body.
A number of Disney employees have contracted the measles virus, even though some of them say they had previously received vaccination.
While measles were declared virtually eradicated in the United States by 2000, roughly 60-70 cases will still occur every year.