Legionella-related illnesses are on the rise in Michigan, state health officials are warning, due largely to the record high temperatures being reported nationwide.
Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal has filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors for allegedly contributing to the nationwide “opioid epidemic” that now kills more people each year in the U.S. than breast cancer.
The federal government is gifting Illinois $4.1 million to renovate a veterans home where a 2015 outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease claimed the lives of 13 people.
Federal health officials have determined that tainted canal water near romaine lettuce growing fields in Yuma, Arizona, is the likely source of a rare strain of E. coli that has sickened at least 210 people across 36 states, killing 5.
U.S. health officials continue to investigate a multistate outbreak of the bacterium cyclospora cayetanensis associated with Del Monte vegetable trays, and the case count is up to at least 144 illnesses.
At least 200 women who went to USC are currently participating in individual and class action lawsuits against the university, alleging that it failed to properly handle sexual assault complaints against former campus gynecologist, Dr. George Tyndall.
A group of 15 USC alumni have filed a class action lawsuit against the university, alleging that it failed to protect them from the sexual misconduct of Dr. George Tyndall, USC’s former campus gynecologist.