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A Texas company this week recalled all its frozen desserts. Blue Bell Creameries took the action after finding that multiple company plants are contaminated with listeria bacteria.

A study published this week suggests that people with sleep apnea may develop memory and thinking problems sooner than those who breathe normally when they sleep. A government survey shows that U.

A study published this week found that some samples of breast milk bought online may contain cow's milk, too. Other new research looked at the risks and benefits of intense exercise for older adults.

(InteliHealth) -- Health officials this week announced a new threat from drug-resistant bacteria in the United States. The infection is caused by Shigella sonnei bacteria.

Actress Angelina Jolie announced this week that she has had her ovaries removed to prevent cancer. She had her breasts removed two years ago for the same reason.

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