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In a statement, the family said her cause of death was "complications from a recent urinary tract infection."
A nine-month-old baby was diagnosed with sepsis — a rare and deadly illness caused by the body's reaction to some infections — after her parents heard her making strange noises.
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An MRI of the man's head revealed that the scan was the same as those as those seen in people with variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD).
The girl started showing symptoms three to four times a day while preparing for exams.
Officials with the city Health and Parks departments revealed that of the 26 raccoons found dead inside the park, two tested positive for canine distemper virus.
A strain of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria was found on a tampon the 16-year-old had used in the hours leading up to her death, Daily Mail reported.
A Colorado hospital warned former surgical patients of a possible viral infection due to unsterilized equipment.
Marquel Brumley's death came just a week after doctors told his family that the virus would clear on its own, reports said Wednesday.
The Johnson County Health Department said Tuesday that the three infants, all under a year old, are too young to be vaccinated for the disease.
Human papillomavirus, or HPV, might hide in the crevices of the tonsils until they cause head and neck cancer, even in people who seem otherwise healthy.