The CDC investigation into a cluster of Listeria infections suggests that patients were infected by the same food but CDC has yet to determine the exact source. Of the 29 confirmed cases that span several states, four have resulted in death. Click here for CDC Press Release





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STATES MAY PROVIDE SCHIP COVERAGE FOR PRENATAL CARE

New Rule to Expand Health Care Coverage for Babies, Mothers

HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson today issued a new regulation allowing states to use the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) to provide health coverage for prenatal care and delivery to mothers and their unborn children -- helping to ensure that low-income mothers have healthy pregnancies and that their babies are born healthy and strong.



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