Madeline Farber, Fox News

Madeline Farber

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Woman with severe eczema said sheets were filled with dead skin each morning: It was 'like a sandpit'

A 23-year-old British woman with eczema says the skin condition “was controlling life” and affecting her mental health after steroid-based creams failed to alleviate her severe symptoms. → Read More

Construction worker saves toddler choking on coin: 'I am so thankful'

A British construction worker is being hailed a hero after he saved the life of a young girl choking on a coin. → Read More

Norovirus outbreak temporarily closes Wisconsin elementary school: officials

A suspected norovirus outbreak has temporarily closed an elementary school in Wisconsin, school officials said this week. → Read More

Maine sees first flu death of season, state health officials say

Maine health officials this week announced the state’s first flu death of the 2019-2020 season. → Read More

Alaska teen becomes state’s first vaping-related illness case

A teenager in Alaska has officially become the state’s first case of e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury, or EVALI. Until now, The Last Frontier was the only state without a reported case of the vaping-related illness, health officials said this week. → Read More

Arkansas reports additional flu deaths

At least two more people in Arkansas have died from the flu, bringing the state's total amount of flu-related deaths so far this year to six, according to state health officials. → Read More

Case of monkeypox confirmed in England after patient had traveled to Nigeria: officials

At least one person in England has been diagnosed with a rare viral infection known as monkeypox, Public Health England (PHE) confirmed on Wednesday. → Read More

Kansas hospital dresses newborns as 'Frozen' characters, adorable photos show

Elsa, Anna, and Olaf were recently spotted in one Kansas hospital's maternity ward after newborns there were dressed up as the beloved “Frozen” characters. → Read More

Fuji recalls sushi sold at Trader Joe’s, 7 Eleven over listeria concerns

Fuji Food Products, Inc. has announced a recall of its ready-to-eat sushi, as well as spring rolls and salads, sold at Trader Joe’s, 7 Eleven, Walgreens and more popular stores across the East Coast and Upper Midwest over concerns the products are contaminated with listeria. → Read More

In-use makeup products, namely blending sponges, crawling with infectious bacteria: study

From mascara to blending sponges, the makeup products you are currently using are likely crawling with infectious bacteria that could cause skin infections and blood poisoning, according to a new study. → Read More

Surgeons remove chunk of woman's skull to reduce brain swelling after car runs red light, plows into her

Doctors were forced to remove a large part of a British woman’s skull after she was hit by a car while crossing the street. → Read More

Woman battling anorexia says girls' trip saved her life

A 20-year-old British woman who battled anorexia for two years credits a girls' trip for saving her life. → Read More

More than 75,000 pounds of salad products recalled over E.coli concerns

A New Jersey company is calling back more than 75,000 pounds of salad products because they may be contaminated with E. coli, federal health officials said this week. → Read More

German shepherd stuck in 'perpetual puppyhood' due to rare genetic condition

A purebred German Shepherd will forever be puppy-sized due to a genetic condition. → Read More

Colorado school district closes more than 40 schools due to 'unprecedented spread' of contagious stomach bug

A school district in Colorado recently said that a massive illness outbreak has forced it to temporarily close all of its schools. → Read More

Fresh Thyme blackberries linked to hepatitis A outbreak in 3 states: officials

A hepatitis A outbreak that’s affecting residents in at least three states – Indiana, Nebraska and Wisconsin – is possibly linked to fresh blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. → Read More

Suicide is leading cause of death in Ohio preteens, officials say

Suicide is the leading cause of death among Ohio children ages 10 to 14, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s report released this month on suicide rates in the state. → Read More

Man’s bedding was making him sick in odd case of 'feather duvet lung'

A man was diagnosed with "feather duvet lung" after he had trouble breathing for three months. → Read More

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life'

A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an effort to help other babies in need. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 'significant increase' in E. coli cases: state health officials

Wisconsin health officials late last week announced a “significant increase” in the number of Escherichia coli, or E. coli, cases in the state. → Read More