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Feb. 15 (UPI) --A French health official confirmed the first coronavirus death in Europe on Saturday as the global death toll reached over 1,500. An 80-year-old Chinese tourist died of the virus in a hospital in France, French Health Minister Agnese Buzyn said, confirming the first death from the re

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Police took a 6-year-old girl to a mental health facility in Florida because she was 'out of control' at school
(CNN)A 6-year-old special needs girl in Florida was involuntarily committed to a mental health facility because she was "out of control" at school, according to a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office incident report. Authorities were called to the Love Grove Elementary School last week after the girl, Nadi   CNN  
Do little kids need 'toddler milk?': Here is what to know
It's common practice that babies who are formula-fed switch to cow's milk around their first birthdays. For breast milk-fed babies, that transition usually happens either after the baby's first birthday or whenever mom starts to wean. However, in recent years, more parents are opting for "toddler mi   ABC  
Coronavirus: Europe reports first death; over 1,500 deaths globally
Feb. 15 (UPI) --A French health official confirmed the first coronavirus death in Europe on Saturday as the global death toll reached over 1,500. An 80-year-old Chinese tourist died of the virus in a hospital in France, French Health Minister Agnese Buzyn said, confirming the first death from the re   UPI.com  
Second Arizona child dies of flu this season
YUMA COUNTY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – The flu has killed another Arizona child, this time in Yuma County. The Arizona Department of Health Services confirmed the death Friday, but no details were available. The first reported pediatric flu death of the season was a Maricopa County baby who was too young to   MSN  
6-year-old Florida student sent to mental health facility for 48 hours after alleged tantrums at school
A 6-year-old Florida student was sent to a mental health facility under the Baker Act on Feb. 4 after a series of alleged outbursts at school, and authorities and her family said she was kept there for 48 hours. Now her mother is speaking out about the incident, saying the entire situation was avoid   ABC  
Coronavirus: U.S. to evacuate Americans from cruise ship docked in Japan
Feb. 15 (UPI) --Americans quarantined on board a cruise ship at a Japanese port will be evacuated to the United States this weekend, the U.S. State Department said. Officials said the citizens will be flown back to the United States on Sunday and will be quarantined another 14 days at either Travis   UPI.com  
A cancer patient's daughter left a message of hope in the snow
A snowfall in northern Ohio inspired a cancer patient's daughter to write a message to her mom in the fresh snow outside her hospital room. Michele Schambach, 65, arrived at the Cleveland Clinic from Guatemala on Wednesday hoping for more advanced treatment for her aggressive brain cancer. This was   MSN  
Coronavirus death toll mounts in China as U.S. braces for long fight
The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the new coronavirus, which has killed nearly 1,400 people and is still spreading in China, could be around for at least another year. The outbreak has affected almost 50,000 people worldwide. There are 15 confirmed cases in the U.S   CBS News  
Coronavirus Outbreak: IBM Pulls Out From RSA Conference In San Francisco Citing Health Concerns
IBM cancels its participation from RSA Conference 2020 Due to the coronavirus outbreak, IBM decides to pull out Seven other exhibitors cancelled their participation IBM took to Twitter to announce that it will not send its representatives to the RSA Conference 2020 due to the recent coronavirus (COV   International Business Times  
Ohio flu-related hospital visits still rising
Nearly 1,000 Ohioans spent time in the hospital last week with flu-related symptoms, the highest recorded this flu season. The 994 hospitalizations from Feb. 2 - 8 marks a new high for the 2019-2020 flu season and a 19% increase over the previous week, according to the Ohio Department of Health. The   MSN