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Four family members of the first confirmed Ebola patient in the US have been ordered to stay at home as a precautionary measure.
"It's still an if. This is not a 'for sure' thing."
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The West African epidemic lands stateside
Surprising twists on the vitamin-A packed seasonal superfood
Officials are monitoring at least a dozen people, including five children, but that number will likely increase
Older adults who suffer an impaired olfactory sense are more likely to die within five years, say researchers
Ebola's toll includes children who lose their parents to the disease. One charity is coming up with a solution.
"Nothing can be allowed to delay this work"
Girls allowed to choose between free contraceptive methods had 76% fewer abortions than their peers in the general population — and most chose IUDs
Researchers say certain personality traits, like jealousy, worry, anxiety and anger, can double a woman’s chances of developing Alzheimer’s
The Dallas patient is the 13th patient in the U.S. tested by the CDC
Texas officials are scrambling to trace Ebola patient's contacts after he was sent home from the hospital
His sister identified him
Health officials assure the public that only friends and family of the first patient are at serious risk
Experts are tracking anyone who could have come in contact with the first patient to be diagnosed in the U.S.
When I was diagnosed at 40, Betty Ford, Betsey Johnson and Sheryl Crow stepped in
Snooze, or skip it?
An even more effective vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer, may be on the horizon, according to new research published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. Merck announced that it’s investigating a 9-valent HPV vaccine that protects against nine total types of HPV—five more than the current one on the market.…