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Seeking Death: 'Suicide Tourism' to Switzerland Doubles

More than 600 people traveled to Switzerland to die between 2008 and 2012, and the numbers doubled over those years.

Deadliest Strain: Drug Cures Ebola Cousin in Monkeys

A new drug cured monkeys infected with Marburg virus even after they began showing symptoms, researchers say.

Guru Who Took Yoga Mainstream Dies at 95

An Indian yoga guru credited with making the practice popular in the United States has died aged 95, the country's prime minister said.

Blood Transfusions Stop Strokes in Sickle-Cell Kids

Regular blood transfusions can prevent “silent” strokes in kids with sickle cell disease, doctors report.

Civilian PTSD: Research on Wars, Jet Ordeal Might Help

Vast military research — aided by such new studies as a look at a sky-high brush with death — may help the many civilians suffering from PTSD.

Deadliest Strain: Drug Cures Ebola Cousin in Monkeys

A new drug cured monkeys infected with Marburg virus even after they began showing symptoms, researchers say.

Sacramento Hospital On Ebola Alert

A patient showing possible Ebola symptoms is isolated at a Sacramento hospital. KCRA's Kathy Park reports.

Worst Baby Names of the Year

Albino, Craven, Kouture and (unfortunately) more: At the bottom of the official name list are some names that are rare for a good reason.

Bedbugs Close Down Movie Theater

City officials in Lodi, California say a local movie theater was made aware of a possible bedbug infestation weeks before it was shut down to clean-up a severe infestation. KCRA's Claire Doan reports.

Bedbugs Closedown Movie Theater

City officials in Lodi, California say a local movie theater was made aware of a possible bedbug infestation weeks before it was shut down to clean-up a severe infestation. KCRA's Claire Doan reports.

Aide Caught on Camera Abusing Stroke Victim

Disturbing video captured by surveillance cameras shows a home health care aide abusing a 78-year-old Queens stroke victim.

Liberian Soldiers Seal Slum to Halt Ebola

Members of Liberia's Ebola Task Force enforced a quarantine on the West Point slum in Monrovia.

Patient Tested for Ebola in California

Patient Tested for Deadly Ebola at California Hospital

The patient has been put in isolation and is being assessed by specialists at the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center in Sacramento.

Peanut Butter Recalled for Salmonella Risk

They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills peanut butters and MaraNatha almond butters and peanut butters.

Peanut Butter Recalled for Salmonella Risk

They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills peanut butters and MaraNatha almond butters and peanut butters.

Fresh Direct: How Farms' Extra Crops Feed the Hungry

An initiative in coastal Maine delivers crops that would otherwise go to waste to families in need.

Good Neighbors Are Good for Your Health

A new study out about your health and your neighbors delivers good news to neighbors who get along.

Liberian Child With Suspected Ebola Clings to Life

Saah Exco was one of the patients pulled out of a center for people suspected of contracting Ebola when the facility was overrun on Saturday.

Ebola Fighting Robots Head To Africa

Two germ-fighting robots, able to rapidly disinfect a room with UV light, are on their way to Liberia to help combat spread of Ebola. WIS's Will Whitson reports.

Ebola-Like Symptoms Puts Hospital on Alert

A New Mexico woman, who had recently been in Sierra Leone, is in isolation with Ebola-like symptoms as doctors say the move is from "abundance of caution". KOB's Caleb James reports.

Ebola-Like Symptoms Puts Hospital on Alert

A New Mexico woman, who had recently been in Sierra Leone, is in isolation with Ebola-like symptoms as doctors say the move is from "abundance of caution". KOB's Caleb James reports.

Ebola Toll Rises, but There's Some Hope

More than 1,200 people have died from Ebola in West Africa, the World Health Organization reported Tuesday, but it said there are some signs of hope.

The Dark Side of Being a Super Parent

New research suggests a dark side to the “Super Parent” — pressure so great it can create stress that contributes to mental disorders.

Life or Death: Who Gets Experimental Ebola Drugs?

As limited supplies of experimental Ebola drugs arrive in Liberia, thorny questions remain that could determine the difference between life and death.

'Nightly' Viewer Sends Young Girl Losing Vision on Dream Trip

Lilly’s doctors believe she has Usher syndrome, a rare degenerative disorder that causes both hearing and vision loss.

Four Charged in Connection With Massive Beef Recall

Federal grand jury alleges Rancho Feeding Corp. workers slaughtered cows with cancer and distributed the diseased cattle.

No Best Friend? You're Not the Only One, Study Finds

A recent study from the United Kingdom says one in 10 people has no close friends — but that might not be as bleak as it sounds.

U.N. Starts Polio Vaccination in Iraq

The United Nations said Monday it was undertaking a polio vaccination campaign in Iraq as the virus crosses from Syria into neighboring countries.

Mom's 'Ignore No More' App Can Lock Kids' Phones

Getting the silent treatment from your kids? A new app lets you lock their phone until they respond.


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