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Panama is Happiest Place On Earth, Survey Finds

Panama is Happiest Place On Earth, Survey Finds

Panama is Happiest Place On Earth, Survey Finds

Panama is Happiest Place On Earth, Survey Finds

We Could Have Stopped Ebola, CDC Expert Says

The Ebola epidemic could have been stopped if the world had done even a little bit to build up a public health system in West Africa, an expert says.

Dr. Brantly Asks For 'Immediate Action' to Fight Ebola

During a Senate hearing, Dr. Kent Brantly stresses the importance of immediate action to fight the spread of Ebola.

Ebola as Serious a Threat as ISIS, Senator Says

The Ebola epidemic is as serious a threat as Islamic extremists, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander says.

Belly Up: Risky Form of Obesity Still Spreading

While BMI, a key measure for obesity, has stabilized, Americans' bellies have increased an inch over the last decade, a new study shows.

Belly Up: American Waistlines Are Still Expanding, Study Finds

While BMI, a key measure for obesity, has stabilized, Americans' bellies have increased an inch over the last decade, a new study shows.

Battlefield Ebola: Obama Reveals Plan for 'Global Threat'

Calling Ebola a global security threat, President Barack Obama said the U.S. will establish a military command center to fight it.

Obama Reveals Military Plan to Fight Ebola

President Barack Obama is expected to lay out a plan to use the U.S. military to fight the raging Ebola epidemic while visiting the CDC.

Battlefield Ebola: Obama Reveals Military Plan for Outbreak

Calling Ebola a global security threat, President Barack Obama said the U.S. will establish a military command center to fight it.

Watch Live: Obama Reveals Military Plan to Battle Ebola

President Barack Obama is expected to lay out a plan to use the U.S. military to fight the raging Ebola epidemic while visiting the CDC.

Peterson Problem: When Is Corporal Punishment Legal?

Parents can hit their children in all 50 states, and two-thirds say they have spanked their kids.

Ebola Survivor Praises Military Strike Against Virus

Dr. Kent Brantly, the U.S. medical missionary who survived Ebola, praised a new plan to use the U.S. military to fight the raging Ebola epidemic.

Ebola Survivor Praises Military Surge Against Virus

Dr. Kent Brantly, the U.S. medical missionary who survived Ebola, praised a new plan to use the U.S. military to fight the raging Ebola epidemic.

Watch Live: Senate Ebola Hearing

A Senate committee holds a hearing on Ebola. Dr. Kent Brantly is expected to appear.

U.S. Troops Won't Have Direct Contact With Ebola Patients

Obama is set to announce up to 3,000 U.S. troops will deploy to West Africa, and they will help dole out supplies and work with health-care workers.

One in Five Men Admits Hitting His Wife or Girlfriend

Close to one in five men admits he has hit, slapped, kicked or otherwise attacked a wife or girlfriend, researchers say.

'Unparalleled' Crisis: Ebola Death Toll Now Tops 2,500

The Ebola outbreak is “unparalleled" in modern times,” the World Health Organization said as the death toll climbed to 2,500 dead and 5,000 infected.

Battlefield Ebola: Obama to Send 3,000 Troops to Africa

President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later Tuesday.

Nurse Accused of 'Unsolicited' Sex With Heart Patient

A nurse entered a medicated heart patient's hospital room and “initiated unsolicited sexual relations, including intercourse,” a lawsuit alleges.

Risky Rides: One in Five Parents Endangers Kids in Cars

One in five parents of young children admits “bending the rules” when carpooling, letting children ride without car seats and even seatbelts.

Aid Surge: Obama to Pledge Millions to Fight Ebola

President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later Tuesday.

One in Five Men Admits Hitting His Wife or Girlfriend

Close to one in five men admits he has hit, slapped, kicked or otherwise attacked a wife or girlfriend, researchers say.

Teens Create Tampon-Themed Video Game

Is the world ready for a video game about menstruation? Two high-school girls think so.

One in Five Men Admits To Hitting Wives, Girlfriends

Close to one in five men admits he has hit, slapped, kicked or otherwise attacked a wife or girlfriend, researchers say.

Are Hospitals Part of the Ebola Problem?

It may be time to take a whole new approach to fighting Ebola, moving patients away from hospitals to special containment units, experts say.

Royal Siblings: What's the Ideal Age Gap Between Kids?

Siblings close in age are a royal tradition, but is it better to have children spaced closer together, or farther apart?

Doctor Dies of Ebola After Failed Evacuation Bid

Sierra Leone had requested funds from WHO to transport Dr. Olivet Buck to Europe, saying the country could not afford to lose another doctor.

Texas Girl's Obesity Battle Spotlights a Silent Crisis

The parents of a Texas girl fighting medically induced obesity fear others with adrenal insufficiency won’t get the right treatment in emergencies.

6 Ways to Fight Jet Lag (Be Awake to Enjoy the Trip!)

Fatigue, impaired memory, inability to concentrate … all symptoms of jet lag, all no fun -- but here are tips to trick your internal clock.


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