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'Like a Forest Fire': How to Prevent Ebola From Spreading to U.S.

The Ebola virus is only a short plane ride from any city on Earth. But federal health officials say it’s not a big worry for most Americans.

Fist Bump Your Doctor? It May Be Less Germy

Could a fist bump be a cleaner, better way for people to greet each other, especially in germy hospitals?

Run for Your Life: 5 Minutes a Day May Be All You Need

Running as little as 5 to 10 minutes per day could greatly reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.

Hot or Not? We Decide in 100 Milliseconds

Researchers find that it takes us only a fraction of a second to size up someone’s looks and their personality based on a few facial features.

Two Americans Battle for Their Lives Against Ebola

Two Americans who got infected with Ebola virus as they were trying to save others with the disease are struggling for their lives in Liberia.

Two Americans Battle for Their Lives Against Ebola

Two Americans who got infected with Ebola virus as they were trying to save others with the disease are struggling for their lives in Liberia.

How Companies Tap Talents of Disabled Workers

A long-overlooked player in the American workplace is finally getting some extra attention: The disabled worker.

Why One Dad Wants to Ban Play Dates

The play date has become as much a part of childhood as homework and sleepovers, but one dad says the ritual is ruining kids.

'Incredibly Contagious': Two Americans Stricken With Ebola

An American doctor and an aid worker working for two charitable groups fighting Ebola in Liberia have both become infected with the deadly virus.

'Incredibly Contagious': Two Americans Stricken With Ebola

An American doctor and an aid worker working for two charitable groups fighting Ebola in Liberia have both become infected with the deadly virus.

Why Isn't There an AIDS Vaccine Yet?

Researchers have been working on an AIDS vaccine since the 1980s. So what's taking so long?

'Humble Family Man' Grapples With Ebola

Dr Kent Brantly, medical director for an Ebola care center in Liberia, is stable and in very serious condition after being diagnosed with the disease.

Second American Diagnosed With Ebola in Liberia

A second U.S. citizen working in Liberia has tested positive for the Ebola virus, a charitable organization working in the county said on Sunday.

'Hopeful': American Doctor With Ebola in Africa Now Stable

An American doctor infected with the deadly Ebola disease received intensive treatment Sunday in West Africa and was in stable condition.

Beach Blanket Ban: Oregon Proposes No Smoking on Coast

The rule would cover the more than 360 miles of Oregon's Pacific coast and follows a ban that took effect this year in state parks.

Nigerian Officials Race to Stop Spread of Ebola

The death of a man from Ebola in Nigeria has demonstrated how easily people can transport the disease via air travel, raising fears of a growing outbreak.

Engineering Students Build Prosthetic Arm for Young Boy

Docs With Guns Likely More 'Harmful Than Helpful'

Psychiatrists and mental health experts interviewed by NBC News didn’t see gun-toting doctors as a new trend.

Nigeria Fears Man Carried Ebola on Jet

Nigerian authorities say they are working to confirm what they fear is the country’s first case of Ebola, in a man who died after flying from Liberia.

Nigeria Fears Man Carried Ebola on Jet

Nigerian authorities say they are working to confirm what they fear is the country’s first case of Ebola, in a man who died after flying from Liberia.

'Unexpected': Dentist's Surprise at Teen's 232 Teeth

An Indian teenager suffering from a rare condition had 232 teeth removed by dental surgeons. The boy's father said he had experienced "burning pain".

Study: Acetaminophen Doesn't Help With Back Pain

A new study from Australia showed that the popular back-pain treatment didn’t show any signs of difference in pain levels, recovery time or sleep quality for consumers compared to a placebo sugar pill.

Team Owner Gets Prostate Exam During Seventh Inning Stretch

Baseball Team Owner Sings for a Good Cause

Gunman Opens Fire, Doctor Shoots Back

Husband Awoke From Surgery Without Penis: Lawsuit

"We intend to defend all counts aggressively," spokeswoman for Alabama hospital's parent company says.

New Database Tracks Lou Gehrig's Disease

Researchers have taken a first step towards understanding a terrifying and terrible disease – Lou Gehrig’s disease

Man Has 170-Pound Tumor Removed After 14 Years

After 14 years, a California man adjusts to life without the 170 pound tumor that nearly crippled him. KGET's Rachelle Murcia reports.

Too Few Kids Get HPV Vaccine, CDC Says

Too few kids are getting HPV vaccines that protect them from cervical cancer and cancers of the throat and mouth, CDC says.

CDC Lifts Limits on One Lab After Anthrax Flub

The CDC re-opened one of the high-level safety labs closed after an incident last month in which live anthrax samples were mistakenly sent out.


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