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But other experts doubt that a herpes infection could cause the brain disease
Chromium, styrene implicated in preliminary study
Australian doctors say they've made a breakthrough in the area of heart transplants that could save the lives of many more patients.
New York City doctor Craig Spencer was diagnosed with Ebola after his return from Guinea working with Doctors Without Borders.
Girls' risk of being overweight may be more than tripled, study finds
Yale team foresees 90,000 deaths in one Liberian county alone by Dec. 15
Study focuses on macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in older Americans
No threat foreseen from public sniffles, coughs
Reliving the death of a loved one can help survivors, researchers say
But cesarean rates vary widely across the country
Assured Brand Naproxen Sodium Tablets Recalled
President Barack Obama has taken heat for picking former White House aide Ronald Klain -- someone without any medical or public health credentials -- to coordinate the federal government's response to Ebola.
Survey conducted prior to implementation of Affordable Care Act, however
But experts find the study too small, problem too rare to be of concern
Americans need fewer trans and saturated fats, and more omega-3 fatty acids
Emailing pics of eczema lesions to physicians worked nearly as well as in-person visits, researchers say
But many were happy with their own doctors, researchers report
Expectant parents can be reassured by findings, researchers say
Kent Brantly, the first person to be treated for and recover from Ebola in the U.S., donated his blood -- and the potentially lifesaving proteins it contains -- to treat other Ebola patients.
Getting rid of extra pounds has long been a goal for people who want to improve their health and appearance. But a different type of fat -- called brown fat -- may help us lose weight.
Travelers will have to take own temperatures, report to local health departments for 21-day incubation period
Skin care products may also boost absorption of BPA, study finds
2.5 million beeps, bleeps sounded in one month at one U.S. medical center
Others cut back on food, medicines trying to cover costs, studies found
Researchers say many products with banned substances for sale six months later
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may help ease depressive symptoms along with antidepressants, new research suggests.
Utility Workers Face Charges for Not Testing Water for Brain-Eating Amoeba
After two weeks of treatment at Nebraska Medical Center, hospital says Ashoka Mukpo can go home to Rhode Island
Fertilization occurs in the vagina, instead of petri dish, researchers say
Never eat them dry, especially if you have swallowing problems, expert says
WebMD discusses how to make your makeup last if you have dry skin.
Study didn't find same effect in young women or teens of either sex
WebMD discusses how to make makeup last on oily skin.
A group of doctors and scientists say a paralyzed man has been able to walk again after surgery in which nerve cells from his nasal cavity were transplanted into his spinal cord.
Success rates for in vitro fertilization were half those of white women
Large study finds no association, although certain shots might speed onset of existing illness
Ban Most Edible Pot Products: CO Health Officials
Uninsured Still Know Little About Health Law As 2nd Enrollment Period Draws Near
Reduced lung function seen in children at age 4, study says
Air-particle levels in smoking households almost 10 times higher than nonsmoking homes
More Plans Setting Spending Limits For Some Medical Services
Full body suits, respirators now recommended, along with monitor to observe workers removing gear
Testing would-be passengers in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone could spot 3 cases of disease a month
Having health insurance also associated with better readings
Study estimated a 10 percent increased risk of impulsive gambling, shopping and hypersexuality
Taking drug in addition to chemotherapy also reduces risk of cancer recurrence
The FDA has approved six brand-name drugs to help men get an erection. But it has yet to green-light a drug -- a “pink Viagra” -- to help women distressed about their lack of libido.
Study suggests male beverage consumption affects in vitro fertilization results
Study finds that liquid drugs are the most commonly misused at home
Implantable eye device shows promise in preliminary trial, researchers say
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