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The Power of Art in Hospital Patients' Recovery

Can a painting reduce pain or anxiety? Do patients with art in their environment heal faster? More and more hospitals think so.

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Ebola Death Rate Even Worse Than Predicted, WHO Says

There could be 20,000 cases of Ebola infection by November with 70 percent of patients dying, WHO says in a new forecast for the West Africa epidemic.

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Doctor Recovering From Ebola Got Experimental Drug

A medical missionary recovering from Ebola infection in Nebraska was given an experimental drug made by a Canadian company.

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Forget the NFL, What's Your Domestic Violence Policy?

In all likelihood, your boss does not know what to do about or is ducking the problem of domestic violence, bioethicist Art Caplan writes.

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Five Steps That Men Can Take to Avert Heart Attacks

Men who take just five healthy steps can reduce their odds of a heart attack by four-fifths, but just 1 percent of men do so voluntarily.

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How One Nurse Answered a Dying Mom's Prayer

When doctors told Tricia Somers that her cancer had spread, she turned to her nurse with an urgent question: "Can you raise my son if I die?"

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New Ebola Drug Okayed for Emergency Use

The Food and Drug Administration has okayed the emergency use of another experimental Ebola drug –this one made by a Canadian company called Tekmira.

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New Ebola Drug OK'd for Emergency Use

The Food and Drug Administration has OK'd the emergency use of another experimental Ebola drug -- this one made by a Canadian company called Tekmira.

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Officials Warn: Test Texas Newborns For Tuberculosis

Texas health officials warn parents of newborns born in Providence Memorial Hospital to test their babies for tuberculosis.

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Sierra Leone Wraps Three-Day Ebola Lockdown

Sierra Leone ends it's three day lockdown which was implemented to help isolate and treat Ebola victims.

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Ebola Burial Team Attacked in Sierra Leone

Health workers in Sierra Leone came under attack while trying to bury five Ebola victims, police said Saturday.

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Three Found Guilty in Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Trial

A jury convicted three people Friday in connection with a salmonella outbreak that prompted one of the largest U.S. food recalls.

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Violence Hotline Overwhelmed After Rice Video

When the video of Ray Rice punching his now-wife Janay in the face was leaked, the call volume to the National Domestic Violence Hotline was overwhelming.

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Spank Debate: Parents Say Punishment Made Them Better

The Adrian Peterson case is prodding some Americans to ponder: ‘If physical punishment from a parent is so damaging, why did it work on me?’

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Sierra Leone Begins Three-Day Ebola Lockdown

Thousands of health workers knocked on doors across Sierra Leone on Friday as a three-day lockdown began to fight the disease.

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Angelina Effect: Jolie's Surgery Prompts Cancer Tests

Angelina Jolie's decision to make public her double mastectomy more than doubled the number of women in Britain seeking to have genetic breast cancer tests.

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Eight Killed in Attack on Ebola Team in Guinea

Eight people, including three journalists, were killed in an attack on a team trying to educate locals on the risks of the Ebola virus in Guinea.

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Feeling Crowded? World Population Set to Explode Even More

Think the world is crowded now? The population will probably hit 11 billion by 2100, according to new estimates.

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Do Something About Those Superbugs, Obama Orders

President Barack Obama issued an executive order Thursday telling his administration to hurry up and do something about drug-resistant bacteria.

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Most Kids Who Died From Flu Had Skipped Vaccine

Half of Americans are still failing to get vaccinated against influenza, even though it kills thousands every year, health experts said Thursday.



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