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A Connecticut teen forced to undergo chemotherapy for her cancer has finished that treatment and says she expects to be released from the hospital.






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One scientist has a bold, new theory for why an estimated 3,500 babies a year succumb to SIDS — a mysterious and traumatic condition.






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The bill would prevent adolescents from smoking, buying or possessing both traditional and electronic cigarettes.






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Federal officials are asking communities around the country to look for drug-abuse-fueled outbreaks of the AIDS virus.






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Minnesota's declared a state of emergency because of bird flu, which has struck more than 40 poultry farms in the state.






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An experimental malaria vaccine only protects about a third of children from malaria, but it could still save millions of lives, researchers say.






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A 25-year-old nurse found herself in the middle of a medical drama in the air when passengers began to fall ill on board a SkyWest Airlines flight.






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Jerome Hamon had suffered from a rare disease known as neurofibromatosis.






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Cobie Smulders' fictional fights have paled in comparison to the one the actress says she endured in real life.






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City air pollution could hurt your brain, Harvard researchers suggested Thursday.






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Heavy drinking is on the rise in many parts of the U.S. - up more than 17 percent since 2005, researchers say. And rates are rising faster for women.






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The Dr. Oz Show is actually "not a medical show" but will no longer use words like "miracle," Dr. Mehmet Oz told NBC News in an exclusive interview.






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Chinese scientists have caused an uproar by trying to permanently edit the DNA of human embryos, raising the specter of eugenics.






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People scared to speak in public are often coached to imagine the audience all wearing underwear. Maybe virtually stripping down could help even more.






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Vaccine laws in other states may be toughened, observers agree, if California strips parents' rights to exempt their kids from immunizations.






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The physician and TV personality slams his critics and responds to their critiques.






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Do mosquitoes come straight to you? Are you the one covered in itchy red welts? You may be able to blame your genes.






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A tweaked version of an experimental Ebola drug can save monkeys already sick with fever from the virus, researchers reported Wednesday.






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The H5N2 virus that's spreading among poultry is a new mutant, and it will take some strong measures to fight it.






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The avian flu outbreak that has spread in 12 states is taking its toll on more than just the thousands of birds that have been destroyed.






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