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Medieval Potion Kills Superbug Better Than Antibiotic

A little garlic, a little onion, a little ... ox gall? This 1,000-year-old recipe seems to kill germs, researchers confirm.








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U.S. Boosts New Ebola Drug

The U.S. government says it will help develop a new Ebola drug - one of five drugs that are being tested against the deadly virus.








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Safe but Inadequate: Tylenol Flunks Back Pain Test

Tylenol and other products containing acetaminophen do little or nothing to help lower back pain or arthritis, a new report finds.








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Ten Years After Terri Schiavo, Death Debates Still Divide

America, both young and old, still needs to try harder not to avoid talking about death - and one's wishes in the final days, a bioethicist asserts.








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Guess Your Age? 3-D Facial Scan Beats Doctor's Exam

Scientists say a 3-D analysis of wrinkles and other signs of aging can reveal a person's physiological age based only on an image of his or her face.








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Patient Considers Fighting Cancer With Polio

An Oregon man considers Polio injection to treat terminal cancer. Pat Dooris reports.








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Why Do Older People Have Big Ears?

As we age, our ears continue to grow.








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Teens Who 'Sip' Alcohol as Kids More Apt to Binge: Study

Those early tastes of beer or wine may leave a troubling legacy as young sippers are more prone than peers to binge drink in high school, researchers say.








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Boys and Girls Balance Out at Conception, Study Says

Scientists have known for centuries that more boys than girls are born, but newly published research suggests the numbers are equal at conception.








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New Strain of Enterovirus May Have Caused Mystery Paralysis

A new strain of the polio-like EV-D68 may be causing the rare and mystifying cases of muscle weakness affecting some kids.








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Being Poor Affects Kids' Brains: Study

Children raised in poor households have clear differences in the physical structures of their brains compared to wealthier children.








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Monsanto Rep Claims Product Isn't Harmful But Still Won't Drink It

In the middle of an interview where he was claiming that the pesticide glyphosate was not causing cancer, a Monsanto rep still refused to sample the product saying "I'm not stupid."








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U.S. Ebola Patient Improves

An American health worker being treated for Ebola has improved, the National Institutes of Health said Thursday.








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Liberia Urges Ebola Survivors to Stop Having Sex

The death of an Ebola-stricken woman in Liberia has prompted officials to urge survivors to abstain from sex temporarily.








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Is It OK to Eat Moldy Food?

You're famished for a bit of cheese, but you notice a blue spot on the chunk of cheddar in your fridge. Is it OK to slice off the bad part and eat the rest?








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Oklahoma Gets Its First Measles Case in 18 Years

The Oklahoma Health Department confirmed its first case of measles in 18 years and the infected person is an international traveler.








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Immune Therapy Offers Rare Hope for Ovarian Cancer

Researchers report on two possible new ways to help ovarian cancer patients live longer.








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Immune Therapy Offers Rare Hope for Ovarian Cancer

Researchers report on two possible new ways to help ovarian cancer patients live longer.








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Google, J&J Team Up to Build Robot Surgeons

Google is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room








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Could Better Screening Catch Suicidal Pilots?

Pilots rarely use their aircraft to commit suicide and even more rarely kill others along with themselves, experts say.








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