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42 States Reporting Respiratory Virus That Targets Kids

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About 100 People Being Monitored for Ebola in Texas

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Blacks Respond Better to German Measles Vaccine, Study Contends

Breast Milk a Risk for Spreading Common Virus to Preemies, Study Finds

CDC Clarifies Treatment Policies for Ebola Workers

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CDC Lab Worker Has No Sign of Ebola Infection, Agency Says

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CDC Monitoring Those Who Had Contact With Ebola Patient

CDC Monitors Lab Worker for Possible Ebola Exposure

CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients

CDC: 3rd Suspected MERS Case Was False Alarm

Cold Sore Virus Active Without Symptoms, Study Finds

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Dallas Ebola Patient Has Died, Hospital Says

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Dengue Fever Vaccine Shows Some Promise in Trial

Docs Offer Advice for Combating Respiratory Virus That's Striking Kids

Doctor With Ebola Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

Doctor With Ebola Coming to U.S. for Treatment

Doctor With Ebola Dies at Nebraska Hospital

Drug for Ebola-Like Virus Shows Promise in Monkeys

Early Study Offers Hope for an Ebola Vaccine

Ebola Anxiety: A Bigger Threat Now Than the Virus Itself

Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million in Months, CDC Predicts

Ebola Epidemic in Liberia Could End by June, Study Predicts

Ebola Focus Shrinks to About 50 People in Texas

Ebola Nurse From Dallas Transferred to Atlanta Medical Center

Ebola or Not? Rapid Test for the Virus Not Here Yet

Ebola Outbreak in Liberia May Be Slowing: WHO

Ebola Outbreak Still Not Under Control: Officials

Ebola Patient in Dallas Hospital Takes Turn for Worse

Ebola Threat Diminishing in West Africa, Officials Say

Ebola Vaccines May Be Deployed in West Africa by January, Officials Say

Ebola Virus Gets More Lethal as It Spreads, Study Says

Expectant Mothers' Colds May Affect Baby

Experimental Serum May Have Been Key to Recovery of 2 Ebola Patients: Reports

Experts Predict 'Catastrophic' Ebola Epidemic in West Africa if Aid Delayed

Fears of U.S. Ebola Outbreak Unwarranted, Experts Say

First Ebola Vaccine Could Be Less Than a Year Away, Scientist Says

Five Major U.S. Airports to Screen Travelers From West Africa for Ebola

Florida MERS Patient Released From Hospital

Flu Now Epidemic in U.S., With 15 Child Deaths Reported

For Ebola, No New Drugs Riding to the Rescue -- for Now

Gates Foundation Gives $50M to Fight Ebola Outbreak in Africa

Gene Research Yields Insights Into Ebola Virus

Genetic Changes to Ebola Virus Challenge Treatment Efforts

Health Officials Reviewing Ebola Treatment Procedures at Dallas Hospital

Health Tip: Preventing the Spread of Norovirus

Hepatitis C Could Become Rare Disease in 20 Years: Study

Hepatitis C Infection Isn't Related to HIV Brain Woes: Study

Hepatitis C Infection May Have 'Silver Lining' for Transplant Patients

Hepatitis C Patients With HIV May Face Higher Risk of Liver Disease

HIV-Positive Inmates Benefit From Drug Treatment, Study Says

Kids' Severe Respiratory Virus Confirmed in Northeast

Lack of Protective Gear Leaves Medics at Risk in Ebola Outbreak: Study

Last U.S. Ebola Patient Leaves NYC Hospital 'Healthy, No Longer Infectious'

Latest U.S. Ebola Patient Getting Better, Doctors Report

Little Improvement in Children Paralyzed After Viral Infection, Study Finds

Male Ebola Survivors Should Use Condoms for at Least 3 Months, Experts Say

Man Treated for Ebola in Atlanta Now 'Free' of the Virus

Many Americans Harbor Unfounded Fears About Ebola Outbreak: Survey

MERS Not Yet a Public Health Emergency: WHO

MERS Virus Doesn't Seem to Spread Easily, Study Finds

MERS Virus That Threatens Humans Also Found in Camels

More Global Help Needed to Fight Ebola Outbreak

Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Virus May Be Headed for U.S.

Mysterious Polio-Like Illness Strikes Kids in California

N.Y., N.J. Ease Ebola Quarantines

New Drug May Fight Serious Respiratory Virus in Infants

New Ebola Cases Top 700 in Just One Week, Officials Report

New System Targets Germs in Donated Blood Plasma

New York City Ebola Patient in Stable Condition

New York, New Jersey to Quarantine All Travelers With Ebola Contacts

New York's JFK Airport Begins Screening Passengers for Ebola

Novel Ebola Vaccine Shows Potential in Monkey Trial

Nurse Nina Pham Heading Home After Beating Ebola

NYC Doctor Now Ebola-Free, May Be Discharged Tuesday From Hospital

NYC Doctor With Ebola Shows Signs of Improvement

NYC Ebola Patient Passing Time in Isolation Playing Banjo: Reports

Obama Appoints 'Ebola Czar'

Obama Considers Tighter Ebola Screening for Travelers From West Africa

Obama Steps Up Aid to Fight Ebola in West Africa

Obama Urges Calm in Ebola Scare, Opposes Travel Ban

Officials Designate 35 Ebola Treatment Centers

Officials Report First Confirmed Child Death Due to Enterovirus D68

Persistent Cough in Kids Can Often Be Whooping Cough

Potential Clue to Ebola Treatments Uncovered, Researchers Say

Rare Virus Discovered in Common Tick

Report: Fewer U.S. Hospitalizations for Hepatitis A

Researchers Probe Why Colds Are More Likely in Winter

Respiratory Virus Hitting Kids in at Least 12 States

Safe, Successful Kidney Dialysis Possible in Ebola Patients

Scope of Ebola Outbreak May Be Greater Than Statistics Show: WHO

Screening Test Approved for Viruses That Cause Blood Cancer

Screening Test Finds Drugs That Show Promise Against Ebola

Second Dallas Nurse With Ebola Released From Hospital

Second Health Care Worker in Dallas Tests Positive for Ebola

Stroke Risk Spikes Shortly After Shingles Episode: Study

Texas Health Care Worker Tests Positive for Ebola in Preliminary Check

Texas Health Care Worker With Ebola Took Commercial Flight on Monday: CDC

Texas Health Care Worker With Ebola Took Commercial Flight on Monday: CDC

Texas Hospital Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

There's No Ebola Cure, But Early Intensive Treatment Boosts Survival

Third U.S. Aid Worker Infected With Ebola Arrives in Nebraska

Third U.S. Man Tests Positive for MERS Virus, CDC Reports

Tire Company Sets Standard for Ebola Care in Liberia: CDC

Trials of Experimental Ebola Therapies to Begin

U.S. Ebola Patient Gets Hospital Visit From Wife, Son

U.S. Health Officials Resist Ban on Travel From West Africa

U.S. Launches Ebola Vaccine Trial

U.S. Preparing Tighter Infection Controls for Ebola Patients: Report

U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia

Vaccine Shows Promise Against Mosquito-Borne Virus

Virus Present at Birth Causes More Than 10 Percent of Hearing-Loss Cases in Kids

Viruses May Play Role in Crohn's Disease, Colitis: Study

West African Leaders Plead for More Ebola Aid

West Nile Virus Has Cost U.S. Nearly $800 Million: CDC

Where Ebola Battles Are Won

White House Presses N.Y., N.J. to Rethink Ebola Quarantines

WHO Urges Screening of Travelers to Contain Ebola Outbreak

With Western Medicine, Ebola May Have Met Its Match

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