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40 States, District of Columbia Reporting Respiratory Virus That Targets Kids

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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AIDS Epidemic May Be Subsiding: Report

Air in U.S. Cities Getting Cleaner, EPA Says

All People Returning From Ebola-Stricken Countries to Be Tracked

American Ebola Patient Gets Appetite Back

American Ebola Survivor Gives Blood to Infected Health-Care Colleague

American Red Cross Issues Urgent Call for Blood Donations

Americans Increasingly Anxious About Ebola: Poll

Americans Living Longer Than Ever: CDC

Anesthesia Complications Drop by Half, Study Finds

Another Arctic Blast Has Much of U.S. in Its Grip

Antipsychotics Help Cut Crime Rate: Study

Are U.S. Hospitals Prepared for Ebola?

As African Ebola Outbreak Spreads, Hopes for Vaccine Remain Years Away

As Summer Arrives, CDC Offers Pool Chemical Safety Tips

Asian Camel Crickets Find a Home in U.S., Study Finds

Athletic Trainers' Group Advises Heart Tests for Young Athletes

Ban on Chemicals Lowers Human Exposures, Study Finds

Be Safe When Mowing The Lawn

Beware Fake Ebola Treatments on the Internet, FDA Says

Biggest Ever Weekly Rise in Ebola Cases, U.N. Agency Says

Both U.S. Health-Care Workers Infected With Ebola Released From Hospital

Can Fire Retardants Raise Risk of Children Born With Lower IQs?

Car Crash Risk May Go Up During Pregnancy

Carbon Monoxide Poisonings May Rise During Storms

CDC Commits More Than 400 Staffers to Fight Ebola Outbreak

CDC Confirms First Patient Diagnosed With Ebola in United States

CDC Downplays Ebola's Threat to the United States

CDC Issues Tough Report on Anthrax Scare

CDC Issues Travel Warning as West Africa Ebola Outbreak Worsens

CDC Lab Workers May Have Been Exposed to Anthrax

CDC Monitoring 76 Hospital Workers in Dallas for Ebola Exposure

CDC Monitoring Those Who Had Contact With Ebola Patient

CDC Raises Ebola Outbreak Response to Highest Alert Status

CDC Targets 5 Parasitic Infections

CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients

Certain Meds, Driving Can Be Deadly Mix: FDA

Chewing Gum Before Surgery Safe: Report

Childhood Gun Injuries, Deaths on Rise in U.S., Study Finds

Childhood Obesity Adds Nearly $20K to Lifetime Medical Costs: Study

China's New Bird Flu Might Put People at Risk, Report Says

Closing Chinese Poultry Markets Stalled Bird Flu's Spread to People

Cross These Dangerous Toys Off Kids' Christmas List, Experts Say

Culling Deer Herd Curbs Lyme Disease, Study Says

Dallas Ebola Patient Has Died, Hospital Says

Dallas Ebola Patient on Ventilator, Getting Dialysis

Dangerous Bacteria Can Lurk Inside Nose, Study Finds

Dangerous Use of Growth Hormone Surges Among U.S. Teens

Dealing With The Deep Freeze

Disease Outbreaks May Not Change Minds of Vaccine Opponents

Disinfectants Can't Defeat Salmonella in Food-Processing Plants: Study

Distracted Teen Drivers Often on Cellphone With Parent: Study

Doctors' Germ-Laden Stethoscope May Spread Nasty Bacteria

Donated Livers Not Harmed by Travel Distances, Study Finds

Don't Let Kids Drink Pool Water

Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report

Drug Abuse By Young Anesthesiologists Is Rare But Sometimes Deadly

Drug for Ebola-Like Virus Shows Promise in Monkeys

Early HIV Treatment a Win-Win, Researchers Report

Easy Access to Guns Tied to Higher Risk of Suicide, Homicide

Ebola Focus Shrinks to About 50 People in Texas

Ebola Nurse Amber Vinson Now 'Free' of Virus, Family Says

Ebola Nurse From Dallas Transferred to Atlanta Medical Center

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

Ebola Outbreak Could Infect 20,000 People, U.N. Says

Ebola Outbreak Still Not Under Control: Officials

Ebola Patient Dr Kent Brantly Arrives in U.S., May Be Improving

Ebola Patient in Dallas Hospital Takes Turn for Worse

Ebola Patient Nancy Writebol Making 'Slow Improvement'

Ebola Patient to Be Flown to U.S. for Treatment

Ebola Vaccine Trials Set to Begin in September

Ebola Vaccine Trials Set to Begin in September

EPA Unveils New Bug Repellant Labeling

Ethicists Grapple With Tough Questions Over Release of Ebola Drugs

European MRSA Originated in Sub-Saharan Africa, Study Finds

Even Non-Surgical Hospital Patients Often Get Powerful Narcotics: Study

Existing Drugs May Work Against MERS, Studies Suggest

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

Expert Offers School Bus Safety Tips

Expert Serves Up Turkey Tips for a Healthy Holiday

Experts Urge 'Seismic Shift' in Approach to Better U.S. Health Care

Exposure To Common Chemical May Raise Risk of Preemie Delivery: Study

Extra Zzz's in Morning May Help Teens Stay Alert in Class

'Extreme Sports' Linked to 40,000 Head and Neck Injuries Per Year

Eye Doctors Offer Fireworks Safety Tips

Farm Antibiotics May Be Linked to Food Allergies

FDA Approval Process Comes Under Scrutiny in Studies

FDA Approves Quick-Acting Drug to Reverse Prescription Painkiller ODs

FDA Introduces New Food Defense Rule

FDA OKs Quick-Acting Antidote for Prescription Painkiller Overdose

FDA Renews Warning on HeartStart Defibrillator Failures

FDA Starts Regulating Compounding Pharmacies

FDA to Lift Restrictions on Diabetes Drug Avandia

FDA to Limit Use of Antibiotics in Farm Animals

FDA To Step Up Oversight of Indian Drug Makers

FDA Urges Tighter Controls on Certain Prescription Painkillers

FDA Wants Tighter Rules on Antibacterial Soaps, Body Washes

FDA Warns Against Misuse of Laxatives

FDA Warns Against Prescription Drugs With High Levels of Acetaminophen

FDA Warns Doctors of Danger From Fake Drugs

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

Fetal Exposure to Plastics Chemical Tied to Breathing Ills in Kids

Fewer Americans Believe E-Cigs Safer Than Tobacco Cigarettes: Study

Fewer U.S. Kids Killed in Car Crashes; Safety Restraints Still an Issue

Fire-Safe Cigarette Law Reduces Home Fires: Study

First U.S. Ebola Patient to Arrive in Atlanta on Saturday

'Fist Bump' May Beat Handshake for Cleanliness

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

'Five-Second' Food Rule May Be Real, Study Finds

Flu Can Infect Many Without Causing Symptoms: Study

Flu Hits Unvaccinated Hardest, Study Finds

Food Companies Cut 6.4 Trillion Calories From Supermarket Shelves: Report

Food Handlers Cause Most Food-Poisoning Cases

Food Safety Counts, Especially During the Holiday Season

Football Helmets Not Much Protection Against Hits to Side of the Head: Study

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

For Safety's Sake, Don't Leave Kids in Cars

For Teen Drivers, Unruly Passengers May Be Greater Threat Than Phones

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

Gene Research Yields Insights Into Ebola Virus

Genetic Code of Tsetse Fly May Help Fight Sleeping Sickness

Glaxo to End Payments to Prescribing Doctors

Groups Push FDA to Revoke Approval of Highly Potent Painkiller

Guard Your Kids Against Bug Bites This Summer

H1N1 Flu Spreading in South-Central U.S.

Halloween Contact Lenses Can Be Horror Story for Eyes

Hand Microbes Might Reflect Where, How You Live

Hands-Free Cellphones Don't Make Driving Safer, Review Shows

Have a Fun -- But Safe -- Fourth of July

Health Officials Reviewing Ebola Treatment Procedures at Dallas Hospital

Health Tip: Avoid Mishaps at Restaurants

Health Tip: Batteries May Be Dangerous for Kids

Health Tip: Be a Safe Patient

Health Tip: Building a Safe Swing Set

Health Tip: Check Your Child for Head Lice

Health Tip: Check Your Child's Playground

Health Tip: Choosing a Safe Summer Camp

Health Tip: Choosing the Right Babysitter

Health Tip: Cleaning Baby Bottles

Health Tip: Consider Air Bag Safety for Children

Health Tip: Enjoy a Healthy Holiday Gathering

Health Tip: Follow Age Recommendations on Children's Toys

Health Tip: Help Keep Teen Drivers Safe

Health Tip: Holiday Safety Suggestions

Health Tip: If You Get Lost on a Hiking Trail

Health Tip: Install Smoke Detectors at Home

Health Tip: Installing a Child's Car Seat

Health Tip: Keep Kids Away From Corded Blinds and Shades

Health Tip: Keep Kids Safe in Shopping Carts

Health Tip: Keep Pests Away

Health Tip: Make Sure Baby's Crib Sheets Fit

Health Tip: Pack Safety Essentials for a Long Hike

Health Tip: Practice Biking Safety

Health Tip: Practice Fire Safety During the Holidays

Health Tip: Preparing for a Tornado

Health Tip: Prevent Children From Falling Out a Window

Health Tip: Preventing Stairway Falls

Health Tip: Protect Kids in Motor Vehicle Crashes

Health Tip: Run Safely in Cold Weather

Health Tip: Run Safely

Health Tip: Safer Use of Fireworks

Health Tip: School Bus Safety

Health Tip: Set Rules About Bunk Beds

Health Tip: Staying Safe During Winter Weather

Health Tip: Stock Your Car for Winter Weather

Health Tip: Strap Big Kids in a Booster Seat

Health Tip: Toys to Avoid for Young Children

Health Tip: Uninflated Balloons Aren't Safe for Young Children

Health Tip: Use a High Chair Safely

Health Tip: Use a Safe Stroller

Health Tip: Use Lawn Mowers Safely

Health Tip: Watch for Warning Signs of Choking

Heroism Seems to Be a Spontaneous Act

HIV May Have Emerged in Congo in 1920s: Study

HIV-Positive Inmates Benefit From Drug Treatment, Study Says

Homes Now 'Reservoirs' for Superbug MRSA

Hospital Safety Improves for Heart Patients, Study Finds

Hospital Study Offers Solutions to 'Alarm Fatigue'

Hospital's Efforts to Boost Patient Safety Pay Off

Houseboats Can Carry Hidden Carbon Monoxide Dangers

If Kids Think Someone's Watching, They're More Likely to Wash Their Hands

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Injected Substance Used With CT Scans Seems Safe for Kidneys: Study

Injuries, Violence Are Leading Causes of Death for Young Americans

Is All That TV Killing You?

Jump in, Just Don't Swallow the Water

Kidney Donation a Low-Risk Choice, Study Finds

Kids' Severe Respiratory Virus Confirmed in Northeast

Kitchen Cutting Boards Can Harbor Drug-Resistant Germs: Study

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

Laser Toys Can Damage Eyes: Report

Last Two Ozone-Depleting Inhalers Being Phased Out

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

Legal Drinking Age of 21 Saves Lives, Review Finds

Lift U.S. Ban on Blood Donations by Gay Men, Experts Say

Liquid Nicotine in E-Cigarettes Rising Cause of Poisonings: CDC

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

Many Americans Don't Receive Preventive Dental Care: Survey

Many Americans Harbor Unfounded Fears About Ebola Outbreak: Survey

Many Bullied Teens Carry Weapons to School, Study Finds

Many Stroke Survivors Resume Driving Without Testing: Survey

Many U.S. Hospitals Fall Short in Preventing Infections

Many Would Give Private Info to Health Insurers to Save Money

Measles Still a Threat, U.S. Health Officials Warn

Medical Implant Devices Skate Through Review Process, Studies Claim

Meet Henry the Hand: A Crusading Doctor's Right-Hand Man

Mentally Ill More Often Victims Of Violence Than Perpetrators: Study

MERS Virus Did Not Spread in 2 U.S. Cases: Health Officials

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

Misdiagnoses Common Among U.S. Outpatients: Review

Monkey Trial Supports Ebola Drug That May Have Helped 2 Stricken Americans

More Global Help Needed to Fight Ebola Outbreak

More Schools Stocking Shots That Counter Serious Allergic Reactions

Morphine, Blood Thinner Plavix a Bad Mix for Heart Attack Victims: Study

Most Cosmetic Procedures Based on Stem Cells Are Bogus, Experts Say

Most Medical Devices Approved for Kids Only Tested on Adults: Study

Most Treatments for Blood Clots Appear Safe, Effective

Nearly 10 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Have Diabetes: Study

Neutering Project Curbed Feral Cat Population

New Drug for Chagas Disease Disappoints in 1st Human Trial

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

New York's JFK Airport Begins Screening Passengers for Ebola

Newer Foam Mattresses May Help Prevent Bedsores in Nursing Homes

Nicotine Poisoning of Infant Highlights 'E-Cig' Dangers, Docs Report

No CDC Lab Workers Seem Sickened by Anthrax: Report

No New Ebola Infections in Dallas: CDC

Novel Ebola Vaccine Shows Potential in Monkey Trial

Nutritionists: FDA Trans Fat Ban Good for America's Heart Health

Obama Appoints 'Ebola Czar'

Obama Calls for National Plan to Fight Antibiotic Resistance

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

'Obamacare' Helping Young Adults Get Health Insurance: Report

Officials Report First Confirmed Child Death Due to Enterovirus D68

Outdoor Enthusiasts Need a Lightning Plan

Passengers From Ebola-Affected Countries Must Land at Designated U.S. Airports

Pediatricians Should Plan for Anthrax Attack, U.S. Experts Say

People Under 65 Hard Hit by Flu This Year

Pets Can Carry Same 'Superbug' Strains as Their Owners: Study

Poorly Packed Lunches Can Cause Food Poisoning

Portable Bed Rails Can Pose Safety Hazard, FDA Says

Post-Katrina Heart Woes Persisted at Least 6 Years

Potential Clue to Ebola Treatments Uncovered, Researchers Say

Precautions Help Keep Kids Safe in Water

Ready to Get in Shape? Ease Into Exercise, Experts Say

Recalled Supplements Linger on U.S. Store Shelves, Study Finds

Reports of U.S. Cases of Flesh-Eating Drug Questioned

Respiratory Virus Hitting Kids in at Least 12 States

Restaurants in Poor Areas Push Unhealthy Foods, Study Finds

Safety Checklists for Surgery May Not Lower Deaths, Complications: Study

Saturday Is National Drug Take-Back Day

Saturday Is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Scientists Aim to Improve Vaccines Against 'Bird Flu'

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

Second Health Care Worker in Dallas Tests Positive for Ebola

Secure Those Sets for Super Bowl Viewing

Serious Childhood Burns Tied to Long-Term Mental Health Risks

Shield Yourself From the Sun

Shopping Carts Can Pose Big Danger to Little Kids

Sleeping on Sofa Can Be Deadly for Babies, Study Finds

Smoke-Free Subsidized Housing Could Save Nearly $500 Million

Some Hip-Replacement Parts Not Proven Safe or Effective: Study

Some Home Tattoo Kits Recalled Due to Infection Risk

Some U.S. Clinical Trials May Fall Into Federal Regulation 'Gap'

Spring Cleaning Safety Tips

Start Sleep Drug Lunesta at Lower Dose for Safety, FDA Says

Start Tornado Preparation Now, Expert Advises

States May Be Getting Stricter on Child Vaccine Exemptions

Stay Out of Stinging Insects' Way This Summer

Stay Safe On The Roads This July Fourth

Steer Clear of Dietary Supplements for Concussions: FDA

Stricter Laws Might Reduce Aggressive Driving in Young Males: Study

Students' Health Habits Tied to School Success

Study Finds Widespread Contamination in Chicken

Swine Flu From 2009 Pandemic Also Struck Sea Otters: Study

Taking Drug to Prevent HIV Doesn't Seem to Encourage Risk-Taking

Talking to Partners About STDs Often Awkward: Survey

Task Force Recommends Hep B Screening for High-Risk People

Tear Gas Health Effects May Last Weeks

Teen Bullies, Victims Armed More Than Other Kids, Study Says

Teen 'Sexting' Often Precedes Actual Sex, Study Finds

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

Texting While Walking a Dangerous Combination: Study

The Cold, Hard Truth About Surviving Bitter Winter Weather

The Cold, Hard Truth About Surviving Bitter Winter Weather

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

Third Deep Freeze Sweeps Across Country

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

Those Little Gas Spills When You Fill Up May Harm the Environment

Time for Docs to Ditch the White Coat?

Tips for Keeping That Bounce House Safe

Tips for New Moms on Mother's Day

Tire Company Sets Standard for Ebola Care in Liberia: CDC

Tired Surgeons May Not Be Error-Prone

Too Few Kids Follow Bike Helmet Laws, Study Finds

Total Smoking Bans Work Better Than Halfway Measures

Traffic Pollution May Be a Risk While Pregnant

Two Americans With Ebola Will Be Evacuated to United States

Two Questions May Rule Out Strep Throat

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

U.S. Flu Cases Continue to Climb

U.S. Gun Deaths Lowest in Hawaii, Highest in D.C.

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

U.S. Launches Ebola Vaccine Trial

U.S. Measles Cases at 20-Year High

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

U.S. Smoking Rates Drop to Historic Lows: CDC

U.S. Traffic Accidents Send 2.5 Million to ERs Each Year, CDC Says

U.S. Troops Arrive in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia

Unwanted Germs Can Land, Last Inside Jetliners

Use Prescription Painkillers Safely

Vaccine Against Bird Flu Readied, Just in Case

Vinegar May Be Cheap, Safe Way to Kill TB Germ

Walk, But Stay Safe: Tips for Pedestrians

Want to Stay Healthy? Try Washing Your Hands

Water Poses More Danger for Black Youths Than Whites: CDC

Web-Based Program May Help Beginner Drivers

West African Leaders Plead for More Ebola Aid

Where Ebola Battles Are Won

WHO Experts Give Nod to Using Untested Ebola Drugs

WHO Urges Screening of Travelers to Contain Ebola Outbreak

Workplace Wellness Programs Work

Yelp Can Help Spot Food Poisonings at Restaurants

Younger Adults Hit Hardest This Flu Season


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