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Female Hormone Disorder Linked to Numerous Health Conditions

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Lab-Grown Vaginas, Noses Herald New Options for Patients

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MERS Not Yet a Public Health Emergency: WHO

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Most Americans Agree With Right-to-Die Movement

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Most U.S. Babies Get Their Vaccines: CDC

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Multiple Drug Use Raises Infection Risk for 'Swinging' Couples

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New Psoriasis Drug Shows Promise in Trials

No Link Seen Between Celiac Disease, Infertility

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Obama Considers Tighter Ebola Screening for Travelers From West Africa

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Panel Asks: What Defines Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

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Skin Cells of Infertile Men Turned Into Sperm 'Precursors' in Mouse Study

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