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Ebola Vaccine Will Do Little for Crisis

The National Institute of Health announced today that human trials of the Ebola vaccine will begin next week. But it won’t be ready in time for the West Africa’s crisis.

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Obamacare Pays for Gender Reassignment

The nation’s health law opens the door for transgender people to gain coverage for gender reassignment surgeries they previously could not afford.

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‘Real Housewives’ Makes You Violent

Move over crime dramas—turns out, reality TV makes viewers more aggressive and violent after watching.

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The Worst Gay Conversion Therapy Defense

Peter Sprigg blogged that Robin Williams’s mental health issues, as well as his struggles with alcohol and drugs, conclusively prove that gay conversion therapy is a good thing.

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Parents Sue For ‘Wrongful Birth’

When a healthcare worker misread test results, it left the Halls with a daughter with a rare genetic syndrome. Now they’re suing.

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The Problem with ‘Genie, You’re Free’

In tribute to Robin Williams, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences tweeted a still from ‘Aladdin’ with the quote, “Genie, you’re free.” But suicide isn’t freedom, and it isn’t the message we should send to the depressed.

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Robin Williams’ Deadly Depression

Mental health is still one of the least understood areas of medicine. How could such an outwardly happy and successful man be struggling so badly.

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Life on the Edge of Ebola’s Hot Zone

Though the main Ebola crisis remains in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, surrounding countries are holding their breath.

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Are Men More Likely to Get Brain Cancer?

New research shows that a protein that helps suppress tumors, especially in the brain, is more likely to be inactive in men, proving there’s still many basic facts we don’t know about cancer.

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Caring for Ebola Patients Deeply Scary

An infectious disease doctor describes what might be going through the minds of health workers as they prepare to treat victims of Ebola.

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First Ebola Patient Coming to USA

An American infected with Ebola will be brought to the U.S. for treatment as the World Health Organization deems the West African outbreak “out of control.”

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Why Poor Mothers Don’t Breastfeed

The CDC’s 2014 Breastfeed Report Card shows a link between breastfeeding rates and median incomes. In almost all cases, the lower the income, the lower the breastfeeding rate.

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A Blood Test to Predict Suicide

In a groundbreaking new genetic discovery, doctors from Johns Hopkins have found a mutation involved in how the brain reacts to stress that can reliably predict suicide risk.

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‘He Could Have Brought Ebola Here’

Patrick Sawyer was supposed to be at his kids’ birthday party in a few weeks—but he died of the virus before he could board a flight to Minneapolis. His wife on the epidemic’s toll.

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CDC Equates Ebola Outbreak to ‘Forest Fire’

As the worst outbreak ever recorded continues to spread rapidly through West Africa, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains what’s feeding the flames.

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Could a Typo Kill Obamacare?

A court’s heartless decision Tuesday would strip people of health insurance thanks to a smudge in the law. It’s possible the Supreme Court could agree.

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Living With Disability in the Dark Ages

A newly discovered ancient skeleton showed signs of Down syndrome, yet it was given the same burial as other members of its community. What it tells us about the history of disability.

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Fighting the Ban on Gay Blood Donors

Gay and bisexual men who want to give but can’t are bringing straight friends and family to spearhead a “national gay blood drive” today.

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The Once-Cured HIV Baby Breaks My Heart

Everyone, even a skeptic like me who’s treated AIDS patients, wanted to believe one lucky child beat the odds to beat HIV. The rules of science don’t have a heart though.

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Hobby Lobby Backlash Hits Whole Foods

A movement is underway to tell the grocer to drop Eden Foods, which seeks to quit covering all birth control and preventative services for its employees.

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