To Your Health
As Ebola cases surge, health workers are increasingly at risk of infection
Study: Medicaid expansion prompts rise in ER visits; hospitals also treating sicker patients
Ebola experts: virus is surging in places where it was beaten back; entire countries at risk
Judge sentences Iowa cancer patient to probation for growing marijuana for treatment
Texas WR Shipley has head injury, questionable whether he'll play against UCLA
Author and domestic violence survivor Leslie Morgan Steiner talks to WTOP about what its like to be an abuse victim and how the Ray Rice video could change the nation's perception and response to domestic violence.
Study: Experimental Ebola vaccine rapidly protects monkeys but booster needed to make it last
AP Interview: FIFA medical chief wants 3-minute breaks in matches when concussion is suspected
Advances in Parkinson's disease treatment and breast cancer genetics earn prestigious prizes
McDonald's key sales figure falls in August, driven down by food-safety scandal in China
Why dieting is the worst thing you can do to lose weight.
Very early treatment of children exhibiting signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder may lead to those children showing fewer symptoms later in life, according to a new study from the University of California - Davis MIND Institute.
Vaccination clinics will open Tuesday morning in Germantown, Rockville and Silver Spring. All 7th graders must have the shots.
Marshall University playing host to Va. undergrads at medical school program
Obama promises more US aid to help stem deadly Ebola outbreak raging in West Africa
US appeals court hears Missouri lawmaker's challenge to birth control insurance coverage
US, UK to send military help for Ebola, as WHO warns cases about to surge in Liberia
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