"Blood transfusions literally give power to our little girl that enables her to be a little girl again," says John Carver of Manchester, Maryland.
Cuba rejects 'covert' US program that sought to groom new political activists on the island
Federal agents at airports told to look out for passengers with Ebola's flulike symptoms
Spain sends jet to pick up priest who tested positive for Ebola virus in Liberia
Saudi Arabia testing patient for Ebola virus after symptoms appear following Sierra Leone trip
Dr. Kathleen Hall, founder and CEO of the Mindful Living Network and Stress Institute
South Dakota official: Year's 1st case of animal anthrax found, not a food-safety concern
2nd American aid worker with Ebola arrives in Atlanta for treatment at hospital isolation unit
The University of Mary Washington and Germanna Community College will sign an agreement to create multiple paths for students to earn nursing degrees.
Nigeria acknowledges slow response in Ebola case; 8 health workers show symptoms of the virus
94 percent of African-Americans and 85 percent of Hispanics on transplant lists need a new kidney.
Aid group president: 2nd American with Ebola is weak but improving, her husband says
Man fakes blindness to rob check-cashing store in Los Angeles area of $5,000
Arizona attorneys appealing injunction on new abortion rules to US Supreme Court
Anthem, Blue Shield start California medical information portal to reduce waste, improve care
Mother of once conjoined twins thanks New York doctors a decade after they're separated
From ghostbusting to threatening dogs, Michael Gross makes his last stand flipping off cancer
Senator, groups say program in Cuba that used HIV workshop as political cover hurts aid work
One woman is standing up in defense of her stretch marks, calling them battle scars after giving birth to five children.
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