Researchers study polio-like illnesses in California, say recent cases are a 'rare phenomenon'
California health officials probe polio-like illness afflicting some kids, causing paralysis
PA will drop assisted-suicide case in 93-year-old man's death; judge's ruling cleared daughter
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Colorado, Utah move to treat tobacco like alcohol and hike smoking age to 21
First lady guest on the new 'Tonight Show'; promotes exercise, diet and 'Obamacare'
Beijing issues rare air pollution alert, but it triggers relatively mild control measures
Landmark Hispanic study examines longevity 'paradox,' finds health woes might threaten trend
In 2007, Capt. Wayne Waldon lost his right leg on the battlefield in Iraq. Now, he competes in snowboarding championships.
FDA wades into debate over experimental fertilization technique using DNA from 3 people
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Eli Lilly buys German poultry vaccine maker, lowers annual earnings forecast
1 dead in California, newborns sick in outbreak of listeria linked to Hispanic-style cheese
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After decades as last resort for Pakistan's poor and ill, Christian hospital faces closure
EMS: 2 fall from Mardi Gras-season parade floats Sunday; 1 in critical condition
Colds and flu often spread like wildfire in the workplace, and one big reason is that too many people who are sick just won't stay home.
He was one of the lost boys of Sudan. But years later, Joseph Rufino has found his way, and his lifelong dream of becoming a doctor is finally coming true.
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