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Doctors and nurses are on the front lines of the war on Ebola. But an equally important role in the battle is played by men and women who combine police-style detective work with medical science.
Ebola has hit home in the Washington area with the arrival at the NIH Clinical Center of the first American to get the disease in the U.S.
The first person to contract Ebola in the U.S. is headed to the Washington D.C. area.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis say a lack of iron during pregnancy may lead to having an autistic child.
The flu takes hold in Maryland, and many are fighting cold symptoms going around.
Gay men have been banned from donating blood by the FDA since 1983, but their contributions could save up to 1.8 million lives.
WTOP anchor and reporter Lori Lundin opens up about cancer diagnosis.
One of Washington's strengths is that the area is more than just the nation's Capital. We are also an international city -- connected by air and ancestry to people around the world. And that is why hospitals in the D.C. region are stepping up their game when it comes to Ebola.
The University of Illinois followed the movements of 221 children.
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