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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.
Could liquid nicotine be a gateway drug?
The Lady Docs Corner Cafe is a group of local women in medicine who have decided it is not enough to just talk the talk to their patients about fitness and eating right.
Brushing just isn't enough, experts say.
Poison experts say more and more adolescents are trying to boost workouts or balance school, jobs and sleep with homemade energy drinks made with caffeine powder that can provide lethal doses of caffeine to unaware users.
A new poll shows that Alzheimer's is the disease Americans fear most, even those in their 20's and 30's.
In 2000, Harold Mintz gave the ultimate gift: He became the first person in the Washington area to donate a kidney to a stranger. Now, his generous act is being studied by researchers, eager to shed light on his compassionate behavior.
Many of the grants, between $200,000 and $300,000, allows the clinics to hire staff.
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A big green bus delivers food and assistance to residents in D.C.'s "food desert" communities.
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