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8 months on, Ebola fight in Guinea faces slow response, coordination shortfall, officials say
No wizardry here: Scientists turn to Harry Potter to see what a healthy brain does as it reads
1st live-donor liver transplant recipient in the US marks 25 years since operation
Former Bills star linebacker Talley tells paper he suffers from depression, considered suicide
NIH study: Ebola vaccine safe in first 20 people studied, triggers promising immune response
Liberia sets goal of no new Ebola cases by new year, urges people to keep up Ebola fight
Premiums for many popular plans are going up. How will consumers react?
Brawny, bearded brewers bare nearly all in calendar to raise money for charity
See Spot relax: Pet massage growing in popularity, but trend raises concerns about regulation
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes remembered as a humble and gifted batsman
Blood can show 'pre-cancer' _ many older folks have signs that leukemia, lymphoma are a risk
Adult smoking rate dipped just below 18 percent last year, government report says
Spanish judge rules no crime in euthanizing dog because of Ebola transmission fears
Ebola in Sierra Leone may have reached peak, says minister, as another doctor infected
Guinea reports 1 cholera case, down from thousands, in success overshadowed by Ebola crisis
At 1-month mark, US Ebola screening program for travelers finding cooperation but no disease
How many calories in a tub of popcorn? New rules require calorie count for many prepared foods
Doctor who developed widely accepted theory on aging, now used in disease research, dies
The holiday season is upon us, and while it can be an exciting time, November and December can also be very stressful -- especially when it comes to the food.
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg, 81, has heart stent inserted, reviving talk of retirement
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