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USDA Revamps 50-Year-Old Poultry Inspection Rules

Poultry inspectors will focus more on food safety than on quality, potentially resulting in fewer foodborne illnesses each year.






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Ebola Evacuation: Atlanta Hospital Prepares for Infected Patient

Emory University Hospital says it's preparing a special isolation unit to receive a patient with Ebola disease “within the next several days.”






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Only One: Experimental Ebola Serum Used on U.S. Woman

A dose of “experimental serum” arrived in Liberia to be tried on a U.S. charity worker struggling for her life — but there was only enough for one.






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Could the Ebola Outbreak Spread to America?

International health experts are preparing to “surge” into West Africa to fight Ebola, and say they are confident they can keep it from spreading.

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Fear Not? U.S. Ebola Outbreak 'Not in the Cards'

International health experts are preparing to “surge” into West Africa to fight Ebola, and say they are confident they can keep it from spreading.






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Soccer Squad Banned From Travel Due to Ebola Fears

The Sierra Leone national team have been banned from traveling abroad for an international friendly.

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Ebola Warning: CDC Warns Against Travel to West Africa

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention upgraded its travel advisory for West Africa Thursday because of the raging Ebola outbreak.






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At 23, Bald Ballerina Fights Advanced Cancer

As she fights Stage 4 breast cancer at 23, Maggie Kudirka's Bald Ballerina social media campaing aims to raise awareness about cancer in young women.






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Doctor: Africa Ebola Outbreak Is 'Dangerous, Scary'

WTHR's David MacAnally speaks with an Indiana doctor who witnessed the spike in Ebola cases at a Liberia hospital.






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Attorney General: Cops Should Carry Heroin Antidote

Eric Holder said law enforcement personnel who expect to come in contact with drug abusers should be equipped with Naxolone.






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How Virtual Therapy Could Help the Military Fight PTSD

Meet Ellie, the virtual therapist that could one day help diagnose everyone from soldiers to cancer patients.

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Attorney General: Cops Should Carry Heroin Antidote

Eric Holder said law enforcement personnel who expect to come in contact with drug abusers should be equipped with Naxolone.






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Woman Writes Simultaneously With Hands and Feet

Chen Siyuan writes Chinese poems, as well as Chinese characters and Roman alphabets. Chen hopes her talents will bring about new results in education and scientific research.






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Dr. Nancy Answers Questions About Ebola








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Sierra Leone Declares Emergency After Ebola Outbreak








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Failure Is 'Not an Option': Ebola Sparks Emergency

Sierra Leone’s president declared a state of emergency Wednesday over the largest outbreak of the Ebola virus in history spread of the deadly virus.






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Inside the Disastrous Obamacare Rollout

A rushed HHS team failed to plan properly or watch over contractors hired to build the online health insurance exchange, a new report finds.






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Fear Tornadoes, Lightning? Cold and Heat Kill More

A new federal report finds 2,000 weather-related deaths each year, nearly two-thirds of them from cold and most of the rest from heat.

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Outta There: Peace Corps Pulls Volunteers Over Ebola

The Peace Corps said it was temporarily removing its 340 volunteers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the hardest-hit West African countries.






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Ebola Scare Briefly Closes Charlotte ER

A possible Ebola scare briefly closed a Charlotte area emergency room -- an incident that may be repeated across the country as Ebola fears heighten.






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Son of American With Ebola: 'Dad Will Not Leave Mom'

The husband of an American aid worker stricken with the Ebola virus is sticking by her despite the danger that keeps her isolated, their son says.

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Ebola Outbreak Puts US Health Workers on High Alert

Deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa has health care workers on alert for viruses that may travel from other countries. NBC News' Erica Edwards reports.






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Not Just Ebola: What Other Diseases Could Threaten Americans?

A possible Ebola scare briefly closed a Charlotte area emergency room, but health workers have a long list of infections to watch for.






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Chikungunya Cases Rise in New York Area

Cases of chikungunya virus spiked higher in New York and New Jersey in the past week, according to new federal data.






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On Alert: Ebola Outbreak Is 'Threat' to Britain

Britain's foreign secretary chaired an emergency meeting of officials on Wednesday to look at what precautions were needed.










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