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U.S. Doctor Contracts Ebola While Treating Sick in Liberia

A 33-year-old American doctor helping fight Ebola in Liberia's capital has come down with the hemorrhagic fever, Reuters reported. »

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Tour De Shore Riders' Dramatic Body Transformations

Andy Dormer and John Ryan will be riding in the 65-mile long event after deciding to make some serious lifestyle changes. »

7 Hours May Be the Optimal Amount of Sleep

Although experts have long recommended eight hours of sleep a night for adults, several new studies show that seven hours may be the best amount. »

Preparing for Surgery With 3-D Printing

Doctors are now using 3-D printing to create plastic models of their patient's damaged bones and body parts. »

New York Times Endorses Marijuana Legalization

In a big win for legal weed, The New York Times on Saturday called for an end to the federal government's ban on marijuana, NBC News reported. »

Survey Shows Increase in Teens Using HGH

Experimentation with human growth hormones by America's teens more than doubled in the past year, according to a national survey released Wednesday by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. »

First Case of Mosquito-Borne Virus in Delaware

Public health officials say Delaware has recorded its first case of a mosquito-borne virus that has been spreading in the U.S. from the Caribbean. »

National Blood Shortage Looming: Red Cross

The American Red Cross is warning Americans of a looming blood shortage over the summer and are urging people to start donating to avoid it. »

Chikungunya: What You Need to Know

A person caught the mosquito-borne virus chikungunya in the United States this month, health officials say — marking the first time mosquitoes in the U.S. are believed to have spread »

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