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Public Health Agency of Canada

UK pledges money for Ebola research

Researchers around the world are being asked to help stop the largest known Ebola outbreak in history.

An emergency research "all call" was issued Thursday by Wellcome Trust and United Kingdom's Department for International Development amid rising cas...

Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola outbreak, Guinea

From Doctors Without Borders

Are myths making the Ebola outbreak worse?

More than 1,200 people have died as the deadliest ever outbreak of Ebola takes hold in West Africa, but despite information campaigns, fear is spreading even more quickly than the virus itself.

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90% of hospitals and clinics lose their patients' data

No industry has been hit harder by hacking and data breaches than health care.

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Centers for Disease Control

Patient tested for possible Ebola exposure in California

Another patient is being tested in the United States for possible Ebola exposure -- this time, in California.

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Healthy school lunches face tough taste test

Students in Gainesville, Georgia, are likely eating a better lunch than you today.

Sciatica pain yoga

Courtesy Dana Santas

6 ways to stop sciatica with yoga

Sciatica is a real pain in the butt -- and, sometimes, in the leg and foot.

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Heinz

Heinz recalls lead-laced baby food in China

H.J. Heinz is recalling a batch of lead-laced baby food in China.

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CDC

Glimmer of hope seen in Ebola outbreak

Three health care workers who were given the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp in Liberia have shown "very positive signs of recovery," the Liberian Ministry of Health said Tuesday.

Medical professionals treating the workers have called their progress "re...

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Slaughterhouse staff charged over bad meat

Former workers at a California slaughterhouse involved in one of the largest meat recalls in years have been charged with knowingly processing and distributing meat from cancerous cows, according to court documents released Monday.

Julie Evans

Courtesy Julie Evans

Hypnosis helped her lose 140 pounds

A dream vacation to most sounded like a nightmare to Julie Evans. In 2006, Evans' husband won an all-expense-paid trip to Hawaii, and scuba diving was one of the included activities. She wanted to go, but not enough to put on a bathing suit.

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