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Ebola outbreak unlikely in U.S.?

Rep. Phil Roe, (R-Tenn.), on efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

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  1. Sanofi: Dengue Vaccine Shows Efficiency In Trials In Thailand

    French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi (SAN.FR) Wednesday said the analysis of early data showed the ability of its vaccine against dengue virus to protect against the t...

  2. EU Body Backs AstraZeneca, Bristol's Diabetes Drug US Rejected

    Advisers to the European drug regulator recommended approval of an experimental diabetes drug that was rejected by U.S. regulators earlier this year amid concerns ab...

  3. Time to Dump Your Mortgage?

    In a recent study released in the American Journal of Public Health, Dawn E. Alley, Ph.D., assistant professor of epidemiology and public health from the University ...

  4. Expanding Waistlines to Boost Health-Care Costs? Managing Editor Dr. Manny Alvarez weighs in on obesity in America.

  5. Eating Less Salt Doesn't Cut Heart Risks: Study

    People who ate lots of salt were not more likely to get high blood pressure, and were less likely to die of heart disease than those with a low salt intake, in a new...

  6. Extra Weight Linked to Dementia Risk: Study

    Carrying around extra pounds during middle age was associated with a higher risk of dementia later in life in a new study that followed twins in Sweden for 30 years....

  7. Your Child is Diagnosed With Autism…Now What?

    “Your child has autism.” Experts say that far too many parents are hearing those words today.According to a 2009 The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report, 1 in 1...

  8. Fear and Concern Over Radiation Exposure Runs High

    FOX News Health's Dr. Manny Alvarez on the ongoing problem containing the radiation leakage and whether Americans should worry about exposure.

  9. Do Vitamins Stop Cancer, Heart Attacks? Study: No

    Will taking multivitamins protect you from dying of cancer or heart disease? The answer is no, according to new research.In a study of more than 180,000 people, scie...

  10. Is Marriage Bad for Your Physical Fitness?

    People who stay single, or become single again by divorce, may be somewhat more physically fit than those in wedded bliss, a new study suggests.The research, which f...

  11. Multi-Year Study Will Analyze Potential Health Hazards of BP Oil Spill

    The US National Institutes of Health said Tuesday it will use $10 million in BP ( BP ) funds to conduct a multi-year study to analyze potential health hazards caused...

  12. Oil Funds vs. BP Lawsuits

    FBN's legal experts break down whether it’s more advantageous for victims of the BP oil spill to take the government money or hash it out in court.

  1. Government cracking down on e-cigarettes?

    VMR Products CEO and co-founder Jan Verleur on the company and the government’s regulations for e-cigarettes.

  2. What is happening to the food supply in the U.S.?

    Texas Tech University food safety professor Mindy Brashears on the impacts of the California drought.

  3. Memo to Princeton: Facebook Users Are Not Viruses

    Maybe it's not as scary as an outbreak of a contagious disease, but I am absolutely terrified of what passes for research at some of America's top schools, these day...

  4. Why You Need to Ask Doctors if they've Washed their Hands

    When Cari Shane requested that her four-year-old's pediatrician wash her hands before starting the exam, the doctor complied, but was upset. But Shane, who is a publ...

  5. Mysterious Pork Virus May Hike Bacon Prices

    A deadly virus that kills entire piglet litters at a time continues to spread to farms across the United States – and scientists don’t yet have a cure it.

  6. Driving Lessons From a war Zone

    Veterans deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan during the wars underwent hours of combat driver's training.They learned to scan roadsides and be hypervigilant. They also ...

  7. Obese Drivers up to 80% More Likely to Die in Car Crashes

    Obese drivers are up to 80% more likely than those who aren't overweight to die in car accidents, according to a recent report, and researchers say inadequate and im...

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