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57 min ago 'Horror Story' Actor Killed in Accident 'Saves Three Lives'
Actor Ben Woolf, who played Meep on "American Horror Story: Freak Show" and died Monday following a car accident was able to help three women.






22 hours ago Ebola Survivor Nancy Writebol Returning to Liberia
Nancy and David Writebol are headed back to Liberia Sunday, eight months after she became the second American infected with the Ebola virus.
22 hours ago Sierra Leone VP Places Himself in Ebola Quarantine
Sam-Sumana is in a 21-day quarantine after one of his bodyguards died of Ebola amid a worrying surge in new infections in the West African nation.






22 hours ago Dallas Nurse Who Survived Ebola Plans to Sue
The 26-year-old nurse says she has nightmares, body aches and insomnia as a result of contracting the disease.






Yesterday Ebola Victim Returns to Liberia, Aids Research
Nancy and David Writebol are headed back to Liberia Sunday, eight months after she became the second American infected with the Ebola virus.






Yesterday Ebola Survivor Donating Plasma
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol and her husband David are two volunteers helping to test an experimental vaccine against the deadly virus.






Feb 27, 2015 Lawsuit Claims Purina Beneful Is Poisoning and Killing Dogs
A class-action lawsuit filed against the Nestle Purina PetCare Company alleges that Beneful dog food contains toxins that can harm or kill dogs.






Feb 27, 2015 Going Back: Ebola Victim Returns to Liberia, Aids Research
Nancy and David Writebol are headed back to Liberia Sunday, eight months after she became the second American infected with the Ebola virus.






Feb 27, 2015 Wife of Ebola Survivor Donates Plasma
Nancy Writebol, the wife of David Writebol, an American who was infected with Ebola in Africa, talks with NBC News' Maggie Fox about why she is donating plasma.






Feb 27, 2015 Parents' Bucks - Not Marriage - Impact Kids' Well-Being
Which matters more to a child's future: living in a traditional family or financial security? The short answer: money, a new analysis concludes.






Feb 27, 2015 New HPV Vaccine Will Prevent More Cancer: Panel
Children and young adults should get Merck's new HPV vaccine to prevent various forms of cancer, including cervical cancer, federal advisers say.






Feb 26, 2015 Panel Recommends New, Better HPV Vaccine
Children and young adults should get Merck's new HPV vaccine to prevent various forms of cancer, including cervical cancer, federal advisers say.






Feb 26, 2015 Panel Advises Sparing Use of New Meningitis B Vaccines
Two new meningitis vaccines just approved should only be used for vulnerable people and during outbreaks and not be given routinely, a panel says.






Feb 26, 2015 Girl Scouts Turn Into YouTube Stars To Boost Cookie Sales
Tech-savvy Girl Scouts are adding YouTube commercial videos to their to-do lists, along with door-to-door selling.






Feb 26, 2015 Report Slams U.S. Ebola Response and Readiness
A scathing report says the U.S. failed ethically in its response to Ebola -- and risked lives in the process






Feb 26, 2015 Premature Death More Likely if You Have ADHD: Study
People with ADHD are twice as likely to die earlier than those without the condition, researchers reported Wednesday.






Feb 26, 2015 Premature Death Twice as Likely if You Have ADHD: Study
People with ADHD are twice as likely to die earlier than those without the condition, researchers reported Wednesday.






Feb 25, 2015 Got ADHD? You May Live a Shorter Life, Study Shows
People with ADHD are twice as likely to die earlier than those without the condition, researchers reported Wednesday.






Feb 25, 2015 Baddest Bug: C. Diff Hits Half a Million Americans
More than 450,000 Americans get infected with the deadly bug Clostridium difficile each year, according to a new report.






Feb 25, 2015 No High Risk: Marijuana May be Less Harmful Than Alcohol, Tobacco
Recreational pot — set to go legal in Washington, D.C. on Thursday — is less dangerous than both alcohol and tobacco, scientists assert.






Feb 25, 2015 More Animals Used in Lab Experiments, Study Finds
Many Americans question the use of lab animals for science, but the number of animals undergoing experiments is rising, a new report shows.






Feb 25, 2015 FTC Fines Apps That Claim to Detect Melanoma
There's an app for almost everything - but don't bet your life on one that promises to detect skin cancer.






Feb 25, 2015 FTC Targets Apps That Claim to Detect Melanoma
There's an app for almost everything - but don't bet your life on one that promises to detect skin cancer.






Feb 25, 2015 Bioethicist: Presidential Hopefuls Ducking Gun Issue
Among all of the media questions leveled at presidential hopefuls, no one is asking the contenders about firearms, a bioethicists asserts.






Feb 25, 2015 Could What Makes Food Creamy Help Make You Fat?
Could food additives called emulsifiers help make people fatter?






Feb 25, 2015 Vaccinate Against Measles, WHO Tells Europe and Russia
More than 22,000 cases of measles have been reported in parts of Europe and Russia over the past year and the worst-affected countries need to get busy vaccinating, WHO says.






Feb 25, 2015 Big Tobacco Settles Smoking Lawsuits for $100M
The agreement will cover more than 400 lawsuits filed in federal court in Florida by smokers or their families.






Feb 24, 2015 New Technique Gives Men Bionic Hands
Three men who had lost the use of their hands after accidents have been fitted with bionic hands using a new surgical method.






Feb 24, 2015 Holy Smokes! Kosher Kush Could Be Coming to NYC
Several companies have approached rabbi for certification, according to The Jewish Daily Forward.






Feb 23, 2015 This Pill May Help Save Ebola Patients
An experimental pill may help patients with Ebola - if they get it before they're too sick.