MSNBC.com - Health
Date PostedArticle
9 min ago Nationwide Fruit Recall Expands Due to Listeria
Fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots sold at Costco, Trader Joe's and Ralph's may be contaminated with listeria.






3 hours ago Precious Cargo: New App Aims To Block Hot-Car Kid Deaths
A new app seeks to remind parental drivers of two critical facts: They have a child in the vehicle and it’s hot outside.






6 hours ago Study Confirms 10 Million Got Obamacare Coverage
Surveys of more than 400,000 Americans confirm that 10 million people who were not insured before got health insurance under Obamacare.






6 hours ago Dueling Rulings: Courts Duke It Out Over Obamacare
Obamacare got taken for a roller-coaster ride when two different appeals courts took completely different takes on the latest challenges to the law.






6 hours ago New App Aims To Block Hot-Car Kid Deaths
A new app seeks to remind parental drivers of two critical facts: They have a child in the vehicle and it’s hot outside.






6 hours ago Heart Attacks Deadliest for Young Women, Study Finds
Heart attacks can be deadliest for young women, according to a new study.






9 hours ago Doctor Leading Ebola Fight Gets Infected
The head doctor fighting the deadly tropical virus Ebola in Sierra Leone has himself caught the disease, the government says.






9 hours ago CDC Lab Chief Resigns After Anthrax Fumble
The head of the government lab that potentially exposed workers to live anthrax has resigned.






Today 'Great Loss' of AIDS Experts in Malaysian Air Disaster
AIDS experts killed in the Malaysia Airlines disaster were focused on building, not destroying, President Obama said.
Today What's That Mom? We Learn Before Birth, Study Says
When it comes to questions of when babies are really beginning to learn, Krueger’s study is “pushing the envelope earlier…it is really before they are born.”






Yesterday Phony Obamacare Applications Soar Through System
It finds 11 of 12 fake applications for health insurance are approved in secret test of government's verification process.






Yesterday Schizophrenia Study, Cash Jump-Start Psych Research
A big study looking at the genetics of schizophrenia, and a giant, $650 million grant, have jumped-started psychiatric research, experts say.






Yesterday Fakin' It: Phony Obamacare Applications Soar Through System
It finds 11 of 12 fake applications for health insurance are approved in secret test of government's verification process.






Yesterday Schizophrenia Study, Cash Jump-Start Psychiatric Research
A big study looking at the genetics of schizophrenia, and a giant, $650 million grant, have jumped-started psychiatric research, experts say.






Yesterday Dueling Rulings: Courts Duke It Out Over Obamacare
Obamacare got taken for a roller-coaster ride when two different appeals courts took completely different takes on the latest challenges to the law.
Yesterday Boy Finishes Triathlon With Disabled Brother
Noah Aldrich didn’t want his brother — who is confined to a wheelchair — to miss out on a triathlon, so he pulled and pushed him the whole way.






Yesterday Recall: 14,000 Oeuf Cribs Could Pose Hazard
Oeuf Sparrow cribs may pose entrapment hazard risk.






Yesterday Lethal Blow? Obamacare Takes Serious Hit in Federal Court
In a potentially lethal blow to Obamacare, a federal appeals court says the federal government may not subsidize many health insurance plans.






Yesterday White House 'Confident in Legal Basis' of Obamacare
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest responds to a federal court ruling that the federal government can’t subsidize health plans bought in states that did not set up marketplaces.






Yesterday Is Crowdfunding Making Us More Generous?
Crowdfunding sites displaying faces of the seriously ill are fueling millions of dollars a day in donations, nudging Americans to help strangers.






Yesterday Why Haven't Scientists Discovered a Cure for AIDS Yet?
We're still a long way from a cure for AIDS, experts agree.






Jul 21, 2014 AIDS and TB Down Globally, Study Finds
Dedicated efforts to fight the AIDS virus and tuberculosis are paying off: both infections are on the decline.






Jul 21, 2014 Hidden Costs: How the Poor Cope with ADHD
A Mississippi family unites around Lyric, 7, who has ADHD. Kids from low-income homes are diagnosed more often with the disorder, research shows.






Jul 20, 2014 Why Isn't There a Vaccine for AIDS Yet?
Researchers have been working on an AIDS vaccine since the 1980s. So what's taking so long?






Jul 20, 2014 Ebola May Have Been Smoldering for Years, Study Says
The deadly Ebola virus that’s killed more than 600 people so far in West Africa may have been smoldering there for years, researchers say.






Jul 20, 2014 Not Always Sunny: Why Summer Sends Stress Soaring
A third of Americans report that they're more stressed during the summer months.






Jul 20, 2014 AIDS Expert Killed Turned Scientists to Activists
A Dutch AIDS researcher killed in last week’s downing of a Malaysian Airways passenger jet helped turn scientists into advocates and even activists.






Jul 20, 2014 Ebola May Have Been Smoldering For Years, Study Says
The deadly Ebola virus that’s killed more than 600 people so far in West Africa may have been smoldering there for years, researchers say.






Jul 20, 2014 Not Always Sunny: Why Summer Can Be a Huge Stressor
A third of Americans report that they're more stressed during the summer months.






Jul 19, 2014 Good News: AIDS Diagnoses Plunge 30 Percent in U.S.
AIDS researchers announced good news on Saturday: The annual rate of diagnosis with HIV fell by more than 30 percent in the US between 2002 and 2011.