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2 hours ago Slow Response? Ebola Victim's Nephew Says He Alerted Feds
The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. wasn't appropriately treated until a relative called the federal government, his nephew said.
5 hours ago Ebola Patient Vomited 'All Over,' Witness Tells Reuters
Two days after he was sent home from a Dallas hospital, Thomas Eric Duncan was seen vomiting on the ground outside an apartment complex.






8 hours ago Why Was Ebola Patient Sent Home After First Hospital Trip?
How did Thomas Eric Duncan, the Dallas Ebola patient, get sent home from the hospital when he first sought care?






11 hours ago Why Was the Ebola Patient Sent Home After First Trip to Hospital?
How did Thomas Eric Duncan, the Dallas Ebola patient, get sent home from the hospital when he first sought care?






11 hours ago Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With Kids, Perry Says
Texas Gov. Rick Perry held a news conference Wednesday at the hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.






14 hours ago Close to Home: First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in U.S., CDC Confirms
The CDC has confirmed the first patient to accidentally carry Ebola to the United States has been diagnosed at a hospital in Dallas.






14 hours ago Ebola Phobia? 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Panic
From parents of school kids in Dallas to frightened investors, medical experts warn that Americans may be overreacting to Ebola.
14 hours ago Respiratory Virus Seen in 4 Deaths, but Role Unclear
Officials said the girl died from a staph infection associated with enterovirus and called it "a very rare combination."






14 hours ago U.S. Ebola Patient Fell Ill After Helping Woman: Report
Thomas Eric Duncan helped his landlords take their 19-year-old daughter, Marthalene Williams, to a clinic that turned her away.






14 hours ago Liberians in Texas Turn to Faith as Ebola Reaches U.S.
The more severe the Ebola outbreak gets, the more grief seen at Sunday services.






17 hours ago Ebola Update: More Than 7,000 Cases in West Africa
The U.S. Ebola case total is 1. WHO just updated the numbers for West Africa, and counts 7,178 cases.






17 hours ago Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With Kids, Perry Says
Texas Governor Rick Perry held a news conference Wednesday at the hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.






17 hours ago Ebola Crisis: How Americans Can Help
More organizations are mobilizing to help the outbreak in West Africa. Here's how to contribute.






17 hours ago Monrovia Hotels, Businesses Use Bleach Solution to Fight Ebola
Hotels and Businesses around Liberia are taking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of Ebola.






17 hours ago How Did The Ebola Patient Escape for Two Days?
How did Thomas Eric Duncan, the Dallas Ebola patient, get sent home from the hospital when he first sought care?






20 hours ago Texting While Walking: Dangerous Traffic Trend for Teens
Two in five teens say they have been hit or nearly hit by a car, bike or motorcycle while walking, a new report finds.
20 hours ago Scary Bad: 9 Worst Halloween Costumes For Kids
From the sexy to the stupid, these highly dubious Halloween costumes for kids are real, in children's sizes and available for sale right now.
20 hours ago Watch Live: Gov. Rick Perry Holds News Conference on Texas Ebola case
Texas Gov. Rick Perry holds a press conference regarding the first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States.






20 hours ago Did It Spread? What We Know About the U.S. Ebola Patient
Here are answers to key questions about the first person to accidentally bring Ebola to the United States.






20 hours ago Crisis Mode: Should We Trust the CDC on Ebola?
"We will stop Ebola in its tracks in the U.S.,” CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden says confidently, over and over. But how can we be sure?






20 hours ago Perry: Ebola Patient had Contact With 5 Students
Texas Governor Rick Perry announces that five Dallas-area students had some contact with the Ebola patient currently in Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.






20 hours ago Toxic Chicken: Petition Demands Crackdown on Salmonella
A public interest group says the USDA should test for salmonella in meat and poultry without waiting for reports of illness.






20 hours ago Superintendent: Five Students Attend Four Dallas Schools
Superintendent of Dallas Schools, Mike Miles, Says that the five students who came into contact with an Ebola patient came from four different schools in the district.






23 hours ago Texas' Liberian Community Reacts to Ebola Patient
News that a patient at a Dallas hospital is being treated for Ebola after arriving from West Africa has alarmed the local Liberian community.






23 hours ago Sidewalk Danger: Distracted Teens
New survey finds music and texting on mobile devices put teens at risk when they're crossing the street. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.






23 hours ago Joan Lunden: What I Wish I Knew Before Breast Cancer
I’ve never dealt with a terrible illness of any kind — I’ve really been a picture of health, writes Lunden who was diagnosed with breast cancer in June.






23 hours ago White Mom Sues Over Black Donor Sperm Mix-Up
Jennifer Cramblett says she loves her biracial child but is worried about raising her in an all-white community.






Yesterday Health Inc.: Big Pharma Paid Billions to Doctors
The payments include consulting and speaking fees, travel, meals, entertainment and research grants






Yesterday Did It Spread? What We Know About the Texas Ebola Patient
Here are answers to key questions about the first person to accidentally bring Ebola to the United States.






Yesterday Did It Spread? What We Know About U.S. Ebola Patient
Here are answers to key questions about the first person to accidentally bring Ebola to the United States.