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Faith Weedling will climb to the top of Brosville United Methodist in a couple of weeks.
It was a scene that repeated itself every time we arrived at a new village in rural Uganda.
A very sick boy, 10, lies in a back alley of the West Point slum on Aug. 19, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia.
A woman gazes at the night air she fears breathing in an illustration that the artist probably never intended to be in a story like this.
While battling dementia in his final days, the former Royal Army Ordnance Corp soldier would sometimes be discovered by wife Julia with a tear in his eye, speaking of "poor boys" lost in the conflict.
West Africa's Ebola epidemic, the deadliest on record, presents particular challenges for medical staff.
Last month we reported on an app which can identify malaria , and now a California student has developed an add-on for smartphones which can help identify the disease.
New mosquito disease seen in Louisiana Residents are urged to do their part to limit mosquito breeding areas around their homes.
I'm taking the death of Dr. Adadevoh very badly, but this is a scrap of consolation.
Mobile, Ala. The Mobile County Health Department confirms a 17 year-old girl contracted Malaria during a mission trip to the Republic of Uganda.
Intellectual Ventures, which has been the scourge of the tech industry for years, may be in trouble after reportedly laying off 20 percent of its staff.
Half of the world's population is at risk for malaria, according to the World Health Organization - and new science is one step closer to developing a vaccine for this life-threatening disease.
Dr. Nagla Karim is the principal investigator in a clinical trial to determine whether a drug used to prevent and treat malaria could also help combat cancer.
Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by a parasite that invades one red blood cell after another.
Rising seas and melting polar ice caps and glaciers documented by impressive satellite imagery capture the attention of the news media and make headlines.
Health preparedness and procedures in the United States should prevent a domestic outbreak of Ebola, whose death toll in western Africa now has topped 1,000.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 03:31 am
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