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2 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
A deadly epidemic had gripped a gold rush town in the impenetrable U.S. territory of Alaska nearly 90 years ago, transfixing the nation.
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6 hrs ago | Philly.com
When Olofe Mgbako, a fourth-year medical student, saw a patient having trouble breathing, he was at a loss about how to treat him.
8 hrs ago | Examiner.com
" Dallas Buyers Club is the most Libertarian movie of the year," Fred377 emailed Dallas Libertarian Examiner.
13 hrs ago | MSNBC
Nelson Mandela performs at The Nelson Mandela Foundation's "46664 Give One minute to AIDS" Concert at The Greenpoint Stadium on November 29, 2003 in Cape Town.
17 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
I see individuals and families daily who are being impacted by the disease of heroin addiction.
Michelle McGehee urges her son, 7-year-old Talmage McGehee, to glance away from the incoming needle as he gets his flu shot.
Elisabeth Seaman looks through photos from Bergen-Belsen in her Palo Alto home on November 22, 2013.
Take the poliovirus outbreak in Syria - and Israel and Egypt too - caused by related strains that can be traced back to Pakistan.
Alzheimer's Disease International , based in London, reports a 17% increase in the number of people living with dementia compared with ADI estimates in 2009.
The death of an east valley women continues to spur action from the community and its leaders.
"Cannibal" sandwiches are made with raw ground beef and onions and are believed to have caused multiple E. coli infections Federal health officials have put out a warning against the "cannibal sandwich," a raw meat on a cracker concoction that is a popular holiday treat in Wisconsin.
TWO out of three North Westerners said they are not planning to have the annual flu jab, according to a survey by Fisherman's Friend.
Resin canals determine whether a tree will survive a mass attack by mountain pine beetles.
The extreme cold slamming the Great Plains isn't about to cool off one of the hottest segments of the American economy: North Dakota's oil patch.
Nelson Mandela was one of the first public figures to break the taboo over AIDS in South Africa, a disease that hit close to home when it claimed the life of his own son.
Many governments are woefully unprepared for an epidemic of dementia currently affecting 44 million people worldwide and set to more than treble to 135 million people by 2050, health experts and campaigners said on Thursday.