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While nearly 7 in 10 school kids put a vegetable on their lunch trays, only about half of them took even one bite of it, according to a new study.
A renowned hairdresser in Chile has helped over 300 children boost their self-esteem while undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
Nebraska Medical Center doctors hold a news conference to discuss the death of Dr. Martin Salia, the third patient with the Ebola virus.
Dr. Martin Salia, an Ebola patient being treated in Nebraska, has died, medical officials said Monday.
A surgeon diagnosed with Ebola in Sierra Leone is in an "extremely critical condition," doctors treating him in Nebraska said Sunday.
Thousands of kids have faced serious — and potentially deadly — side effects after consuming energy drinks, new research shows.
Three people in Mali are infected with Ebola, and one person has died in a different city, in an unrelated case, according to the CDC.
The Navajo Nation Council voted 10-4 to impose a 2 percent sales tax on items such as cookies, chips and sodas.
The full weight of the future seems to teeter on whether Mike and Debbie Jones can somehow prevent their 12-year-old son from wasting away.
A plane carrying Dr. Martin Salia, a surgeon infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone, arrived at a Nebraska airfield Saturday afternoon.
A critically ill surgeon diagnosed with Ebola is due to arrive in the U.S. on Saturday, officials said.
The HealthCare.gov website relaunched with little fanfare Saturday and appeared to work smoothly early on.
A Florida mother and daughter who gave birth at the same hospital on the same day have returned home with their new babies — together.
It's Lung Cancer Awareness Month, but experts say the disease doesn’t get the kind of funding or support given to breast cancer and other big killers.
The son of the newest Ebola patient in the U.S., Dr. Martin Salia, said his father knew the risks of going to West Africa but still wanted to help.
Researchers at MIT have invented a pill that could do away with injections. But the invention doesn't mean the end of the needle.