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The Supreme Court has blocked Texas from enforcing key parts of a 2013 law that would close all but eight of the state's abortion facilities.
The Dallas nurse infected with Ebola virus while treating patient Thomas Eric Duncan is doing well and grateful for her care, the hospital says.
The CDC announced important enhancements being made to Ebola response including a deployment of a CDC team to any infected people.
CDC experts have moved into a Dallas hospital to help improve infection control there. Watch here for a CDC update.
Get ready to hear about even more new cases of that mysterious virus, enterovirus D-68 -- the CDC has developed a new, quick lab test for the virus.
Apple and Facebook appear to be the first major employers to offer this coverage for non-medical reasons.
Dallas Nurse Nina Pham is the latest Ebola patient to get serum from Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly. Why can't everyone have some?
A new study looking at 100 years of swimsuits finds that in the 1920's swimwear exposed 18-23 percent of the skin, opposed to 80-92 percent of skin today, which matches the sharp rise in melanomas, since the 1930's.
Once known only as "patient number 19," Troy Stulen is emerging as the face of a mysterious superbug outbreak.
CDC hosts a press briefing to update the investigation of Ebola in the United States and West Africa.
WHO assistant director-general Dr. Bruce Aylward says "a lot more people will die" if the Ebola response isn't stepped up quickly.
Bruce Aylward from the World Health Organization tells reporters that there appears to be a slowdown of new cases in the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak, but the level of disease still needs to get to zero.
NBC News freelancer Ashoka Mukpo has taken to Twitter to express gratitude for "good vibes" sent his way as he recovers from Ebola.
A United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures," authorities said.
Dallas officials confirm that Bentley, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel belonging Ebola patient Nina Pham, will be kept in isolation.
For the third time, Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly has donated blood plasma to help treat someone fighting the virus, a spokesman said Monday.