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Thousands of people in Sierra Leone are being forced to violate Ebola quarantines to find food, aid agencies said.
A new study released by Cornell University says that voters generally find the candidate associated with their political party to be more attractive.
Asian countries are not contributing enough to the global effort, despite having a wealth of trained medical personnel, the development bank says.
Clara Peterson of Corte Madera, California, is a mom of three kids —ages 5, 3 and 11 months -- and an elite runner who trained through all three of her pregnancies.
A needle-free Ebola vaccine protects monkeys 100 percent of the time from the virus, even a year after they’ve been vaccinated, researchers say.
The question many are now asking is whether Brittany Maynard did something unethical. Bioethicist Arthur Caplan says she did not.
Another doctor in Sierra Leone has died of Ebola — the fifth local doctor in the West African nation to die of the disease, authorities said Monday.
Moms may be talking more to their infant daughters than their sons during the early weeks and months of a child’s life.
Brittany Maynard has purposely ended her own life, activists close to her family confirmed Sunday night.
Quarantines for health workers who return from helping Ebola patients are driven by “an abundance of politics,” defiant nurse Kaci Hickox said.
A United Nations health worker suffering from Ebola has been flown to France from Sierra Leone for treatment, the French health ministry said.
A CDC campaign that lets U.S. bosses tally financial losses linked to overweight employees is fueling workplace discrimination, critics assert.
The WHO’s updated guidelines on protective gear suggest only highly trained professionals should care for Ebola patients, leading U.S. doctors say.
Doctor Phuoc Le will travel to West Africa next week to join the fight against Ebola — a trip that involves a great deal of sacrifice.
With more women and youth joining the 40 million Americans who enjoy gun sports, experts say the use of lead ammunition can pose deadly risks.
An in-depth look at the patients in the current Ebola epidemic provides some important clues about how the virus kills. Hint: It's not bleeding.
A Dallas nurse who recovered from Ebola will soon be reunited with her dog, which has been sequestered since his owner became ill.