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US Health Worker Contracts Ebola in Sierra Leone, Receiving Treatment at NIH
The patient is the 11th person to get medical care for the deadly virus in the U.S....


Two More Aid Workers Flown Back to US For Ebola Monitoring
Fifteen workers have been sent home since last week....


Ebola Epidemic Could Reach 1.4 Million by Early 2015
The CDC’s predictions for this deadly virus are grim....


Rape Victims May Have to Pay for Some Medical Services
Victims pay more for sexually assault-related health services....


Obama Says US Can't Shy Away From Ebola Battle
President Obama believes Ebola can be contained and defeated....


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


Report: 87 Deceased NFL Players Test Positive for CTE
The long-term brain disease continues to cast dark cloud over league....


The Fall Superfood You Should Be Eating
Pumpkins aren’t just for carving. They are a great source for crucial nutrients....


Can Vitamin D Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?
A current study is recruiting prediabetic adults to test this theory....


On the Record With...Swizz Beatz
Swizz Beatz has created some of the most well-known songs on the radio, but for this Grammy Award-w...


Young Blacks More Likely to Be Arrested for Non-Violent Crimes
New interactive map shows where this legal injustice happens most....


Obama Says He's "Not Happy" With Health Care Woes
President Obama addresses problems with health care rollout in Boston Speech....


Obamacare Gets a "Drop It Like It's Hot" Remake
A parody rap urges millennials to sign up for health care "cause it's hot."...


Son of Glory Foods Founder Speaks on Dad’s Legacy in African-American Cuisine
Bill Williams Jr., son of the late founder of Glory Foods, shares father’s legacy in African-Americ...


Wanna Lose Weight? Keep a Food Journal
A recent study conducted at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center cut through some of the conf...


Retired NFL Players Have a Higher Risk of Dying from Alzheimer’s Disease
A study reveals that professional football players are four times more likely to die from Alzheimer...


Energy Security, Good Will Top Obama Agenda in Jamaica Visit
President Obama met with Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and with other leaders in th...


In Search of National Identity, South Sudan Promotes Local Creatives
South Sudanese eager to revamp the nation's identity are promoting and showcasing local creatives a...


National Science Organization Discriminates Against Blacks
The National Institutes of Health, a new study finds, gives Blacks fewer grants than whites....


Stroke Care Worse for African-Americans
A recent study conducted at Wayne State University in Detroit suggests that African-American patien...

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