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When Caring Kills: Ebola Claims Nurses Who Touched Baby
In the heart-breaking treatment of Ebola, holding a baby cost many nurses their lives.News Image


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When Caring Kills: The Human Cost of Ebola
In the heart-breaking treatment of Ebola, holding a baby cost many nurses their lives.News Image


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When Caring Kills: The Human Cost of Ebola
In the heart-breaking treatment of Ebola, holding a baby cost many nurses their lives.News Image
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:32:32 GMT
Pollution Harms Babies in Second Trimester
In a new study researchers found that pollution exposure during the second trimester poses the greatest risk of harming an unborn babys lungs.News Image


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What Your Fave Horror Flick Says About You
Why do we pay good money to see psychotic clowns, vengeful ghosts and chainsaw-wielding serial killers terrorize people on screen? It's complicated.News Image


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Report: Paralyzed Man Walks After Nerve Cell Transplant
According to the BBC, a man who was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack has been able to walk again after nerve cells from his nose were transplanted into his spinal cord.News Image


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Paralyzed Man Walks With Help After New Treatment
A paralyzed man was able to walk with some assistance after doctors transplanted cells from his nasal cavity into his spinal cord.News Image


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Report: Paralyzed Walks After Nerve Cell Transplant
According to the BBC, a man who was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack has been able to walk again after nerve cells from his nose were transplanted into his spinal cord.News Image


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Ebola Vaccine Trial Aims for January Rollout: WHO
An experimental Ebola vaccine could be in use in West Africa as early as January, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday.News Image


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Poll: 45% Worry That They or a Family Member Could Contract Ebola
A majority of Americans 63 percent are worried that the U.S. will see a large number of Ebola cases in the next year.News Image


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Infection Protection: New Ebola Guidelines Stress Gear Ritual
The CDC issued new detailed guidelines Monday for health care workers who meet Ebola patients.News Image


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American Fights for Liberian Orphans Amid Own Ebola Scare
When Liberia closed schools to fight Ebola, Katie Meyler didn't go home to New Jersey: She raced to help children victimized twice by the epidemic.News Image


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Microsoft Offers Cloud Tools in Fight Against Ebola
Microsoft will provide free cloud-computing and research applications to medical researchers working on the Ebola virus.News Image


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Ebola Coincidence: Amber Vinson Neighbor Also Knew Duncan
"Why is this virus following me?" asked nineteen-year-old Forkpah Worloma, who was born in Liberia but lives in Dallas.News Image


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Texas Hospital Presbyterian Nurse: 'Our Hospital Is Safe'
Nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, where two nurses fell ill treating the nation's first Ebola patient, spoke out for the first time, saying their hospital is safe and vowing to reaffirm the public's trust.News Image


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