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Liberia Suspends Election Campaigning Over Ebola
Liberia, the nation hardest hit by the worst Ebola epidemic on record, has seen over 3,000 of its citizens killed by the disease.News Image


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WHO to Ebola Survivors: Abstain From Sex for 3 Months
Men who recover from Ebola should abstain from sex for three months to minimize the risk of passing the virus on in their semen, officials said FridayNews Image


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Sugar Rehab: New Treatment for Not-So-Sweet Addiction
At one of the first treatment centers for people addicted to sugar, patients get real about their "sweet tooth" problems.News Image


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Could This Plane Help Save Ebola Patients?
Germany's government took delivery of a long-haul jet specially adapted for transporting Ebola patients on Thursday.News Image


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Hope At Last: Trial Ebola Vaccine Seems to Work
The first test of an Ebola vaccine in people shows it's safe and appears to be working as designed, doctors reported Wednesday.News Image


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Film Confronts Huntington's Disease Head-On
Independent Film "The Lion's Mouth Open" takes a look at one woman's decision to find out whether she has Huntington's disease.News Image


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GMO Cattle Produce Serum to Fight Hantavirus
Serum from genetically engineered cattle might eventually be used to fight deadly diseases like Ebola and hantavirus, according to a report.News Image


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Grieving Family Hears Son's Heart Beat in Another's Chest
Fittingly for a young man described as tender, with a huge heart that was always in the right place, a part of Matthew Heisler lives on.News Image


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Calling It Quits: American Smoking Hits 50-Year Low
Just 18 percent of Americans are regular smokers, the lowest level in 50 years.News Image


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Half a Million Sign Up for Obamacare in First Week
What a difference a year makes. More than 460,000 people signed up for health insurance on the federal governments website during the first week.News Image


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Family Hears Dead Son's Heart Beat Inside Chest of Organ Recipient
Family of organ donor hears son's heart beating in the chest of the transplant recipient that it saved. KARE's Adrienne Broaddus reports.News Image


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Ryan Reynolds, Michael J. Fox Team Up on Parkinson's
Ryan Reynolds and Michael J. Fox sat down with Willie Geist to talk about their mutual quest to find a cure for Parkinsons.News Image


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All Together: U.S. Ebola Survivors Meet on TODAY
Six American Ebola survivors, meeting together for the first time as a group Wednesday on TODAY, opened up about the unusual bond they share.News Image
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Should Toddlers Switched at Birth Be Exchanged?
The two children, a boy and a girl, were born on the same day in a Johannesburg hospital but were taken home and raised by the wrong parents.News Image


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Most Americans With HIV Missing Treatment, CDC Says
HIV drugs can keep patients healthy, but most Americans with the virus are missing out, a startling new study finds.News Image


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