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Correction: Wrong Sperm-Lawsuit story
All those postings about sore throats, kids with tummy aches, and parents with runny noses can provide vital clues to public health.
United Airlines says it is contacting people on flights taken by man later stricken with Ebola
Pakistan reports 7 new polio victims, edging closer to record number of cases in the country
American cameraman working for NBC in Liberia tests positive for Ebola virus
Ugandan doctor who contracted Ebola in West Africa flown to Germany for treatment
EU antitrust body approves $5.4 billion sale of Novartis division to US competitor Eli Lilly
"We've been working with our health care providers and health care institutions to try to identify possible cases of people who traveled from West Africa and potentially have Ebola infection," says Dr. David Blythe, state epidemiologist for the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Ohio woman sues after receiving sperm from a black donor instead of a white donor
Hong Kong stocks fall further amid protests, other Asian markets higher ahead of US jobs data
Questions and answers about the US Ebola case
Officials order 4 members of family that hosted Ebola patient to stay home
Family of California girl declared legally brain-dead asks court to determine she is alive
Some Dallas parents pull kids from schools where 5 students possibly exposed to Ebola patient
Free birth control cuts teen pregnancy, abortions; study shows value of long-acting methods
Family that hosted Ebola patient confined to home as circle of people possibly exposed widens
Hospital says patient denied he had been exposed to anyone ill while in Ebola-ravaged Liberia
Imagine finding out you were on the flight with a person known to have a deadly virus? That's what happened to a Columbia, Maryland, man.
9 ex-players opt out of NFL concussion litigation; about 20,000 in class, deadline is Oct. 14
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