To Your Health
For the visually impaired, Argentina offers blind people a place to play tennis
Egyptian health officials: Woman diagnosed with bird flu dies, second fatality this year
Hopes and fears as sign-up season opens for second year of health law's insurance markets
CDC officials say 172 people on California-bound cruise fell ill with norovirus
After cluster of Ebola illnesses in Mali, US orders travelers from there to undergo screening
Nearly a year after Ebola outbreak starts, Mali now on high alert with new deaths in capital
Scientists say they've found that a 10-second French kiss can transfer up to 80 million bacteria.
Dutch authorities confirm bird flu that can be transmitted to humans at chicken farm
The head of a Maryland program says the goal is to give caregivers a better life, adding that they have to take care of themselves in order to take better care of their loved ones.
Health law premium hikes seen for many in 2015 unless they switch to lower-cost plans
Doctor: Surgeon with Ebola being treated in Nebraska 'extremely ill,' in critical condition
Health risks, economic impact from Lake Erie algae blooms being reviewed by US-Canadian agency
Clemson coach Swinney says QB Deshaun Watson has no major knee damage after weekend injury
Actor Patrick Dempsey honored in home state of Maine for his work on cancer care
Obama says American public was not misled about provisions of his health care law
There are screenings at several sites throughout the nation.
Congo says its Ebola outbreak _ separate from West Africa epidemic _ now over
Liberia president replaces health minister amid charges of flawed Ebola response
Fort Bragg troops leave for West Africa to help humanitarian groups in fight against Ebola
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