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NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola

A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to New York from West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus, becoming the first diagnosed case in the city, authorities said late Thursday.

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C.O. health officials conduct Ebola exercise

In order to plan an effective response to the possibility of the Ebola virus being detected in Central Oregon, regional partners conducted a tabletop exercise on Tuesday in Redmond.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen

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Paul Allen pledges $100 million to fight Ebola

Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder, has increased his commitment in the fight against Ebola to $100 million on Thursday.

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Walden, colleagues press president on Ebola

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., and 27 fellow Republicans on House panel wrote to President Obama and other administration officials Thursday, seeking more answers on the administration's response and preparedness to treat Ebola patients and prevent further spread of the virus.

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Diet pill study promoted by Dr. Oz retracted

Dr. Mehmet Oz has been under fire recently for promoting weight loss products on TV's "The Dr. Oz Show" that aren't backed by a lot of scientific evidence. Now a study supporting one of those products has been withdrawn by its lead researchers.

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Maker of Camel cigarettes bans smoking in its offices

Joe Camel isn't going to be able to smoke at his desk any longer. Reynolds American, the nation's No. 2 tobacco company, will no longer let its employees smoke in most places at work starting next year.

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Cell transplant sees paralyzed man walk again

A ground-breaking cell transplant has allowed a paralyzed man to walk again, researchers announced Tuesday.

Bend hospital using new machine to fight illness

St. Charles uses new technology to battle the bug

It's that time of year again, for the sneezes and sniffles. And although most of us never know exactly which bug is making us feel bad, you can now feel good about a new test designed to do just that.

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