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Ebola blood sold on black market

As hospitals in nations hardest hit by Ebola struggle to keep up, desperate patients are turning to the black market to buy blood from survivors of the virus, the World Health Organization warned.

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Breast implant shortage in Venezuela

A shortage of breast implants is making it difficult for Venezuelan women to surgically enhance their bust lines.

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E. coli investigation clears Ore. restaurant

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Health officials in Oregon's Lincoln County say they found no trace of E. coli bacteria in a county restaurant as they investigate two cases of E. coli infection, including one that killed a 4-year-old girl.

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Migraines with aura linked to Parkinson's

People who suffer from migraines with aura during middle age have double the risk of developing Parkinson's disease or other movement disorders later in life than those who do not, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology.

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Federal rule challenges Ore. home care system

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — State officials say a change in federal rules will likely force a major overhaul of Oregon's groundbreaking system for providing publicly funded caregivers to the elderly and disabled.

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Study: Schizophrenia is 8 diseases

What we know -- and psychiatrists have diagnosed for decades -- as schizophrenia may really be eight separate diseases, research published in The American Journal of Psychiatry suggests.

Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis analyzed the D...

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Enterovirus D68 in 17 states, Canada

Enterovirus D68 is likely coming -- if it hasn't already -- to a state near you.

Since mid-August, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had confirmed 140 cases of respiratory illness caused by Enterovirus D68 in 16 states: Alabama, Colorado...

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Poll: One in four Americans worry about Ebola

Roughly one in four Americans are worried that they or someone in their family will become a victim of the virus, according to a new survey.

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