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Almost 90% of Americans aren't aware that it's time to sign up for Obamacare healthcare plans.
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Well: It’s Time to Try Nutty, Sour Trahana
Drinking your morning coffee — even decaffeinated coffee — may protect your liver.
On the Road: For Travel Pros, Ebola Fears Create Teaching Moments
Well: Genetic Variant May Shield Latinas From Breast Cancer
RT @vikasbajaj: Terrific account by @helenecooper on returning to Liberia and finding resilience amid horror
C.D.C. Issues New Guidelines for Ebola Care
The Working Life: Baby on Way, Worker Gets Her Job Back
On Ebola Response, Congressional Republicans Put New Focus on Visa Suspensions
Ethicist Calls CPR Too Risky in Ebola
Teaching autistic kids how to behave at the dentist's office, ten seconds at a time
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Well: Robotic Surgery Report Card
Finishing a basic teeth cleaning can be a colossal challenge for parents of children with autism.
Well: A Weight Loss Belief Is Tested
Well: Coffee May Protect the Liver
Well: Stemming a Stream of Pain for Children with Sickle Cell Disease
Global Health: Steroids Are No Boon to World’s Poorer Women
Reactions: Patient Records, O.C.D. Burdens, Teenagers Interrogated
Profiles in Science: The Malaria Fighter
One of the most quietly effective leaders in public health — the malaria fighter.
RT @HannaIngber: Charitable giving to address Ebola is almost nonexistent, writes @ssstrom
Well: For Children With Autism, Opening a Door to Dental Care
Donations for Ebola Relief Efforts Are Slow to Take Off @ssstrom
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RT @sangerkatz: Good @aaronecarroll piece on weirdest part of Duncan Ebola story: why he was given an antibiotic.
Books: A Frightening Diagnosis Is Only Start of the Story in ‘Not Fade Away’ and ‘Now I See You’
So far the only people who have caught Ebola outside of W Africa are health workers. Even household contacts didn't.…
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Donations for Ebola Relief Efforts Are Slow to Take Off
W.H.O. Declares Nigeria Free of Ebola
The first Ebola patient in the U.S. was sent home on antibiotics, an example of a larger problem in prescribing them…
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The New Health Care: On an Antibiotic? You May Be Getting Only a False Sense of Security
The plot has thickened with smell.
The Hot Zone author talks about the current Ebola outbreak and what he got wrong.
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Well: Hard Lesson in Sleep for Teenagers
Ebola is just the latest disaster to strike Liberia. A powerful, evocative piece by Monrovia-born @helenecooper
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The 21-day monitoring period is over for nearly all the roughly 50 people being monitored for Ebola in Dallas.
Just like people in the U.S., everyone in Monrovia was talking about Duncan, writes @helenecooper
Parents pulled children out of a school after the principal went to Zambia, an African nation untouched by Ebola.
"When Eunice and I took a picture together .. we made sure not to touch." The personal side of Ebola in Liberia.
White House has temporarily cut funding for experiments that study infectious agents by making them more dangerous.
Mr. Duncan’s fiancée and others declared Ebola-free in Dallas.
"There is a strength here that I had never before realized," writes @helenecooper of returning home to Liberia.
Fear of Ebola Closes Schools and Shapes Politics
Reporter's Notebook: In Homeland, Liberia Native Finds Resilience Amid Horror
A Word With: Richard Preston: Updating a Chronicle of Suffering: Author of ‘The Hot Zone’ Tracks Ebola’s Evolution
Dozens in Ohio Monitored for Possible Exposure to Nurse With Ebola
At Service for Dallas Ebola Victim, Relatives Recall a Gentle, Generous Man
Opinionator | Couch: Why Doctors Need Stories