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Essay: Magic May Lurk Inside Us All
Global Health: Latrines May Not Improve Health of Poor Children
Breaking: the 5-year-old in NYC tested negative for the Ebola virus.
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Books: Martha Weinman Lear Returns to Medical Memoir, With Less Fury, in ‘Echoes of Heartsounds’
The Scan: A Mathematical Thriller and an Exhibition of What Could Go Wrong
Need a dinner idea? Try one of these five recipes with bitter greens
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Well: Doctors and Decision Fatigue
New Rules Coming for Health Care Workers Returning From West Africa
Older insomniacs may actually be getting more than 7 hrs sleep. What?…
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Doctors Without Borders has sent 700 doctors & aid workers to Ebola-stricken countries
Public Health: AIDS Activists Oppose Cuomo on Ebola Quarantines
The New Old Age Blog: Insomniac, but Not Sleep-Deprived
More than 10,000 people have contracted Ebola since March, according to the WHO
Nurse held in quarantine is ordered released as Ebola policy flips and flops all over the place.
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Well: The Pleasure of Bitter Greens
Marathons, pregnancies--each hard on their own. How do elite runners do both?
For New York Crew, Fighting Ebola With Brush and Cleanser
Basics: Ebola and the Vast Viral Universe
A 5-year-old boy who recently returned to NYC from Guinea is being tested for Ebola
Mayor BDB stressing difficulty of Ebola transmission: "We’ve got to look at this in context. We’ve got to stop making this more than it is."
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.@BilldeBlasio says anyone who didn't come into contact with a person with Ebola overseas can go home with monitoring.
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The New Health Care: What to Look for in Judging the Affordable Care Act
Well: Obese Children Show Early Signs of Heart Disease
The New Health Care: Choosing a Health Plan Is Hard, Even for a Health Economist
Is the Affordable Care Act Working?
As States Look to Halt Ebola, Restrictions Prompt a Debate
As Ebola Spreads, Asia Senses Vulnerability
Wikipedia Is Emerging as Trusted Internet Source for Information on Ebola
Nurse Who Spoke Out About Quarantine Felt a Calling for Health Care, Friends Say
Well: Revised Nutrition Labels Still Won’t Tell Whole Story
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A Bite to Remember? Chocolate Is Shown to Aid Memory
Governors of New York and New Jersey Defend Ebola Quarantine Amid Concerns
Governors of New York and New Jersey Defend Ebola Quarantine
Msgr. William B. O’Brien, 90, Is Dead; Helped Start Drug Rehabilitation Agency
Well: Ask Well: Ebola Testing for All New Arrivals?
Insurers’ Consumer Data Isn’t Ready for Enrollees
More Than 10,000 Africa Ebola Cases, Health Agency Says
New York Ebola Patient Enters Next, More Serious Phase of Illness, Officials Say
Paying Till It Hurts: As Insurers Try to Limit Costs, Providers Hit Patients With More Separate Fees
For Pregnant Marathoners, 2 Endurance Tests
Early New York Response: Polar Opposite of Dallas’s
After Negative Ebola Test, Quarantined Nurse Criticizes Treatment at Newark Airport
NYC Health Commissioner Has Helped Quell Ebola Fears
Opinion: The Dangers of Eating Late at Night
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Bellevue Back on Front Line in Another Crisis
Mali Reports First Death From Ebola