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Wrap up warm today: The cold virus does love cold weather nyti.ms/1xM1OyG pic.twitter.com/kkw4evs2Ov
Researching the smell of rain could also help us understand disease spreading bacteria. nyti.ms/1CYgjz2 pic.twitter.com/XSjdJUi8gU
Remembering Dr. Jean Lindenmann, who helped discover powerful antiviral substance interferon nyti.ms/1CIq4kL pic.twitter.com/ThHUsAygKa
Trying to change your life for the better? Maybe it's time to call for rewrite. tinyurl.com/kdh23rk pic.twitter.com/gQwDtvwmPI
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No smoke and no smell, but new e-joints could encourage addiction. nyti.ms/1y5yCTs pic.twitter.com/OhVOo0ebFk
Jack had a "crummy" cold then became 1 of 103 kids w/ a paralyzed limb. Why? A research update nyti.ms/1y5flDk pic.twitter.com/zKefCymdnw
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Here are the states where the flu is currently most brutal, according to @CDCgov nyti.ms/174IWRd pic.twitter.com/FKarH4Vi1C
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You don't need to wash your mushrooms or trim the ends. nyti.ms/1xvmHh6 pic.twitter.com/hIxMDwU3MU
If you missed it -- this is how stairs may look to your parents and here’s how you can help. nyti.ms/1tCjHju pic.twitter.com/PopdzCKvr6
A hero that emerged this year: the Ebola ambulance worker. nyti.ms/1tCfgW5 pic.twitter.com/cfexiMRPuo
One of our top 10 videos of 2014: they unexpectedly found love in a hospital room nyti.ms/1rxNKrq pic.twitter.com/JIzjvnAd4m
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Two nurses at this clinic in Koindu, Sierra Leone died caring for patients with Ebola. nyti.ms/1tv7FbS pic.twitter.com/Fn0e2GBkpO
Video: Back to the beginning — Ebola’s patient zero. nyti.ms/1tvqFqx pic.twitter.com/0YaR5ziK6z
Ebola outbreaks tend to follow a somewhat predictable pattern. nyti.ms/1tval9l pic.twitter.com/VcaWANTDKT
In May, virus hunters thought they had stopped Ebola in its tracks. They were wrong. nytimes.com/2014/12/30/hea… pic.twitter.com/MWu2tfXtr6
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For a moment last spring, the Ebola epidemic sweeping West Africa might have been stopped. nyti.ms/1tv7FbS pic.twitter.com/tJufL2i7yt
What do most people say they want for a gift? pic.twitter.com/jvNKFY9gi1