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Almost 90% of Americans aren't aware that it's time to sign up for Obamacare healthcare plans. nyti.ms/1vIbwR4
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Well: It’s Time to Try Nutty, Sour Trahana nyti.ms/1yfxevh
Drinking your morning coffee — even decaffeinated coffee — may protect your liver. nyti.ms/ZM4DBA pic.twitter.com/23QtI6qY4K
On the Road: For Travel Pros, Ebola Fears Create Teaching Moments nyti.ms/1t6QyeW
Well: Genetic Variant May Shield Latinas From Breast Cancer nyti.ms/1wkZWtc
RT @vikasbajaj: Terrific account by @helenecooper on returning to Liberia and finding resilience amid horror bit.ly/1tEUnZH
C.D.C. Issues New Guidelines for Ebola Care nyti.ms/1vZl23H
The Working Life: Baby on Way, Worker Gets Her Job Back nyti.ms/1rovIkE
On Ebola Response, Congressional Republicans Put New Focus on Visa Suspensions nyti.ms/1vZ8CZq
Ethicist Calls CPR Too Risky in Ebola nyti.ms/1rosxcS
Teaching autistic kids how to behave at the dentist's office, ten seconds at a time nyti.ms/1vDZuIr pic.twitter.com/cgfiHvJ6wt
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Well: Robotic Surgery Report Card nyti.ms/1ror8mz
Finishing a basic teeth cleaning can be a colossal challenge for parents of children with autism. nyti.ms/1tGqtnR
Well: A Weight Loss Belief Is Tested nyti.ms/1vYTdsc
Well: Coffee May Protect the Liver nyti.ms/1rolzEy
Well: Stemming a Stream of Pain for Children with Sickle Cell Disease nyti.ms/1vYHgmq
Global Health: Steroids Are No Boon to World’s Poorer Women nyti.ms/1vYzglp
Reactions: Patient Records, O.C.D. Burdens, Teenagers Interrogated nyti.ms/1t3o4lb
Profiles in Science: The Malaria Fighter nyti.ms/1rodT5g
One of the most quietly effective leaders in public health — the malaria fighter. nyti.ms/1tG4YUg?
RT @HannaIngber: Charitable giving to address Ebola is almost nonexistent, writes @ssstrom bit.ly/1tFECSh
Well: For Children With Autism, Opening a Door to Dental Care nyti.ms/1ycf517
Donations for Ebola Relief Efforts Are Slow to Take Off nyti.ms/1FrDKnx @ssstrom
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RT @sangerkatz: Good @aaronecarroll piece on weirdest part of Duncan Ebola story: why he was given an antibiotic. bit.ly/ZLByWV
Books: A Frightening Diagnosis Is Only Start of the Story in ‘Not Fade Away’ and ‘Now I See You’ nyti.ms/1vDAVv8
So far the only people who have caught Ebola outside of W Africa are health workers. Even household contacts didn't. nytimes.com/2014/10/21/us/…
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Donations for Ebola Relief Efforts Are Slow to Take Off nyti.ms/1r1K8rG
W.H.O. Declares Nigeria Free of Ebola nyti.ms/1vCZ3hm
The first Ebola patient in the U.S. was sent home on antibiotics, an example of a larger problem in prescribing them nytimes.com/2014/10/21/ups…
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The New Health Care: On an Antibiotic? You May Be Getting Only a False Sense of Security nyti.ms/1CLzKKc
The plot has thickened with smell. nyti.ms/1tF4u0y
The Hot Zone author talks about the current Ebola outbreak and what he got wrong. nyti.ms/1rXU3Oo
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Well: Hard Lesson in Sleep for Teenagers nyti.ms/1vCHnTd
Ebola is just the latest disaster to strike Liberia. A powerful, evocative piece by Monrovia-born @helenecooper nyti.ms/1sGpuR9
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The 21-day monitoring period is over for nearly all the roughly 50 people being monitored for Ebola in Dallas. nyti.ms/1Dr5C99
Just like people in the U.S., everyone in Monrovia was talking about Duncan, writes @helenecooper nyti.ms/1Dr3VJ0
Parents pulled children out of a school after the principal went to Zambia, an African nation untouched by Ebola. nyti.ms/1Dr4CSH
"When Eunice and I took a picture together .. we made sure not to touch." The personal side of Ebola in Liberia. nyti.ms/1t3VO2Y
White House has temporarily cut funding for experiments that study infectious agents by making them more dangerous. nyti.ms/1t3XGbS
Mr. Duncan’s fiancée and others declared Ebola-free in Dallas. nyti.ms/1Dr5C99
"There is a strength here that I had never before realized," writes @helenecooper of returning home to Liberia. nyti.ms/1Dr3VJ0
Fear of Ebola Closes Schools and Shapes Politics nyti.ms/10bMez1
Reporter's Notebook: In Homeland, Liberia Native Finds Resilience Amid Horror nyti.ms/1wYDfen
A Word With: Richard Preston: Updating a Chronicle of Suffering: Author of ‘The Hot Zone’ Tracks Ebola’s Evolution nyti.ms/1wYnZ11
Dozens in Ohio Monitored for Possible Exposure to Nurse With Ebola nyti.ms/1sBddgA
At Service for Dallas Ebola Victim, Relatives Recall a Gentle, Generous Man nyti.ms/108ljnH
Opinionator | Couch: Why Doctors Need Stories nyti.ms/1wgcamN