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'Positive' results in 1st Ebola vaccine trial

The first human trial of an experimental Ebola vaccine has produced promising results, U.S. scientists said, raising hopes that protection from the deadly disease may be on the horizon.

All 20 healthy adults who received the vaccine in a trial run…

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

Boston man shows off his double-arm transplant

A 40-year-old quad amputee was all thank you's at a news conference Tuesday at a Boston-area hospital as he showed off his two new arm transplants.

Will Lautzenheiser sat next to the doctors from Brigham and Women's Hospital who spent almost nine…

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Green Nano technology protects cars from allergens

A new 'green' technology promises to protect cars from dirt, dust and mold that could be making its drivers sick.

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HealthCare.gov

Nearly half a million enroll in ObamaCare

Nearly half a million Americans chose plans on HealthCare.gov during the first week of open enrollment for 2015, a sign the federal health care site has improved since its rocky rollout last year.

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Trans fat may hurt your memory

If you can't remember where your car keys are, you may want to eat fewer muffins.

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Chinese company makes one-third of the world's cigarettes

When it comes to the tobacco business, bigger has long been considered better in China.

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Why female execs get depressed more than men

Alyson Breathed remembers working such long hours as a hotel marketing manager that sometimes, her evening nanny had to bring Breathed's two children to work.

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South Florida family raises awareness about rare genetic...

Smith Magenis Syndrome is a genetic disorder that leads to developmental delays, learning disabilities, significant sleep disorder, behavioral problems, as well as physical changes.

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From ALCF

Lung cancer battle: Time for action

For the 108,000 women who are diagnosed with lung cancer each year, Lung Cancer Awareness Month can be a lonely time of year.

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Bird flu worries spread in Europe

Europeans are worried about a possible continent-wide bird flu epidemic after a wild duck tested positive for the H5N8 virus in northeast Germany, authorities said.

The virus was first discovered earlier this month in domesticated birds at a turkey…

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