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Doctor Killed in Kabul Was 'Devoted Colleague'
A shaken colleague says that not only was Dr. Jerry Umanos a "very, very dear friend and devoted colleague" who was also the pediatrician for children many of the hospital's staff.
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Swiss Certified as First Allergy-Friendly Airline
Swiss International Air Lines has been awarded the status by the Berlin-based European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation.
Travelers Fuel Surge in Measles Cases in U.S.
Measles cases in the U.S. are surging at the fastest pace in nearly two decades, including at least 13 members of an Amish community in Ohio.
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Are They Banned? What to Know About E-Cigarettes
The FDA has proposed extending its authority to e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and other tobacco products. A few facts.
Jenna Crowther Fraher
Take Your Kids to Work Day in 15 Photos
Why are all these short people in your office? Take Our Children To Work Day! See cute photos of kids on the job, and read advice for making it work.
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Buzz Kill: Feds Lay Down Laws for E-Cigarettes
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed asserting its authority over new tobacco products on Thursday, including e-cigarettes.
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More Than 7 Percent of Kids on Behavioral Meds
A new survey finds 7.5 percent of U.S. kids are on some kind of medication for emotional or behavioral trouble.
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College Advantage: Educated Brains May Recover Better
A college education may make brains more resilient after a traumatic brain injury, a new study suggests.
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Dirty Money: Why Your Cash Is a Hotbed for Germs
A new study finds cash is covered in hundreds of different types of bacteria, including pneumonia. KFYR's Sarabeth Ackerman reports.
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