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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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FDA Prepares to Regulate E-Cigarettes
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing new rules for e-cigarette makers.
FDA OKs First DNA Alternative to Pap Smear
Federal health regulators have cleared a genetic test from Roche as a first-choice screening option for cervical cancer.
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Bearded Dragon Lizards Infect 132 With Salmonella
At least 132 people in 31 states, mostly children, have contracted salmonella infections caused by bearded dragon lizards since 2012.
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Drink Up: More Coffee Could Lower Diabetes Risk
An extra cup of coffee was associated with a lower risk of Type 2 diabetes in a new study.
Feds to Take Over Oregon's Broken Health Exchange
The federal government is ready to take over Oregon’s broken health insurance exchange, which failed far more spectacularly than HealthCare.gov did.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman on Measles: What You Need to Know
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The number of people diagnosed with measles is on the rise in the U.S., with 129 cases this year alone.
Government Takes Steps to Regulate E-Cigarettes
FDA announces first steps toward regulating booming e-cigarette industry. Erika Edwards reports.
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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