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A woman living in rural northwestern Washington has died from measles, state health officials said Thursday. It's the first U.S. death in 12 years.









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Police have said so for years and now scientists have measured the effect: Mass shootings and school attacks do inspire copycats.









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Consuming too much sodium can be a risk factor for heart problems, and new federal data shows more than 90% of Americans eat too much.









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"I think it is quite promising," said Mitchell Warren of the HIV vaccine and treatment advocacy group AVAC.









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More Americans are dying from cancer, but it's because the population is growing, researchers reported Thursday. The actual risk is falling.









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The Food and Drug Administration says it's taking a closer look at the safety of giving codeine to kids as a cough suppressant.









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Research shows caregivers of someone with dementia are at a sixfold higher risk of the same fate. KPLC's Britney Glaser reports.









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Kids with ADHD may be getting strong antipsychotic medications meant to treat diseases such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, a new study finds.









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Scientists trying to explain a rare side-effect of one flu vaccine may have stumbled onto what causes narcolepsy.









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Jim Carrey is wrong about vaccines and about fascism too, bioethicist Arthur Caplan argues.









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Liberia confirmed a second case of Ebola on Tuesday, just a day after the first case since the virus was declared eliminated in May.









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Jim Carrey called California Gov. Jerry Brown a "corporate fascist" after the governor signed a strict new vaccination bill into law.









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Thousands of people are dying from cardiac arrest every year because Americans do too little to save them, according to a new report.









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The bill removes most of California's exemptions, meaning parents can only send unvaccinated kids to school if they have a doctor's note.









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Cuba is the first country in the world to stop the transmission of the AIDS virus from mothers to their babies, the WHO says.









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Liberia, which had been Ebola-free for more than a month, reported a new case of the virus Tuesday.









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California's set to go from being one of the most liberal states when it comes to vaccines, to being among the strictest.









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A new study aimed at figuring out who owns gun in the U.S. and why suggests that about a third of Americans have at least one.









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A new report says sugar-sweetened beverages like sodas and energy drinks may be linked to 184,000 deaths around the globe.









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People who eat or drink large amounts of citrus may be raising their risk of the most deadly form of skin cancer, researchers found.









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