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Double Mastectomy Doesn't Boost Survival: Study

The results raise concerns about a riskier, potentially unnecessary operation that increasing numbers of women with breast cancer are choosing.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ebola Survivor Kent Brantly Reveals Near-Death Ordeal

American Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly told NBC News in an exclusive interview that he felt like he was about to die in a hospital in Liberia.

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What Slows Down Emergency Responders When Every Second Counts

NBC’s Tom Costello goes to the front lines as the 911 calls come in, the alert tones go off, and the sirens scream to "get out of the way."
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Music Lessons May Boost Poor Kids' Brainpower

Music lessons may rev up young brains enough to help close the academic gap between rich and poor, a new study suggests.

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3 ways to make your squats less boring

A traditional bodyweight squat involves a shoulder-width stance, arms out in front or hands behind your head, and a simple lowering of yourself towards the ground by bending at the knees and hips. Very good for you but totally boring!These three squat variations take that move to the next level by tweaking the basics.

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How Running Changed Life for a Boy with Autism

Mike Brannigan, 17, is a top 10 high school runner being courted by 200 colleges and finding focus in school through the sport.
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See the Gross, Funny Reason This Baby is Smiling

Those cute naked newborn photos are trendy, but risky, as one dad discovered the hard way. Caution: Poopy content ahead.

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Put Down That Bread! Science Backs Up Low-Carb Diet

A low-carb diet is better for losing weight and may also be better for lowering the risk of heart disease than a low-fat diet, a new study finds.

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Another American Doctor Infected With Ebola: Charity

Another American missionary has tested positive for Ebola, the charity group SIM USA said Tuesday.

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Man Who Escaped Ebola Center Chased in Liberia

A man who escaped an Ebola quarantine center in the Liberian capital Monrovia fended off vigilantes with rocks and a stick before medics caught him.

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Mom Pleads Guilty to Abuse of Autistic Daughter

A Michigan mother has pleaded guilty to child abuse in connection with charges that she tried to kill her severely autistic daughter.
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Mom on Trial After Trying to Kill Autistic Daughter

A Michigan mother goes to trial Sept. 3 for allegedly trying to kill herself and her severely autistic daughter after years of violence.

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Poverty Blamed for Return of Rickets, Gout

A "toxic combination" of poor wage growth and higher food prices has led to the return of Victorian-era diseases such as rickets and gout to Britain.
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Joan Rivers Remains in Serious Condition

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CDC Director: Ebola Epidemic 'Spiraling Out of Control'

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Dr. Nancy Snyderman: Rewire Brain to Like Healthy Foods

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Mosquito Mystery: Tokyo Park Linked to Rare Outbreak

All 34 people who reportedly became infected with the virus had visited the popular Yoyogi Park in central Tokyo, health ministry officials said.

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Breast-Feeding Boost: What Infants Eat Has Lasting Effect

What and how parents feed infants — from breast to bottle and beyond — could have an enduring impact on the child’s health, new research suggests.

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One Family's Hopeful Turn in the Fight Against Heroin

When Kate Snow first heard from the Gordenstein family, one of their sons had overdosed twice in a week. Their update may offer hope to many others.

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'Wealth Gap' Seen in American Diet

Americans' eating habits have improved — except among the poor, evidence of a widening wealth gap when it comes to diet.



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