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When Jerry McClain sings, even Alzheimer's can't break his connection to the world and the love of his life, his wife Elaine.









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Roughly one out of every three Americans had their health-care records compromised and most are completely unaware.









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WHO cautioned pregnant women from around the globe to avoid travel if they can to Zika zones, saying the link with birth defects is growing stronger.









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"We nuh want Zik V" has to be the catchiest dancehall tune ever about a mosquito-borne virus.









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As more Americans report being infected with the Zika Virus, Congressional leaders hope to move soon on legislation that would increase funding to combat the disease.









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Samantha Mejia was elated when she learned she was pregnant on a visit to Honduras. Now she's lost the baby and she is wondering if Zika is to blame.









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Consumer Reports tested 15 mosquito repellents, and only five measured up as products worth trying.









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Kansas parents describe raising two daughters with microcephaly, a condition once again in the spotlight because of the Zika virus.









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"Our study offers cautious hope that some cases of dementia might be preventable or at least delayed," researchers wrote in a new report.









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The discovery adds more evidence that the virus, spread to humans through mosquitoes, causes the severe birth defect microcephaly.









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If you want to know how quickly the Zika virus will spread, just look at what happened in Puerto Rico with a related virus, chikungunya.









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Guns, vehicle crashes and drug overdoses help explain a big part of why Americans die, on average, so much younger than people in other countries.









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Brazilian babies born with a birth defect blamed on the Zika virus may also often have serious vision problems on top of brain damage, doctors report.









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The mayor of Hawaii's Big Island declared an emergency to deal with an outbreak of dengue fever.The bureaucratic move is aimed at fighting mosquitoes.









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The U.S. Olympic Committee strongly denied a report that it advised athletes and staff to consider skipping the Summer Olympics because of Zika.









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New research finds that stun guns can create short-term cognitive impairment comparable to dementia — which can lead to unreliable statements to cops.









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Some of the birth defects being linked to Zika are especially severe, experts say.









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If you planned to grab a quick burrito at Chipotle on your lunch break today, you're out of luck.The Mexican fast food chain will be closed until 3 p.









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Scientists have discovered a new species of bacteria that can cause Lyme disease.This one is named Borrelia mayonii.









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Brazilian authorities have advised pregnant partygoers at Carnival, the riotous celebration that has come to symbolize Brazil, not to kiss strangers,









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