“I prayed to God, please make me better.”
“I felt like I had to make up for the fact that I was broken.”
Always awkward, in sickness and in health.
Dr. Martin Salia contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone. He landed in Nebraska on Saturday afternoon, making him the 10th U.S. patient with Ebola.
Misbeliefs people have about the flu shot.
Texans say they’re “rocking business as usual” despite the deadly Ebola infections in their neighborhood that have sparked headlines and fear around the country.
Enterovirus 68 is suspected of sickening children in more than 40 states, and has now been linked to four deaths, though its exact role still remains unknown.
A CDC official said the alarming spike in children suffering from the illness in at least 10 states could be “just the tip of the iceberg in terms of severe cases.”
The ongoing Ebola epidemic in west Africa had killed 729 people as of the end of July.
And their perspectives on life after cancer.
Health authorities struggle to control the worst outbreak of Ebola on record.
We’ve all been there, being sick is literally the worst.
You won’t get the flu from a flu shot, and other real talk about winter sickness.
The first images of the remaining employees at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, dubbed “The Fukushima 50,” as they expose themselves to dangerous levels of radiation in a desperate attempt to prevent a full nuclear meltdown. These photos were released by Tokyo Electric Power Co., showing the employees as they scramble to return power to the failing nuclear reactors. The whole world is rooting for them.
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The nuclear emergency in Japan continues to escalate. Dangerous levels of radiation are leaking from the earthquake-damaged reactors at Fukushima Dai-ichi and incidents are feared at other power plants. Those working to contain the meltdowns or living nearby are at the greatest risk. Here is what radiation sickness looks like.
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Two great tastes that go together terribly.
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Listicles offers up this rundown of all the fake diseases that may affect characters on screen, but you can’t actually catch. But stuff on Greys Anatomy is real. That is why you shouldn’t watch Greys Anatomy (or House, for that matter) if you’re a hypochondriac.