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Doctor Outlines Plan To Battle Antibiotic Resistance In 'The Washington Post'

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The mystery disease in South Sudan has not been identified but is known to cause fever and unexplained bleeding. Above: an image of another hemorrhagic fever, Marburg virus, made with an electron microscope and then colorized. BSIP/UIG/Getty Images hide caption

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From Medical Maggots To Stench Soup, 'Grunt' Explores The Science Of Warfare

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You may share everything with your parents, but health care providers might not be so open. Robert Lang Photography/Getty Images hide caption

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Most people who say they've had a concussion say they sought out medical care at the time. Science Photo Libra/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Nearly 1 In 4 Americans Reports Having Had A Concussion

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Food For Thought: The Subtle Forces That Affect Your Appetite

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Study Suggests Cutting Some Vaccine Boosters For Rare Diseases

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Tracy Solomon Clark didn't realize that the shortness of breath and dizziness she felt at age 44 was actually serious heart disease. Benjamin Brian Morris for NPR hide caption

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Hidden Heart Disease Is The Top Health Threat For U.S. Women

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'Dormant Butt Syndrome' Can Be A Pain In The Knee, Hip And Back

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A chalkboard "bucket list" stirred imaginations and got people talking at an Indianapolis festival designed to help make conversations about death easier. Jake Harper/WFYI hide caption

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Death Talk Is Cool At This Festival

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After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, She Channeled Her Ups And Downs Into Texts

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Lack Of Evidence Shows Sunscreens Are Safe For Humans With Normal Use

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