UN: Spike in violence may jeopardize ending Ebola in Congo
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UN: Spike in violence may jeopardize ending Ebola in Congo

UN says spike in violence may jeopardize ending Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo

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Bacteria-infected mosquitoes take bite out of deadly dengue
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Bacteria-infected mosquitoes take bite out of deadly dengue

Lab-grown mosquitoes hold promise for fighting dangerous dengue fever

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Tennessee Medicaid block grant plan heads for federal review

Tennessee officials are committing not to halt or limit coverage under a revised proposal to become the first state to receive funding in a lump sum for its Medicaid program, TennCare

FDA nominee ducks questions on Trump e-cigarette flavor ban
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FDA nominee ducks questions on Trump e-cigarette flavor ban

Trump’s pick to lead FDA sidesteps questions on future of proposed ban on vaping flavors

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Review: Multnomah County failed mentally ill adults

Multnomah County District Attorney Rod Underhill says county employees in charge of protecting adults with mental health issues failed to do so on multiple fronts

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Health care IT company to create 400 jobs in North Carolina

A health care information technology company says it will create 400 jobs through a new operations center in central North Carolina

Trump says he went through ‘very routine physical’
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Trump says he went through ‘very routine physical’

President Donald Trump says he went through a ‘very routine physical’ when he went to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Saturday, but complained that first lady Melania Trump and staff expressed concerns for his health based on media reports

Mailing free home HIV tests helps detect more infections
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Mailing free home HIV tests helps detect more infections

Study shows mailing free home HIV tests to high-risk men offers a potentially better strategy for detecting infections than usual care

Same as it ever was: worker health benefit costs rise again
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Same as it ever was: worker health benefit costs rise again

Same as it ever was: worker health benefit costs rise again

Local mother and father coming to terms with the news that their son has a rare, fatal disease
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Local mother and father coming to terms with the news that their son has a rare, fatal disease

Like any parent, Mercedes Boden, 29, dreams of a future for her 4-year-old son Jaxtien. She and fiance, Damien Miller, dream of seeing the couple's child pedal away from the couple's home in Payson toward the nearby Ken Morgan Memorial Park