Is it OK to Give Your Baby that iPad? (Op-Ed)
Child on iPad, digital childhood
October 25th, 2014
A recent New York Times article points to a glaring inconsistency between the amount of “screen time” toddlers have using tablets, phones and computers – and the advice of many early years specialists.
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Dallas Nurse Nina Pham Free of Ebola: 'I Feel Blessed'
October 24th, 2014
Nina Pham, the first nurse in Dallas to be infected with Ebola, is now free of the virus, and will be released from the hospital today, officials said.
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Weight-Loss Superfood: 6 Tips for a Healthy Gut
A young woman eats yogurt.
October 25th, 2014
Feed that microbiome right, and you'll see results in, and around, your gut.
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NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola
Ebola Virus Image
October 23rd, 2014
A doctor in New York has tested positive for Ebola, the New York Times reported on Thursday evening (Oct. 23).
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How Some Exposure to Ebola Could Lead to Immunity
fruit bat
October 23rd, 2014
Epidemics like Ebola often start when people make contact with animals carrying infectious diseases, but, paradoxically, a certain amount of human exposure to a virus at its source can actually also prevent the extensive spread of a disease, new researc
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Can You Get Ebola on Public Transportation?
October 24th, 2014
News that a doctor in New York with Ebola traveled on the subway the day before he developed symptoms of the disease may have some people worried about catching the disease on public transportation.
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Ebola in NYC Is 'No Cause for Alarm,' Mayor Says
October 24th, 2014
A doctor in New York City who recently returned from Guinea in West Africa became the first person in the city to test positive for Ebola. Officials move to prevent the spread of the disease in the city.
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'Catastrophic' Ebola Toll in Liberia Is Predicted Unless Aid Scales Up
A 2014 photograph of a West African Ebola treatment center.
October 23rd, 2014
A substantial and quick scaling up of Ebola interventions is needed to prevent a catastrophic number of cases and deaths from the disease in parts of Liberia, a new study suggests.
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