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Several drug companies are moving to test vaccines and drug treatments for Ebola, but their full effect might not be felt until the next outbreak.
A New York man is suing his Obamacare insurer after a "Dickensian" nightmare of trying to find a doctor who would take the insurance.
On the front lines of Ebola aren't just doctors and scientists, but janitorial and hazardous materials firms, who must develop policies.
A weeks-old baby is alive today thanks, in part, to a 3-D-printed heart.
Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy—and it's only going to get worse, reports the Fiscal Times.
Life expectancy in the USA rose in 2012 to 78.8 years – a record high. USA Today reports.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first known person to develop Ebola in the United States, has died in Dallas. He was 42.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, has a new problem on its hands: a $1000 pill, The Fiscal Times reports.
Start-up Thync says it has raised $13 million to create a wearable brain device that promises to alter your state of mind, Re/code reports.
Items introduced last year by big restaurant chains clocked in at 12 percent fewer calories, a new study found.
The WHO said Europe would see more cases of Ebola after a Spanish nurse became the first person to have caught the virus outside Africa.
GlaxoSmithKline, which was slapped with a record fine for corruption in China, said it was looking into allegations of corruption in UAE.
Veterans Affairs says it has taken action against four senior execs for reasons ranging from unethical behavior to the misuse of VA resources.
GlaxoSmithKline said it's speeding up trials and scaling production of an Ebola vaccine, but does not expect to be able to make it in mass quantities for 12 to 18 months.
The CDC plans to announce additional protocols for screening for Ebola at airports.
Tuesday's Good, Bad and Ugly is all about Ebola from its impact on investor sentiment to fears of an outbreak beyond Africa.
Most people don't examine their current Medicare plan—or even consider options. But enrollees need to do that every year, experts say.
Four people, including the nurse who tested for Ebola on Monday, were hospitalized and being monitored for signs of the deadly disease.
A nurse in Spain has become the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa, as an NBC News freelancer arrived in Nebraska for treatment.
Chimerix's drug brincidofovir was approved for emergency use in treating Ebola patients, and is now being used on a case in Dallas.
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