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Dr. Kent Brantly's release came two days after a second U.S. missionary, Nancy Writebol, was quietly allowed to leave Emory University Hospital.
A Boston judge rejected a hospital chain's bid to force The Boston Globe to disclose medical records that a patient shared for an upcoming story.
State Department lawyers banned American ambassadors and other officers from the Ice Bucket Challenge, which benefits Lou Gehrig's disease patients.
More than 600 people traveled to Switzerland to die between 2008 and 2012, and the numbers doubled over those years, researchers reported.
The FBI has warned that health care industry companies are being targeted by hackers.
Consumer Reports warned that pregnant women should avoid fresh fish with the highest mercury, including canned tuna.
Obamacare's Cadillac tax doesn't kick in until 2018, but companies are worrying about it and preparing for it now.
Auditors say the IRS's flawed collecting process is bringing only three-quarters or so of the Obamacare-related revenue originally expected.
Despite the fact that more than a third of U.S. adults are obese, it's been an uphill battle for developers of obesity treatments.
Four officials at a California slaughterhouse allegedly slaughtered diseased cows while inspectors were on lunch breaks and distributed the beef.
Obamacare has jacked up employee health coverage costs, firms surveyed by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said.
Community Health Systems said a group believed to be operating out of China attacked its hospitals, affecting 4.5 million patients. Re/code reports.
Zafgen CEO Tom Hughes discusses the company's dedication to tackle obesity, with CNBC's Meg Tirrell. Hughes says the new drug works to impact the way the body handles fat.
The WHO urged all countries affected by Ebola to do "exit screening" of individuals at all international airports, seaports and major land crossings.
New reaserch shows how the dangers of a sedementary lifestyle, and why it is that your chair could be killing you.
A top Obamacare official asked her spokeswoman last fall to delete an email from a White House advisor about HealthCare.gov customer service issues.
FedEx was indicted in a U.S. criminal case for conspiracy to launder money over deliveries for illegal online pharmacies.
"Three weeks ago, half the population didn't know what ALS is," ALS Association Development Officer Lance Slaughter tells CNBC. "Now millions of people do."
Ebola outbreaks may become more frequent because of climate change, scientists warn, as the deadly disease ravages West Africa.
Staff with the World Health Organization battling an Ebola outbreak in West Africa see evidence the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimates the scale of the outbreak.
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