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Annual Heart Walk held in Met Park

Hundreds of people got out to walk Saturday morning at the Annual First Coast Heart Walk.

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Palatka rescinds boil water notice for city

Bacteria test come back negative.

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What's in your makeup?

We reveal toxic chemicals that could be lurking in your cosmetics.

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How to help children cope with tragedy

A local bereavement counselor tells News4Jax that children in the small community of Bell will be dealing with the impact of Thursday's mass killing-suicide for years.

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FDA issues tattoo ink warning

The Food and Drug Administration is warning everyone about the health risks associated with tattoos- especially from the ink. 

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Dangerous stomach virus affecting kids

Health officials say the crypto virus has the symptoms of a typical stomach bug, but it could lead to death if not properly treated. 

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Sierra Leone starts nationwide Ebola lockdown

Sierra Leone started a three-day nationwide lockdown Friday in an effort to halt an Ebola outbreak that has left thousands dead in the region.

Under the plan, no one is allowed to leave their homes for three days, allowing volunteers to go door-to-do...

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Fight against Ebola is grossly underfunded

The Ebola virus has already killed thousands in West Africa, an immeasurable loss for many families. As medical workers try to quell its spread, global organizations are calculating the economic impact of the disease.

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NIH researcher becomes human guinea pig for Ebola vaccine

Earlier this week, Brian Shepherd sat down in a small doctor's office in Bethesda, Maryland. A technician swabbed his arm and gave him a quick jab with a needle.

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The longer you sleep, the weirder your dreams

Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health. Remember, correlation is not causation -- so if a study finds a connection between two things, it doesn't mean that one causes the other.

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15 die after getting measles shots in Syria

A crying mother cradles and moves her dead baby to the floor, yelling out, "My child, my child." Outside, another woman shakes and gestures in a fit of absolute grief as she piercingly screams, "Pray to God and his prophet sister."

Both women had bro...

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