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Doctor has solution to stop school violence

A Tennessee doctor created a program to stop school violence and it's working.

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Florida 'prepared for Ebola,' short on details

Gov. Rick Scott said Thursday the state government is prepared if an Ebola patient presents them self in Florida, but the state has been short on details and reluctant to talk about the disease.

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Why your digital device could be hurting you

Does your back hurt? Have neck or shoulder pain? Why your favorite tech could be to blame.

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St. Louis Encephalitis case confirmed in Jax

A human case of St. Louis Encephalitis has been confirmed in Duval County, and there is a heightened concern additional residents will become ill, according to the Florida Department of Health in Duval County.

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Avoiding a dangerous blood clot

As you book your flights and plan road trips for the holidays you should also build in some time to walk while you travel.  Immobility is a risk factor for developing a blood clot .

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Over-the-counter medication dangers

The FDA issues a consumer alert reminding everyone to be weary of the over-the-counter medications they try because they can make you drowsy.

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Centers for Disease Control

Ebola: Woman isolated in N.J. tests negative

A preliminary test shows that a health care worker who traveled to West Africa does not have Ebola, New Jersey officials said Saturday. But the unidentified woman will remain in quarantine at a hospital in Newark for at least 21 days under a controve...

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Quarantines if you treat Ebola in Africa?

When doctors risk their lives and sacrifice their livelihoods to go to West Africa and provide desperately needed treatment to those suffering from Ebola, what should be their reward upon coming home?

Three weeks off, some say -- whether they like it ...

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CNN

Australian team hails new heart transplants

Pioneering heart transplant surgery announced Friday in Australia may lead to a new option for patients awaiting transplants by boosting the number of donor hearts available.

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Centers for Disease Control

Ebola outbreak: Get up to speed

A doctor in New York City tests positive for Ebola. The European Union pledges more funds to fight the deadly virus. And a military response team begins training.

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NIH

Ebola: Millions of doses of vaccines planned

As the world reels from its deadliest Ebola outbreak, health experts are fast-tracking tests for various vaccines, and hope to have millions of experimental doses by next year.

There is currently no cure or vaccine for Ebola, which continues to spread...

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