Dr. Kent Brantly walked into Thursday's press conference showing no signs of his almost month-long battle with the deadly Ebola virus.
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An investigation into a potentially dangerous blunder at a government lab found that a scientist kept silent about the accident and revealed it only after other employees noticed something fishy. More>>
As a child abuse prevention specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Amber McKeen knows bullying. More>>
Diana Garcia has always been a healthy, active kid, big into volleyball and gymnastics. But last Summer, the now 13-year old ended up in pediatric cardiologist Dr. Eduardo Montana's office with a problem no one saw coming. More>>
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It was just two short days ago that the aid group Samaritan's Purse reported that both Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol had taken a turn for the worse. They were listed as being in serious, but grave condition. More>>
At 44, Tina Tait feels like she's just warming up for her new life. Nothing about her is half-way. She's all-in. She says, "I suddenly feel like I am an athlete. I never thought I could say that, but I am, and it feels great." More>>
A lot of us spend the day sipping on a cup of coffee or soda, but that habit may do a number on our smile.
"The earlier you can catch it, the better off you are. Melanoma is one of the only cancers where a millimeter of disease can be fatal," says Dr. Keith Delman, a melanoma specialist at the Winship Cancer Institute. More>>
[VIEW PHOTO GALLERY] Alysia Montaño is 8-and-a-half months pregnant and last week the five-time national champion did something that got everyone talking: she ran 800 meters in the U.S. Track and Field Championships. More>>