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1st MERS Case Reported in U.S.

1st U.S. MERS Patient Improving, Officials Say

1st U.S. MERS Patient May Be Released From Hospital Soon

2 Florida Hospital Workers Who Treated MERS Patient Fall Ill

2nd MERS Case Identified in U.S.

4th U.S. Ebola Patient Airlifted to Atlanta Hospital

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Added Sugar in Diet Tied to Death Risk From Heart Trouble

American Ebola Patient Gets Appetite Back

American Ebola Survivor Gives Blood to Infected Health-Care Colleague

Americans Living Longer Than Ever: CDC

Americans Still Eat Too Much Salt: CDC

Antibiotic Resistance Ups Salmonella Hospitalizations: CDC

Antibiotics May Be Linked to Serious Infections in Children

Anti-smoking Campaign Surpasses Expectations

Bacterial Infection's Spread Occurs Beyond Health Care Settings: Study

CDC Commits More Than 400 Staffers to Fight Ebola Outbreak

CDC Issues Tough Report on Anthrax Scare

CDC Lab Workers May Have Been Exposed to Anthrax

CDC Reports More Americans Getting Flu Shots

CDC Salt Guidelines Too Low for Good Health, Study Suggests

CDC Sounds Alarm on Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

CDC Targets 5 Parasitic Infections

CDC to Launch Latest Graphic Anti-Smoking Campaign

CDC: 3rd Suspected MERS Case Was False Alarm

Common Strep Bacteria May Be Morphing Into 'Superbug'

Disease Outbreaks May Not Change Minds of Vaccine Opponents

Doctors Warn Against Raw Milk for Kids, Pregnant Women

Ebola Outbreak Still Not Under Control: Officials

Extreme Weather Kills 2,000 in U.S. Each Year: CDC

Fewer Americans Would Smoke If Cessation Treatments Were Covered: CDC

Fewer U.S. Kids Killed in Car Crashes; Safety Restraints Still an Issue

Fewer Unmarried Women Having Children, CDC Reports

Flavored Cigars Gaining in Popularity With U.S. Kids: CDC

Florida MERS Patient Released From Hospital

Flu Hitting Younger Adults Hard, Vaccination Helps: CDC

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Flu Vaccine Prevented 6.6 Million Illnesses Last Season: CDC

Food Handlers Cause Most Food-Poisoning Cases

Gates Foundation Gives $50M to Fight Ebola Outbreak in Africa

H1N1 Flu Spreading in South-Central U.S.

Health Disparities Persist in America: Report

HIV Diagnoses Down in U.S., Except for Young Gay Males: CDC

Hospital-Related Infections Hit Nearly 650,000 Patients in 2011: CDC

Infections From Tainted Steroids Ranged in Severity: Update

Injuries, Violence Are Leading Causes of Death for Young Americans

It's Not Too Soon to Get Your Flu Shot, Doctor Says

Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report

Kids' Severe Respiratory Virus Confirmed in Northeast

Latest U.S. Ebola Patient Getting Better, Doctors Report

Liquid Tamiflu for Kids in Short Supply

Many U.S. Adults Not Getting Key Vaccines: CDC

Many U.S. Kids Missing Out on Preventive Care, CDC Says

Measles Journey Highlights Risk to Unvaccinated Kids

Medicare, Medicaid To Keep Running Despite U.S. Government Shutdown

Medicare, Medicaid Would Keep Running If U.S. Government Shuts Down

MERS Not Yet a Public Health Emergency: WHO

Millions Given Access to Breast, Cervical Cancer Screening: CDC

More Global Help Needed to Fight Ebola Outbreak

More U.S. Children Severely Obese, Study Says

More U.S. Teens Try E-Cigarettes, Hookahs: Report

Most Alcohol-Linked Deaths Occur Among Working-Age Adults: CDC

Most Kids Eat Fruit, Veggies Daily: CDC

Mysterious Polio-Like Illness Strikes Kids in California

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Drinks at Least 1 Soda a Day: CDC

New Flu Vaccine May Provide More Protection to Kids

Nicotine Poisoning of Infant Highlights 'E-Cig' Dangers, Docs Report

No CDC Lab Workers Seem Sickened by Anthrax: Report

No Drop in Smokeless Tobacco Use Among U.S. Workers: CDC

Obesity Remains Rampant Across America

One-Third of U.S. Adults Are Obese, CDC Says

Partial HPV Vaccine Series May Help Prevent Genital Warts in Girls

People Under 65 Hard Hit by Flu This Year

Poultry Plants Linked to Salmonella Outbreak to Remain Open: USDA

Prescription Drug Use Continues to Climb in U.S.

Princeton Students Safe to Travel Despite Meningitis Outbreak: CDC

Racial Disparities in Breast-Feeding May Start With Hospitals, Study Suggests

Respiratory Virus Hitting Kids in at Least 12 States

Restaurants Pose Double the Risk of Food Poisoning Compared to Homes: Study

Same Meningitis Strain Behind Drexel, Princeton Outbreaks: CDC

Second Dose of Vaccine Cuts Chickenpox Cases Even More, Study Finds

Serious MRSA Infections in U.S. Declining: CDC

Single Dose of HPV Vaccine May Be Enough to Guard Against Cervical Cancer

Smoking Banned in More Than 80 Percent of U.S. Homes: CDC

Some 'High-Risk' Kidneys May Be Safe for Organ Transplant: Study

Some Improvement Seen in U.S. Cholesterol Levels: CDC

State Flu Shot Rule for Preschoolers Curbs Kids' Hospitalizations: CDC

Study Finds 1 in 3 Tennesseans Uses Narcotic Painkillers Each Year

Study Finds Many Flu Patients Not Treated Appropriately

Syphilis Cases Climbing Among Gay Men: CDC

Third U.S. Aid Worker Infected With Ebola Arrives in Nebraska

Third U.S. Man Tests Positive for MERS Virus, CDC Reports

Too Few Teens Receive HPV Shot, CDC Says

Too Many Younger Teens Still Getting Pregnant: CDC

U.S. Ebola Patient Gets Hospital Visit From Wife, Son

U.S. Home Births Continued Steady Increase in 2012: CDC

U.S. Hospitals Overuse, Misuse Antibiotics, CDC Says

U.S. Launches Ebola Vaccine Trial

U.S. Malaria Cases Hit 40-Year High

U.S. Measles Cases at 20-Year High

U.S. Obesity Rate Shows Signs of Leveling Off

Vaccines Prevent Millions of Infections, Save Billions in Costs: CDC

West Nile Virus Has Cost U.S. Nearly $800 Million: CDC

Why Many U.S. Preteens Aren't Getting the HPV Shot

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