The Times s Pam Belluck on how the HPV vaccine has helped drastically reduce the number of human papillomavirus cases among teenage girls.
Major General Darryl A. Williams promises U.S. soldiers will bring their expertise in command, logistics, in engineering promising 'organization out of chaos.'
Sleep experts at Stanford say that it s a mistake to go to bed too early, and that the ideal bedtime is based on when you want to fall asleep.
Neuroscientist Crystal Dilworth, a contributor for Al Jazeera America s TechKnow, explains
Dr. Sankoh, the medical director at Redemption Hospital in Liberia talks to NBC News' Nancy Snyderman about the Ebola outbreak.
NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman is at a hospital in Liberia when a sick 17-year-old girl is brought in on a wheelbarrow by her mother.
The CDC has confirmed the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States is at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
The journalist joins TODAY to open up about her battle with breast cancer, and how she s using her struggle to inspire others as she kicks off a special series, Pink Power.
CDC confirms that the first diagnosed Ebola patient in the U.S. contracted the disease in Liberia.
The journalist joins TODAY to talk about the fear many women face over losing their hair with cancer treatment, and discusses her People magazine cover shoot, where she reveals herself as bald. She said she s trying to be a voice for women and trying to make a difference.
To commemorate Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Natalie Gorsegner, a five-year-old with cancer, joins TODAY with her parents, Andrea and Dan, sister Hannah, and Dr. Anne Reilly to talk about the more than 1,500 children who are diagnosed with cancer every year.
Melvin Cagu, a hotel security worker from Africa, talks about taking temperatures of guests before their stays, amid the Ebola health crisis.
The symptoms may be related to Enterovirus D68. A hospital spokesman said that patients who meet three sets of criteria will have additional samples sent to be tested by the CDC.
Resaerchers found that children under 2 who took antibiotics were more likely to be overweight by age 4. Plus, neurologists warn the risk of developing opioid addiction outweighs the therapeutic benefits of taking the drugs. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
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