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Sole Abortion Clinic In Miss. Fights Law To Stay Open

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What Clementines Can Teach Surgeons

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FDA Approves First New Weight-Loss Drug In More Than A Decade

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Pretty to look at, almost, but Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria these are a common cause of infections in hospitals. CDC hide caption

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Virus Hunter Recalls Discovery Of Ebola And HIV

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How The Morning-After Pill Works

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Can A Colon Cancer Test Level The Playing Field For Alaska Natives?

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Timothy Ray Brown, widely known in research circles as the Berlin patient, was cured of his HIV infection by bone marrow transplants. Now scientists are trying to make sense of the traces of HIV they've found in some cells of his body. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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Traces Of Virus In Man Cured Of HIV Trigger Scientific Debate

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Panel Questions Benefits Of Vitamin D Supplements

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