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Pregnant with twins? Ask your doctor this important question

Pregnant with twins? Ask your doctor this important question
today.com — Twin pregnancies are known to come with more risks and challenges - premature birth or low birth weight, for example - but there is a complication that even doctors may not be expecting: a rare condition known as Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome.

Limit kids' exposure to cellphones, pediatricians warn

Limit kids' exposure to cellphones, pediatricians warn
today.com — According to industry group CTIA - The Wireless Association, there are now more cellphones in use in the United States than there are people. But how safe are they? U.S. government agencies including the FCC (which decides how much radiation mobile phones are allowed to emit) say there is little to be concerned about.

7 ways to boost your happiness

7 ways to boost your happiness
cnn.com — Watch "In Pursuit of Happiness: Sanjay Gupta, M.D. reports" on CNN at 4:30 p.m. ET Saturday and 7:30 a.m. ET Sunday. In this special, Gupta explores scientifically proven ways to up your life satisfaction and heads to Denmark to uncover secrets from the happiest nation in the world.

Healthiest cities

Healthiest cities
cnn.com — Our health is not just a byproduct of how we live. It's also about where we live. Just ask the residents of these 10 cities. A truly healthy city makes it easy for residents to adopt a healthful lifestyle, whether it's by providing quality health care, encouraging preventive medicine or reducing air pollution.

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - WSMV Channel 4

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - WSMV Channel 4
wsmv.com — Updated: 2014-08-05 01:07:48 (CNN) - On Thursday, Dr. Kent Brantly thought he was going to die. It was the ninth day since the American missionary worker came down sick with Ebola in Liberia. His condition worsening by the minute, Brantly called his wife to say goodbye. Thankfully, the call was premature.

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - CBS 3 Springfield - WSHM

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - CBS 3 Springfield - WSHM
cbs3springfield.com — Updated: 2014-08-05 01:07:48 (CNN) - On Thursday, Dr. Kent Brantly thought he was going to die. It was the ninth day since the American missionary worker came down sick with Ebola in Liberia. His condition worsening by the minute, Brantly called his wife to say goodbye. Thankfully, the call was premature.

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - CBS46 News

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - CBS46 News
cbs46.com — Updated: 2014-08-05 01:07:48 (CNN) - On Thursday, Dr. Kent Brantly thought he was going to die. It was the ninth day since the American missionary worker came down sick with Ebola in Liberia. His condition worsening by the minute, Brantly called his wife to say goodbye. Thankfully, the call was premature.

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - FOX5 Vegas - KVVU

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - FOX5 Vegas - KVVU
fox5vegas.com — (CNN) - It's a story that could have come from a cinematic medical thriller: Two American missionary workers contract Ebola. Their situation is dire. Three vials containing a highly experimental drug are flown into Liberia in a last-ditch effort to save them.

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - KCTV5

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients - KCTV5
kctv5.com — Updated: 2014-08-05 01:07:48 (CNN) - On Thursday, Dr. Kent Brantly thought he was going to die. It was the ninth day since the American missionary worker came down sick with Ebola in Liberia. His condition worsening by the minute, Brantly called his wife to say goodbye. Thankfully, the call was premature.

Questions about this new Ebola drug

Questions about this new Ebola drug
cnn.com — (CNN) -- Two American missionary workers infected with the deadly Ebola virus were given an experimental drug that seems to have saved their lives. Dr. Kent Brantly was given the medication, ZMapp, shortly after telling his doctors he thought he would die, according to a source familiar with his case.
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