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What You Need to Know About Disease Linked to Cilantro
FDA has banned cilantro arriving from Puebla, Mexico.
Girl's Amazing Fundraising Skill Helps Best Friend With Rare Disease
Anne Marie Cox has a rare disease that causes her skin to blister and scar.
'Brain-Eating' Amoeba Reappears in Louisiana Parish's Water Supply
The deadly amoeba was cited in the death of a Louisiana child in 2013.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Sushi Reportedly Sickens 62
Outbreak partially linked to frozen tuna used for sushi.
Teen's Nosebleed Leads to Relatives Diagnosed With Illness
Daughter and parents all diagnosed with serious diseases.
Study Says 'Dadbod' Is Real as New Fathers Gain Weight
Men gained between 3.5 to 4.5 pounds after they became fathers.
Experts Puzzled by Teen???s 12-Year HIV Remission Without Drugs
Teen's case shines a light on "elite controllers."
Sweet, Salty and Now Fatty: Scientists Work to Uncover 'Sixth' Taste
Food scientists say fatty food has it's own unique flavor.
Report: Teen Use of Morning-After Pill Is Climbing
Report: Teen use of morning-after pill is climbing, but proportion of teens who had sex is not
Mom Dying of Cancer Preps Cards for Toddler to Open in Future
Heather McManamy wrote more than 40 cards to her 4-year-old.
Man Allegedly 'Treated' Cancer Patient With Mysterious Substances
Vincent Gammill is accused of practicing medicine without a license.
Bush's Fall Common Among Elderly, Expert Says
Approximately a third of elderly people who fall can suffer fractures.
Teen Explains What Life is Like in a Coma
Claire Wineland was in a coma for 2 weeks after surgery.
Toddler Helped by 3-D Printer After Head Swells to Three Times Normal Size
A toddler had surgery to fix build-up of fluids in her skull.
Trans Military Member Says He's 'Pumped' About Pentagon Decision
Sgt. Shane Ortega transitioned genders in 2011.
Routine Dentist Visit Leaves Man With 90-Minute Memory
Baffled U.K. researchers are searching for answers.
Woman Fights Her Ex Over Embryos in Court Battle
Mimi Lee says embryos are her "last chance" for a child who shares her genes.
Terminal Cancer Patient Weds From His Hospital Bed
Keith Borum is reportedly battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Teen Dies From Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba
Minnesota teen reportedly died days after swimming in a lake.
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects
Researchers caution that risks of defects are low.
Mysterious Muscle-Wasting Condition in 4 Siblings Baffles Doctors
All four children suffer from a mysterious disease.
Clinic Shut Down After 5 Children Improperly Vaccinated
Children were given expired or wrong vaccines, including Gardisil.
Brain-Eating Amoeba May Have Infected Child
Rare infection suspected after child becomes critically ill.
Can Mass Killings Be Contagious?
Study examines data on mass killings.
Study Reveals Possible Link Between Eye Color and Alcoholism Risk
Is there a link between blue eyes and the risk of alcoholism?
Heroin Deaths Quadruple in Just Over Decade
More women and more affluent people are using heroin.
Amnesiac Woman Tries to Solve Mystery of Who She Is
A woman called "Sam" is searching for her family as she battles cancer.
Study Investigates Possible Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer
Experts say it's too early to tell people to avoid fruit.
Officials Confirm Ebola's Return to Liberia
Ebola killed 4,806 people in Liberia since the outbreak started last year.
How to Watch Out for 'Flesh-Eating' Bacteria This Summer
Multiple kinds of bacteria can cause this dangerous condition.
CDC Warns of Pool Parasite This Summer
Parasite can survive in chlorine for days.
Girl Learning to Eat After Spending Her Life on Feeding Tube
Brielle Trice has had a feeding tube since she was an infant.
How a Woman Lost Sight in One Eye 12 Hours After Mud Run
Brittany Williams is hoping a cornea transplant will help her.
This Pint-Sized Supporter Is Thrilled About a Vaccine Bill
Rhett Krawitt, 7, asked people to vaccinate after surviving leukemia.
The Drug at the Center of the Supreme Court Case on Lethal Injections
Why a lawsuit wants to outlaw the use of midazolam in lethal injections.
Synchronized Swimmers Show Perils of 'Drinking and Diving'
The Swedish synchronized team wanted to warn against swimming while drunk.
Swimmers Beware: Burning Eyes May Be Caused by Urine
Chlorine by-product can irritate swimmers.
Lamb Modified With Jellyfish DNA Goes on Market, Prompts Investigation
The lamb was being used for a study on heart disease.
Why Beachgoers Are Being Warned to Avoid Gulf Waters
Multiple Texas beaches have high levels of bacteria.
Why A Human Head Transplant Probably Isn't Happening Any Time Soon
An Italian surgeon says he wants to perform a transplant in the next few years.
How Diabetics Handle Fasting for Ramadan
The holy month for Muslims starts this week.
Two Transplants as a Child, Ready to Become Transplant Nurse
Laura Lukianov was one of the first people in the U.S. to have a living donor.
LA Deputy Saves Life of Colleague By Becoming Liver Donor
Deputy Jorge Castro had liver failure due to PSC.
Mutation Discovered in Cannibal Tribe Might Stop Deadly Brain Disease
A tribe in Papa New Guinea had protections from degenerative brain disease.
Boy Transforms Into Superhero Thanks to Special Armor
Arlo Jordan becomes a crimefighter named Raleighman.
CDC Issues Health Advisory Amid MERS Outbreak
The deadly virus has infected at least 122 people in South Korea.
Synthetic Marijuana-Related Calls to Poison Control Centers Spike 229%
The CDC reported 3,572 calls since the start of this year.
Missouri Family Mourns Teen Athlete Who Collapsed at Pool
Emma Aronson, 17, died after swimming laps with friends.
See the Entire Wedding Party That Donned Masks Amid MERS
A wedding party donned medical masks for a group picture.