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Dr. Besser Talks Dengue Fever Outbreak in Hawaii
ABC News' Chief Medical Editor explains the disease and how it spreads.
Measles Outbreak has Spread to 14 States, 84 Cases this Month
Arizona health officials’ concerned virus could spread during Super Bowl.
New Flu Data Reveals Vaccine's Ineffectiveness
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser discusses Thursday's CDC report that says season's influenza vaccine has a 23% effectiveness rate.
Whoopi Goldberg Vows Return After 'Painful' Injury
"The View" co-host opens up about the herniated disc that has kept her off the show and stuck in a hospital bed.
Rick Perry Charms South Carolina Dogs
GEORGETOWN, S.C. — If dogs could vote in the South Carolina primary next weekend, Rick Perry would have an extra boost to coast to a victory. As the Texas governor weaved his way through lines of voters waiting to catch a glimpse of him on...
Solo Travel Safety Tips
The much anticipated summer blockbuster Eat Pray Love finally hit theaters this past weekend and now more than now more now than ever women are looking to take their own inspiring and even in powering Tripp's book before you pack your bags and head out on a journey of self discovery. You need to
Women in the Military
remember the abuse but as of Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq Lindy England became known as the face of the atrocities when she was sound with the naked detainee on a dog police. Baxter International content and made many people wonder about the perverse behavior of women in war. In her women as weapons
Study Shows 1% of Americans Have Been Infected With West Nile
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9 (HealthDay News) -- One in every 100 Americans has been infected with the West Nile virus, whether they know it or not. That number has grown steadily since the virus first appeared in North America in 1999, according to a study in the October issue of the journal Emerging
U.S. Slashes Swine Flu Vaccine Estimate
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. officials Monday said they had slashed their estimate of how many swine flu vaccine doses will be available for the start of a mass vaccination campaign in the fall. Citing delays in manufacturing and packaging the vaccines, the Department of Health and Human Services
Obama Earmarks $1.8 Billion for Swine Flu Fight
President Designates Funds for Emergency Use to Fight the New H1N1 Pandemic