Medical staff puts protective gear in Kenema government hospital before taking a sample from a suspected Ebola patient

5 Must-Know Facts About The Ebola Virus, As Patients Make Their Way To The US

By | Fri, 08/01/2014 - 12:32

Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, American medical missionaries infected with Ebola, are expected to return to the U.S., but what does this mean for healthy Americans?

New Under Armour Ad Is Getting A lot of Attention

New Misty Copeland Under Armour Ad Strays From The Usual [VIDEO]

By | Fri, 08/01/2014 - 11:27

Commonly known for men's sportswear, Under Armour is appealing to more women with its inspirational ads featuring key female athletes, and in this case, a soloist ballerina.

Quadruplets in Gaza

Quadruplets Born In Gaza Amidst Bloodshed

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 19:22

A Gaza hospital treating many wounded civilians from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict had one optimistic update today: quadruplets successfully born.

British Bodybuilder's Colostomy Bag Brings Him No Shame

British Bodybuilder's Colostomy Bag Brings Him No Shame

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 17:58

British bodybuilder Blake Beckford overcame a serious case of ulcerative colitis and now models with his colostomy bag.

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Where In The World Is The Capital Of Penis Enlargement?

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 17:42

This year’s FIFA World Cup champion is not only on top in soccer, but also in penis enlargements, becoming the world’s capital for the intimate nip-tuck procedure, but is it effective?

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US Program To Improve Doctor Shortage In Sub-Saharan Africa

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 17:34

Sub-Saharan countries are in dire need of more doctors, and a U.S.-funded program aims to boost enrollment in medical education.

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Controling The Ebola Outbreak, In Spite Of Local Custom

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 15:53

Foreign aid workers are already scrambling to treat Ebola, but a widespread resistance to Western help has slowed progress even more.

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Chinese Man Undergoes Electro-Shock Therapy To Reverse Homosexuality

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 13:43

A Chinese man is suing a mental health clinic after being exposed to hypnosis and electric shocks as a form of gay conversion therapy.

8-Year-Old Carries His Disabled Brother Through Triathlon [VIDEO]

8-Year-Old Carries His Disabled Brother Through Triathlon [VIDEO]

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 12:27

A little boy from Idaho helped his younger 6-year-old brother with a neurological disorder finish his first triathlon.

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Hundreds Of Peace Corps Volunteers Evacuate Africa Due To Ebola Outbreak [VIDEO]

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 11:57

The Peace Corps has decided to withdraw 340 volunteers from Ebola-infected countries after two workers had to be quarantined for coming in close contact with an Ebola patient.

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Homelife Stress Makes National Guard Vets Go For The Booze

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 11:50

Civilian life stressors after returning home and sexual abuse during deployment were rated as the highest causes of alcohol use disorder among soldiers.

Fire Challenge

Teens Purposely Setting Themselves On Fire Is About As Dumb As It Gets [VIDEOS]

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 10:57

Teens on social media are immediately regretting their decision to participate in the fire challenge after learning third-degree burns are not worth the Facebook "likes."

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When It Comes To Booze, Civilian Women Out-Drink Their Military Counterparts

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 09:52

Sexual assault problems and other gender discrimination faced by women enlistees keep them away from heavy drinking, says a new study.

Scientists Discover Cause Of Rare Childhood Cancer

Scientists Unlock Cause Of Rare Childhood Cancer

By | Thu, 07/31/2014 - 00:00

The cause of a rare childhood muscle cancer has been discovered thanks to a collaborative effort of scientists around the world.

Harry Potter

Reading Harry Potter May Make You Less Prejudice Against Minorities

By | Wed, 07/30/2014 - 17:47

Children who read Harry Potter books were more likely to be empathetic and tolerant of both minorities and refugee groups.

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