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February 2, 2015


Scanning electron micrograph of Ebola virus budding from the surface of a Vero cell

What is Ebola?

With no licensed Ebola vaccines, early recognition and care is necessary. Know the facts!

December 16, 2014


panda sleeping in a tree

Adding Up Missed Sleep

Losing a couple hours of sleep each night adds up to major sleep deprivation.

September 13, 2012


cavemen evolving in black and white image

Depression May Have An Evolutionary Benefit

Depression may have an evolutionary benefit. It may improve one's chances of fighting off infection.

May 24, 2004


Virtual Reality and Chemotherapy

Some cancer patients are discovering that virtual reality isn't just for cyber geeks. Learn how virtual realities are helping cancer patients through chemo.

September 27, 2003


Nicotine Patch

If used properly, over time the patch imparts increasingly smaller doses of nicotine to help the addict gradually break the habit without experiencing the worst symptoms of withdrawal. It’s important to stop smoking while wearing the patch.

September 27, 2003


Sweet and Sour

After digestion, glucose travels throughout the body in the blood stream. It enters all of our cells with the help of a hormone called insulin: insulin picks up the glucose and carries it into each cell, like a groom carrying a bride over the threshold.

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