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California Law Makes It Harder to Skip Vaccinations
The issue has taken new prominence as California deals with an outbreak of measles that originated at Disneyland last month, sickening 78 people.News Image


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Do Your Bit to Fight Flu: Stay home, Watch TV
Staying home from work and school and watching TV could be a patriotic act, if the goal is to stop the spread of a deadly infectious disease.News Image


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New Bird Flu Found in U.S. Duck
A green-winged teal shot by a hunter in northern Washington state has tested positive for a strain of H5N1 bird flu.News Image


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Bird Flu Found in U.S. Duck
A green-winged teal shot by a hunter in northern Washington state has tested positive for H5N1 bird flu.News Image


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Researchers Discover Cause of Facial Birthmark
Researchers identify genetic cause of Sturge-Weber syndrome, often associated with facial birthmarks, which means new trials and new hope for sufferers. WBAL's Megan Pringle reports.News Image


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Flu's Still an Epidemic, Kills 11 More Children
The headlines may all be about the California measles outbreak, but influenza is still causing its annual epidemic of misery, federal data shows.News Image


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How Long Can a Flu Strain Haunt Us For?
Flu strains don't just disappear with a change in season.News Image


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First Ebola Vaccines Head to Liberia
The first Ebola vaccines will be shipped to West Africa Friday, loaded aboard a commercial flight from Brussels, Belgium, to Liberia.News Image


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Bird Flu Found in US Duck
A green-winged teal shot by a hunter in northern Washington state has tested positive for H5N1 bird flu.News Image


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Pill-Popping Mommas: 'Many' Pregnant Women Use Opioids
Many women are taking prescription painkillers before realizing they're pregnant, endangering their unborn babies, health officials warned Thursday.News Image


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Get Vaccinated or Stay Out of Disneyland: Officials
It may be the happiest place on Earth, but California health officials are warning people to stay away from Disneyland unless they're vaccinated.News Image


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US Ready to Test Ebola Vaccines in West Africa
The first vaccines and drugs to fight Ebola are just about ready to be rolled out for real-life testing in West Africa.News Image


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Why You Should Laugh Your Way Through Childbirth
Women looking for pain relief while giving birth are getting a new option that may remind them of the dentist's office.News Image


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Woman Finds Relief With Magnetic Bead Implant
A new procedure a magnetic string of beads implanted in the esophagus is helping people with severe reflux. Early results look promising.News Image


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6 Reasons Why Doctors Are So Afraid of Measles
Measles is one of the most infectious diseases known to humanity. Now, it's spread in Disneyland, a theme park visited by millions who could have spread it back home.News Image


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