Ebola Nurse to Officials: Don't Violate 'My Civil Rights'
State officials will seek to get court order to force quarantine on Kaci Hickox.
Crash Test Dummies Gain Weight to Save Lives
Obese people are 78 percent more likely to die in a car crash.
How to Avoid the ER on Halloween
Children are twice as likely to be hit and killed by a car on Halloween.
NYC Marathoner Reboots After Injury Nearly Cost Him a Leg
Ken Dunbar almost lost his right leg from a soccer collision.
Happy Birthday, Jonas Salk!
The creator of the polio vaccine would have turned 100 on Tuesday.
2nd Dallas Nurse Ebola-Free, Released From Hospital
Amber Vinson leaves Emory University Hospital Ebola-free.
Woman Goes From Paralyzing Spinal Injury to Walking Through Front Door
Jaime Carnucci is walking after a spinal cord injury.
Nurse Won't Follow Maine Quarantine Rule, Lawyer Says
Kaci Hickox says she has no Ebola symptoms and is no risk to others.
Google Working on Pill That Searches for Illnesses
Google is developing tiny particles to search for problems in your bloodstream.
Dogs Give Therapeutic Cuddles to Marysville After Shooting
Dogs also comforted people after Boston Marathon bombing, Sandy Hook shooting.
Ebola Quarantine Controversy Explained
Health officials, lawyers and politicians sound off on Ebola quarantines.
Mandatory Quarantines Alarm Ebola Workers Due Home
Gregg Ramm fears he will spend Thanksgiving in quarantine if he comes home now.
5-Year-Old Boy Tests Negative for Ebola at NYC Hospital
The boy arrived from Guinea on Saturday.
Ebola Nurse Will 'Understand' Her Quarantine, Gov Says
Kaci Hickox has been released from mandatory hold in New Jersey.
Dr. Besser's Look at Life Inside the Hot Zone
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
6 Prescription Mistakes You???re Making
How to avoid common medication mistakes.
4 Surprising Things Your Nose Can Tell You About Your Health
What you need to know about your sense of smell.
5 Reasons Women Live Longer Than Men
Find out why ladies are so tough.
7 Things That Probably Don't Increase Breast Cancer Risk
Find out the truth behind breast cancer risk myths.
A Simple Shower Can Help You Become Happier
It's possible to amp up your bliss every single day.
Meet the Window Washers That Transform Into Superheroes for Sick Kids
This rappelling trio brightens the day for pediatric hospital patients.
Twinless Twins Grieve Together
People whose twin has died have found one another on Facebook.
How Scientists and Doctors Use Baby-Friendly Tricks to Study Infants
The high- and low-tech ways scientists get babies to be happy test subjects.
8 Surprising Effects of Obesity
The extra weight ups the risk of common cancers, a new study found.
Ebola Worries Ease a Bit Despite Preparedness Concerns
Ebola worries have eased slightly in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, despite a broad sense among Americans that...
Cancer Lessons I Learned From a Fictional Teenage Boy
That love scene from "The Fault in Our Stars" is so intense.
Early Days of Modern Medicine Shown in Haunting Photos
Dr. Stanley Burns' archive of medical photography underscores how far modern medicine has come in just over 100 years.
President Obama Praises Health Care Workers in Fight Against Ebola
White House sets two different quarantine guidelines for health care workers and U.S. troops in West Africa.
2ND Dallas Nurse Released After Being Declared Ebola Free
Amber Vinson released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
Quarantined Nurse Released by New Jersey Officials
CDC announces new quarantine guidelines for health workers returning from West Africa.
5-Year-Old Child with Fever to Be Tested for Ebola in New York
Nurse Kaci Hickox to be released from quarantine in New Jersey.
Fan Favorite Song That Made Dionne Cringe
“I was crying all the way to the bank”.
Health Worker Quarantined in New Jersey Tests Negative for Ebola
State enacts mandatory quarantine protocol on the same day the worker was suspected of having the deadly virus.
Ohio College Student Diagnosed with Brain Cancer Receives Final Wish
Lauren Hill, 19, will get to play one last game of college basketball with her Mount St Joe's team.
NYC Mayor de Blasio Remarks on Possible Ebola Patient
Mayor commends emergency response workers for following careful protocol in dealing with patient who has Ebola-like symptoms.
Possible Ebola Patient at NYC's Bellevue Hospital
Officials await test results after doctor shows Ebola-like symptoms.