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New Report Shows Sharp Decline in U.S. Hepatitis A Cases

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 9
A new report shows there has been a sharp decline in hepatitis A cases throughout the United States, thanks to vaccines.

IBM Helps You Donate Computer Power to Fight Ebola

By Brandon Bailey | Dec 5
IBM has engineered a way for everyone to join the fight against Ebola - by donating processing time on their personal computers, phones or tablets to researchers.

A Look Back at the Top Medical Stories of 2014

Dec 5
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips look back at 2014's medical highlights, including new guidelines for medical exams, and how your gut could be the key to mental health.

Cis B. Golder Quality of Life Grant Eases Burden of Cancer Survivors

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 5
The Cis B. Golder Quality of Life Grant assists women who are dealing with financial hardships that are directly related to their breast cancer diagnosis.

DC Council Bans Conversion Therapy for LGBT Youth

By EDGE | Dec 3
On Tuesday, December 2, the District of Columbia Council unanimously approved a bill that will protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth from the dangerous and discredited practice of conversion therapy.

Congress Aims to Save $44M By Cutting Medicare Penis Pumps

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 3
The Republicans in Congress have officially had enough of funding penis pumps for men who can't get erections. The devices are covered by Medicare to the tune of $44 million per year -- money better spent on the disabled.

Meet the Make-A-Wish Foundation 'Dream Team'

Dec 3
The Make-A-Wish Foundation works to make dreams come true for children across the U.S. facing life-threatening illnesses. Meet the "dream team" that makes it all happen.

What Toys on Your Shopping List are Unsafe?

Dec 2
Toys are on many shopping lists, but how can parents be sure they're safe? A new, first-of-its-kind study in Clinical Pediatrics finds toy-related injuries are on the rise.

Clay Walker on Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Dec 2
Country singer and his wife, Jessica, tell CBS News' Lauren Moraski about staying healthy on the road and the importance of a caregiver.

Amsterdam Warns of Dangerous Drugs After 3 Deaths

By Mike Corder | Nov 30
Health authorities in Amsterdam are warning of dangerous drugs being sold to tourists after three British men died in the past month after snorting heroin they may have believed was cocaine.

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