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There Are Several Good Reasons To Keep A Smallpox Treatment Ready

The last widespread outbreak of smallpox in the U.S. was in 1949, but the FDA just approved the first drug treatment for it. Do we need it?

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University of Miami Athletics

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Drug Enforcement Administration

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EPA Proposal Would Roll Back Standards Meant To Curb CO2 Emissions

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Russian Satellite Maneuvers Are Making The US Nervous

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Is Our Obsession With Filtered Selfies Triggering A Disorder?

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Chinese Investigators Find Another Batch Of Defective Kids' Vaccines

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The Lab: Are We Genetically Similar To Kangaroos?

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Some Oat-Based Breakfast Favorites May Contain Weed Killer

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CDC Estimates A Record Number Of People Died Of Overdoses In 2017

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Young Kids Who Hold More Conversations Grow Their Brains

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Elephants Have Special Genes That Keep Them From Getting Cancer

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State Of Emergency Declared In Red Tide-Devastated Areas Of Florida

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Big Data Doctors Are Focusing On How We Live To Catch Health Issues

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NASA Launches Fastest Spacecraft Ever To Research The Sun's Atmosphere

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Court Slams EPA For Allowing Pesticide With Known Side Effects

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To Get To The Sun, NASA's Probe Will Have To Hit The Brakes

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This Medical Student Turned Her Depression Into A Movement

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Argentina's Senate Votes Against Legal Abortion

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Unspoken: Doctor Depression And Suicide

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VP Mike Pence Announces Official Launch Of Space Force

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Australian Farmers Struggling To Keep Livestock Alive In Major Drought

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How Are Colleges And Courts Dealing With Emotional Support Animals?

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How The US Used Nationalism To Prevent Wildfires

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The Lab: How Exactly Does NASA Plan To Touch The Sun?

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CVS Rolls Out Digital Doctor Visits On Its App