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Sierra Leone to shut down for 3 days to slow Ebola

The World Health Organization says more than 700 more Ebola cases emerged in West Africa in one week, a statistic that shows the outbreak is accelerating. Ebola Patient in Nebraska Regains Appetite U.S. Announces Ebola Offensive

Why Healthy People Need Flu Shots

It's certainly true that people with health problems such as asthma or lung disease or heart disease can get very sick with influenza and really need the flu shot. But healthy people need it too. Here's why. Mass. Hospital Workers’ Flu Vaccination Rates Fall Below Target Could You Have the Flu? The Invisible Threat of Vaccine Refusal

Five Strength Training Moves to Build Your Core

Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, where Mike himself shares five strengthening moves with a common ‘core’: The plank. Top 5 Exercises Everyone Should Do at the Gym How Much Does Boston Move on Sept. 1? Ditch the Wetsuit: Build Surfer Bodies on Land

Calling Dr. Mom (or Dad): Caring for Sick Kids at Home

Most of the time, children who are sick can be cared for at home. So get out your white coat, folks; here's what you need to do to keep your kids comfortable--and speed up their recovery. 5 Healthy Back-to-School Habits Is Your Lunch Bag Making You Sick? The (Um, Obvious) Key to Parental Decisions About Video Games

The Moms Behind MIT’s Breast Pumping Hackathon

Over 100 men and women from across the country are coming to MIT next weekend to tackle an issue at the core of breastfeeding: The pump. Catherine D’Ignazio, one of the organizers of MIT’s Make the Breast Pump Not Suck Hackathon, shares the story behind the hack. Olivia Wilde Poses for Breastfeeding Pic Breastfeeding and The Mommy Wars

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