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NBCNews.com: Health 

Obama Seeks Millions for 'Precision Medicine'

President Obama is asking Congress for $215 million to pay for a Precision Medicine Initiative - a plan to rev up targeted treatments.

Disney Measles Outbreak Came From Overseas: CDC

An outbreak of measles that started in California's Disneyland probably came from overseas, officials say.

With Just a Few New Cases of Ebola, Liberia's Kids Head Back to School

There's some good news out of the Ebola epidemic.

Buzz Kill: Three Daily Alcohol Drinks May Boost Stroke Risk

People in their 50s and 60s who down more than two drinks daily have a 34 percent higher stroke risk compared to lighter drinkers, researchers say.

Here's Where the Public Disagrees With Scientists

A survey suggests that scientists disagree with the wider public on key scientific issues — and are becoming less hopeful about closing the gap.

What's it Like To Be Trapped in Unresponsive Body?

Fully conscious, but unable to move and seemingly unresponsive, Martin Pistorius could not blink, grimace, gesture or make sounds.

'Ghost': Man Recalls Years Trapped in Unresponsive Body

Fully conscious, but unable to move and seemingly unresponsive, Martin Pistorius could not blink, grimace, gesture or make sounds.

'Toxic Aerosol': California Calls Vaping a Public Health Risk

California health officials issued a public health advisory Wednesday, urging the state's residents to avoid or stop using e-cigarettes.

California Declares Vaping Public Health Risk

California health officials issued a public health advisory Wednesday, urging the state's residents to avoid or stop using e-cigarettes.

Children Still Struggle With Mystery Paralysis

Ten Colorado children with mystifying muscle weakness and partial paralysis are still suffering symptoms and may be permanently disabled, doctors say.

Memory Problems Worse for NFL Vets Who Played as Kids

NFL vets who started playing football before age 12 functioned about 20 percent worse on mental tests compared to ex-pros to entered the game as teens

Five Things You Need To Know About Measles

How effective is the measles vaccine? The answer to that, plus more critical answers to your measles questions.

Chemicals Linked to Early Menopause

Researchers have identified 15 chemicals that may be linked to earlier menopause.

Feds to Taxpayers: Did You Get Health Insurance?

Two to 4 percent of taxpayers will end up paying a fine because they didn't have health insurance last year, federal health officials predict.

Defibrillator Glitches Spur New FDA Rules

The FDA is requiring makers of heart-zapping defibrillators to submit more data on the emergency care devices after years of recalls and glitches.

Aging Tsunami: Montana's Aging Crisis Takes a Village

NBC News spent a year looking at how Montana is grappling with what the state has dubbed an "aging tsunami." This is the first of two parts.

Why Are Girls Having Earlier Periods? Study Offers Link

Girls who frequently imbibe drinks laden with added sugar tend to start their periods earlier than girls who don't overindulge, according to new research.

More Than 9 Million Choose Obamacare in Latest Round

More than 9.5 million people have signed up for health insurance on the Obamacare online marketplaces, the federal government said Tuesday.

Prevent Another Ebola With Insurance Plan: World Bank

Could a business approach work for global public health? The World Bank president thinks so.

Vaccine Demand Sends Crowds Even to Anti-Vax Docs

Demand for measles vaccines has overwhelmed pediatricians in California - even Dr. Jay Gordon, the doctor best known for treating anti-vaccine activist Jenny McCarthy's son.

Shovel Snow the Right Way: Protect Your Joints, Heart

Why do so many people hurt themselves when shoveling snow? Nobody knows what they're doing.

Shovel Snow the Right Way: Protect Your Joints, Heart

Why do so many people hurt themselves when shoveling snow? Nobody knows what they're doing.

Shoveling Snow Raises the Risk of Heart Attacks

Dr. Nancy Snyderman explains what people with a history of heart disease should do if they have to shovel snow.

Canadian Infected With Deadly Strain of Bird Flu

A Canadian woman who recently traveled to China has been diagnosed with the first case of H7N9 bird flu in North America.

Autism Genes Randomly Mutated, Study Finds

A new genetic study shows that even siblings with autism often have very different DNA mutations from one another.

Skip the Toilet Paper: How to Prepare for the Blizzard

Here's some advice for how to weather the coming blizzard or for any big storm.

Stay Safe on the Ice by Walking Like This Animal

It's Blizzard '15 alert: Even heavy snow boots may not keep you upright on frozen walkways and stairs. There are techniques to navigate the ice safely.

Snow Jam: What You Need to Have in Your Car Now

Don't be caught out in the cold if the coming blizzard shuts down the highway. Here's what you need to have in your car before the first flake falls.

Caught in the Blizzard? Don't Panic

Here's what you need to know ahead of time if you're caught outside in a winter storm.

Skip the Toilet Paper: How to Prepare for the Blizzard

Here's some advice for how to weather the coming blizzard or for any big storm.


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