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Connecticut Health Honcho Named Healthcare.gov CEO

Kevin Counihan, who headed up Connecticut’s successful health insurance exchange, has been named CEO of Healthcare.gov.

Daughter of body image advocate slams brand for her 'drastically altered' modeling photos

Declaring "My body is a size 8, not a size 4," an Australian model and daughter of a body-image expert is blasting a swimwear company for posting a photo she says was "drastically altered" without her permission. After collaborating Aug.

A Safer Pill Dispenser

A Mississippi man has invented a device that prevents pills from spilling out of bottles, where kids may find and eat them from the floor. WDAM's Jeff Daley reports.

Up in Smoke: WHO Urges Stiff Regulation on E-Cigarettes

The World Health Organization recommended Tuesday that nations regulate electronic cigarettes and ban them from use indoors.

Mom Creates Beautiful Photos For Girl Born Without a Hand

Life didn’t have a fairy tale beginning for 5-year-old Violet Spring, so her mom is making sure her childhood is full of whimsy and joy.

Mistakes Parents Should Avoid During the School Year

Does the start of your kid’s school year give you a case of the jitters? Here are three common school mistakes and how you can avoid them.

We Pay Hundreds of Millions for Gunshot Victims: Study

A new study found that uninsured gunshot victims are more likely to die from their wounds at the hospital than victims with insurance.

Little Triathlete Pushes, Pulls Brother Through Race

Eight-year-old Noah and 6-year-old Lucas recently competed in their second triathlon, with Noah helping Lucas the whole way.

VA: No Proof Delays Caused Hospital Deaths

Can a Nail Polish Protect Against Date Rape Drugs?

Students at North Carolina State University are developing a nail polish that can detect so-called date rape drugs by changing colors when it comes into contact with them.

Nail Polish Can Detect Date-Rape Drugs

Ebola Anxiety: Americans Fear 'Large Outbreak' Coming to U.S.

What people believe is not even close to the actual reality, a new survey suggests.

Let Them Sleep In: Docs Want Later School Times for Teens

Your teenager wants to sleep later and now his doctor agrees.

'Sleep Drunkenness' May Be More Common Than Thought

One in seven Americans occasionally experiences disorientation upon awakening that may last from five to 15 minutes, a new study finds.

Once-Obese Texas Girl Returns to School 'Reborn'

A Texas girl, 50 pounds lighter after obesity surgery, returned Monday to school, where a nurse stood ready with emergency medicine and a needle.

Two Ebola Outbreaks Put Health Workers Most at Risk

Global health officials are now rushing to put out two Ebola outbreaks – the West African epidemic and a new one in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Two Ebola Outbreaks; Health Workers Most At Risk

Global health officials are now rushing to put out two Ebola outbreaks – the West African epidemic and a new one in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Sent My Kid to College

From money matters to flaky friends to dining dilemmas, parents give advice for families sending their kids to college.

E-Cigarettes Should be a Last Resort, Heart Doctors Say

E-cigarettes should only be used as a last resort to quit smoking and they should be outlawed for minors, the American Heart Association says.

British Ebola Victim Flown From Sierra Leone to England

A Royal Air Force plane carried a British healthcare worker who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone from the capital Freetown to England on Sunday.

What the SPF?! Debunking Three Myths About Your Tan

Dr. Nancy debunks three myths surrounding sunscreen.

New Outbreak? Two People Die of Ebola in Congo

Officials said the infections were of a different strain than those in the outbreak in West Africa that has killed more than 1,400 people.

11 Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to College

When you hear about college, you may think of the movie "Animal House" and frat bros doing keg stands in the front lawn. But what should you actually expect?

Food Stamp Recipients Double Up on Fruits, Veggies

In Michigan, an innovative program brings more locally grown fruits and vegetables to residents living on food stamps.

Quick Fixes For Your Worst Period Cramps and Pains

These clever remedies may help cut your risk — and soothe the pain fast if you’re suffering right now.

Want to Fight Ebola? Doctors' Group Has a Job for You

The job calls for long hours and taking the risk that you could get infected, too.

Kim Kardashian's Corset Trick: Does It Work?

Several post-partum corsets on the market promise to transform women's waists, but you can't permanently reshape your body with a corset or girdle.

Kim Kardashian credits corset for tiny midsection, but does 'waist training' work?

She may be known for her derriere, but the latest Kim Kardashian body part to cause a stir is her waist, cinched tight in a corset and looking tiny in a new Instagram photo.

Could Implant Help Curb Headaches?

An experimental device implanted in the gum may offer relief for people suffering from debilitating cluster headaches. Erika Edwards reports.

Oregon Sues Oracle Over Failed Health Care Website

The lawsuit filed Friday in Marion County Circuit Court seeks more than $200 million in damages.


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