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Fri, Aug 22, 2014 3:47 PM
Health officials say the plague is unlikely to spread, but locals should be on the lookout for symptoms and take precautions with their pets.
Video: Lauren Johnson of Virginia has been unable to stop sneezing for more than two weeks. Today's Ann Curry talks to Lauren, her mother Lynn Johnson, and NBC's chief medical editor, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, about the condition.
If Matt Hickman had his way, Mother Nature would be everyone's personal trainer — but he still offers advice on how to find an eco-conscious gym.
Paying men to help test a male contraceptive pill is one thing, but getting them to spend that money on purchasing it might be another.
Retailers will pay almost a half a million dollars in fines for selling toys with unsafe levels of lead paint.
Vacationers are becoming wary of theme parks as the swine flu outbreak worsens.
Video: While people across the U.S. wait in long lines for swine flu vaccine, the shots arrive on Wall Street. Firms like Citigroup and Goldman Sachs are receiving doses.
Our media columnist ponders why coverage of the swine flu outbreak may be killing us.
Authorities fear this year's annual pilgrimage to Mecca could worsen the pandemic.
Video: At least 22 children died from complications from the H1N1 over the last week. An infectious disease expert weighs in.
San Francisco attorney general expresses concern over claims that Kellogg’s Cocoa Krispies and other cereals can boost a child’s immunity.
Proteins in pumpkin skin can kill microbes that cause infection.
Pick your adventure and one of these reusable stainless steel bottles.
Ending speculation, Malia and Sasha Obama (finally) get their swine flu shots from the White House physician. Their mom and dad will wait.
Everyday chemicals may be feminizing an increasing number of babies.
Motion picture company faces charges of contaminating water supply with chromium 6, a carcinogen.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.