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Dutch Authorities Say One Malaysia Airlines Victim Was Wearing Oxygen Mask

Authorities still don't know how the mask got there, but they said it may signal that at least that one passenger was alive long enough to put it on.

Could Ebola Be Slowing Down In Liberia?

For three weeks in a row, new cases in Liberia have significantly declined. And hundreds of beds have become available in new Ebola clinics. But don't get too excited yet, health officials say.

Customers Can Keep The Tip Which Might Please Restaurant Workers

A handful of restaurants are experimenting with no-tipping models, guaranteeing their servers a base level of pay. So far, satisfaction is up and turnover is down.

Help Wanted: Unlikely Geniuses To Solve Public Health Problems

The Grand Challenge is a new tradition in the world of public health: asking anyone (and everyone) to come up with innovations. The latest assignment: design cooler protective gear for Ebola teams.

Where In The World Is Kim Jong Un?

The North Korean dictator hasn't been seen in more than a month, leading to speculation he might have been deposed or is merely indisposed.

Smen Is Morocco's Funky Fermented Butter That Lasts For Years

Like Indian ghee, smen evolved as a way to keep a tasty cooking fat around for a long time. But smen is blessed with a flavor and aroma that's a lot like blue cheese.

4 Things We've Learned About Enterovirus D68, And 1 Mystery

The outbreak of serious respiratory illness in children was a big surprise; it was caused by an obscure virus rarely seen in the U.S. Two doctors on the front lines explain what they've learned.

'Mass Mobs' Aim To Keep Pews Full At Old Churches

Every month, a group in Detroit picks a church that could use an influx of parishioners to fill its pews and collection baskets. Word spreads on Facebook, and come Sunday, the church is buzzing.

Wrong! 3 Recent Reports That May Surprise You

So maybe we don't know everything about health and wealth and sexuality.

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