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CDC: Ebola Cases Could Hit 1.4 Million By January

Posted: 09/23/2014 - The CDC says the number of Ebola cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone could rise to between 550,000 and 1.4 million by January if there are no "additional interventions or changes in community behavior."

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Alarming Rise In Ebola Cases Is Projected

Posted: 09/23/2014 - The CDC says that unless efforts are ramped up quickly, the disease could infect up to 1.4 million people by mid-January in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

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MELISSA'S BLOG: Join Lisa's Legacy

Updated: 09/23/2014 - You are invited to a 5K/10K run/walk Saturday in Netawaka to celebrate the legacy of a woman very special to the WIBW-TV family.

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7 Ways to Boost Your Happiness

Posted: 09/22/2014 - Happiness isn't just an emotional state. Decades of research proves it goes much deeper. In fact, science shows people who are happy live longer and healthier lives.

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Study Links Artifical Sweeteners To Diabetes

Posted: 09/17/2014 - New research suggests artificial sweeteners change the composition of normal, beneficial bacteria in the gut. That appears to hamper how well the body handles sugar in the diet.

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Golfers Tee Off To Help Young Patients

Updated: 09/15/2014 - Dozens of people teed off Monday for the Stormont-Vail Foundation's "Big Hearts for Little Hearts" golf tournament at Topeka Country Club.

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The High Price Of Antibiotic Overuse

Posted: 09/11/2014 - A new study focuses on the implications of when hospital doctors throw more than one antibiotic at a mystery infection.

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Incomplete Checkups Common In Kids

Posted: 09/10/2014 - Millions of children and adolescents don't receive preventive health services, such as complete wellness check-ups and dental care.

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Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds Of KC-Area Kids

Posted: 09/02/2014 - A Kansas City pediatric hospital has treated hundreds of young children for a respiratory illness that has symptoms similar to a common cold that more typically is seen during winter months.

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Who's Most At Risk For Color Blindness?

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Color blindness has long been known to be more common in boys, but researchers now found that race and ethnicity also figure into one's risk for developing the disorder.

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