Evangelist Billy Graham speaks during the final day of his Crusade at Flushing Meadows Park in New York

Billy Graham Hospitalized With Lung Condition For Second Time In The Past Year

Evangelist Billy Graham was admitted to a North Carolina hospital with bronchitis, a spokesman for the 93-year-old told said. Mission Hospital and spokesman Larry Ross said Graham was “alert and in good spirits.” He was kept overnight to evaluate and treat a respiratory infection believed to be bronchitis.
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Bat Virus Offers Insight Into Deadly Nipah, Hendra

The newly discovered Cedar virus, with 90 percent of its genes identical to those of Hendra and Nipah viruses, failed to cause any disease when researchers injected it into animals, suggesting an avenue for identifying the deadly genes at the heart of Hendra and Nipah.

Jessica Simpson Tweets Bloody Ingrown Toenail [PHOTO]

Ever since Jessica Simpson has given birth to her daughter, Maxwell Drew Johnson, in May, all of her pictures posted on her Twitter have been of her adorable daughter and new family, except for on Thursday when she tweeted a picture of what looks like an ingrown toe nail that was removed.
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Fewer Hip Fractures After Cataract Surgery

New findings don't prove vision-improving procedures prevent falls or breaks in elderly people. But they do suggest eyesight plays a role in those accidents and injuries, researchers said.
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Now, A Cancer Drug That Helps Identify Dormant HIV

Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in collaboration with scientists from the Harvard School of Public Health, National Cancer Institute, Merck and the University of California have identified a drug employed in treating certain types of lymphoma that help dislodge a hidden virus in patients receiving treatment for HIV.
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Scientists See AIDS Vaccine Within Reach After Decades

A 2009 clinical trial in Thailand was the first to show it was possible to prevent HIV infection in humans. Since then, discoveries have pointed to even more powerful vaccines using HIV-fighting antibodies. Now scientists believe a licensed vaccine is within reach.

Cholera Resurfaces In Cuba After Half A Century

Three people have already died following a cholera outbreak in southeastern Cuba last week, with at least 50 more people contracting the life-threatening waterborne bacterial disease and around 1,000 people showing symptoms of infection.

DNSChanger Malware: How It Works And What To Do If You're Infected

By now you've probably heard about DNSChanger, a piece of malicious software that has found its way onto millions of computers worldwide. On Monday, any computer still infected with the software will be unable to connect to the internet, leaving users in the dark forever. Or at least until they have to shell out hundreds of dollars for a new computer. So what is this malicious software and how does it work? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
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Cat Lady Suicide? Toxoplasma Gondii Parasite Linked To Suicide [VIDEO]

Cat ladies have gotten a bad rap over the years for being aging spinster women who failed at acquiring human companions, so instead procured hoards of feline friends to fill their lack of human interaction. But according to a new study there's evidence that a parasite found in cat feces increases the chances for women who own cats to kill themselves, resulting in cat lady suicide.


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