Kathy Ireland said in an interview that the film star sold her jewelry to fund experimental research.
Relatives pay brokers tens of thousands of dollars to find out if their loved ones are still alive, says the report.
The findings don't prove that puppies prevent asthma, but they suggest expectant parents may not need to give away the family pet
Some of the best medicine is being practiced by doctors whose patients aren't human.
Mice bred with the gene are immune to mad cow disease.
The Falling depicts a postwar England where female characters rebel against the norm.
Researchers are working on ways to test for the diseases by simply taking a smartphone picture of the paper.
Routine vaccination programs have been disrupted by the Ebola crisis, which could lead to new public health disaster.
A new study says malaria is resisting the most effective drugs in Southeast Asia.
The study was conducted over a decade and concluded that the site's personal ads led to an increase in the disease.
The Pope listed 15 "diseases" afflicting the highest-ranking members of the Catholic church.
Workers are protesting after not receiving their hazard pay for dangerous working conditions
The disinfectant company suggested that Lysol helps fight Ebola in a sponsored ad they purchased in Google's number one search slot.
100 percent of travelers from the countries hardest hit by Ebola will now be subject to enhanced screening procedures.
Sixty members of the House and Senate want travel bans, but it's a terrible idea, experts say.
Among the manifestations of panic, vomiting is being seen as an indication that someone has Ebola.
The top cocoa-growing countries in West Africa have not been hit by Ebola yet, but they are already worried.
Lab-grown Alzheimer's neurons prove a decades-old theory and make testing drugs faster and cheaper
The network's medical correspondent was reportedly seen waiting in a parked car outside a Princeton restaurant in the midst of her 21-day quarantine
Incinerated items belonging to Thomas Duncan may remain in Texas because of fear of spreading the disease.