Thousands Infected With Dengue Fever In Monsoon-Stricken Bangladesh

Over 1,000 people have been diagnosed with the virus in the last 24 hours.


1:18A doctor wears a stethoscope.
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Hospitals Might Be Required To Share Prices Negotiated With Insurers

0:57A visualization of the exoplanet system
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA Satellite Finds 3 'Missing Link' Exoplanets

0:48Scaffolding at Notre Dame Cathedral
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French Group Sues Paris Over Lead Released In Notre Dame Fire

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Humanity Has Already Used Up All Of Earth's Resources For The Year

1:36A tiger in India
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India's Wild Tiger Population Continues To Rise

3:08Pregnant woman rubbing belly

CDC Says Fertility Rate Has Fallen To 'All-Time Low'

4:21Maggie Hanna, a cattle rancher
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Getting Mental Health Care Is Harder In Rural America

0:55A man reaching into a medicine bottle
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Reuters: Trump May Issue Order To Lower Medicare Drug Prices

1:29A man jogs past Notre-Dame Cathedral at sunrise following a major fire on Monday on April 17, 2019 in Paris, France
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Intense Heat Wave Could Damage Notre Dame Cathedral Even Further

2:08Meteo Alarm weather warnings in Europe
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Historic Heat Wave Breaks Temperature Records Across Europe

1:05Pollution in Los Angeles
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Study: Cutting U.S. Air Pollution Levels Could Save Thousands Of Lives

0:42India launches the Chandrayaan 2 into space
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India Successfully Launches Rocket To The Moon

1:23Dead tress leftover in a deforested section of the Amazon rainforest.
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Brazil's President Claims Rain Forest Deforestation Report Is False

3:37The moon is pictured as the International Space Station orbits above the ocean

On Apollo 11's 50th Anniversary, NASA Looks Towards The Future

4:42The restored Apollo Mission Control Room at the Johnson Space Center

Restored Apollo Mission Control Center Takes Visitors Back In Time

1:43People play in fountain in Berlin.
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June's Record High Temps Are Part Of A Worrisome Global Trend

1:33Then-Tropical Storm Barry on July 12, 2019.
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Hurricanes Are Wetter Than Ever And We Need Learn To Manage The Deluge

1:00Oxycodone pain pills
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U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths May Have Dropped For First Time In Decades

1:04Ebola virus flyer
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WHO: Ebola Outbreak In Congo Declared A Public Health Emergency

1:26The 2016 high-level meeting on ending AIDS

U.N. Report Shows Overall HIV/AIDS Progress, But It Varies By Region

1:05Oxycodone pain pills
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Data On Pain Pills Sold In U.S. Between 2006 And 2012 Made Public

3:09Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon

The End Of The Space Race: The Apollo 11 Moon Landing

1:13A medical worker administers a vaccine
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Congo's Ebola Outbreak Moves Closer To Rwandan Border

0:49Juul pods on display
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Companies Have 10 Months To Apply To Keep Selling E-Cigarettes

4:17A woman video conferences with a doctor.

Telemedicine Can Save Lives In Rural Areas, But It's Still Hard To Get

2:32Man in doctor's office
University of Washington School of Medicine

Is The Future Of Contraception Male?

1:53Kidney transplant operation
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Trump Signs Order Aimed At Improving Care For Kidney Disease Patients

1:03Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Study Finds Experimental Drugs Effective Against Congo's Ebola Strain

1:20Dry, cracked ground

Lawmakers Unveil Measure To Make Climate Change A National Emergency

1:07A man reaches for a medicine bottle.
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Judge Blocks Trump Administration Rule Requiring Drug Prices In TV Ads