- Biologist: Vermont bats begin white nose recovery Updated: Mar-08-14 8:55 am
- Sibley hospital settles discrimination lawsuit Updated: Mar-07-14 3:31 pm
- Chicago's Cardinal George faces more chemotherapy Updated: Mar-07-14 1:11 pm
- Former tennis player Baltacha says she has cancer Updated: Mar-07-14 11:50 am
- Teen using bats to fight West Nile virus Updated: Mar-07-14 10:53 am
- Ill. lottery game fund multiple sclerosis research Updated: Mar-07-14 4:06 am
- Conn. governor visiting RI to discuss dyslexia Updated: Mar-07-14 3:04 am
- 3 more people die of the flu in North Carolina Updated: Mar-06-14 7:29 pm
- SC bill allows cannabis oil for epilepsy treatment Updated: Mar-06-14 6:37 pm
- Possible mumps outbreak at Ohio State University Updated: Mar-06-14 6:02 pm
- W. Pa. boy dies from bacterial meningitis Updated: Mar-06-14 5:57 pm
- Cancer fake sentenced in Seattle for fraud Updated: Mar-06-14 4:06 pm
- Senate panel advances pot extract for kids bill Updated: Mar-06-14 4:05 pm
- School epinephrine bill passes Idaho House panel Updated: Mar-06-14 1:41 pm
- Lawmakers give final approval to chemo parity bill Updated: Mar-06-14 12:50 pm
- Oklahoma death toll due to flu rises to 53 Updated: Mar-06-14 11:58 am
- State says fewer Ohio teens abusing painkillers Updated: Mar-06-14 9:52 am
- Test confirms 2nd Md. deer with wasting disease Updated: Mar-06-14 9:32 am
- Alcohol blamed for western Iowa teen's death Updated: Mar-06-14 9:08 am
- KU Med Center to create multiple sclerosis center Updated: Mar-06-14 7:31 am
- Grizzlies' Randolph out against Nets with flu Updated: Mar-05-14 7:45 pm
- Kristin Chenoweth says she suffers from asthma Updated: Mar-05-14 5:49 pm
- Doctors hope for cure in a 2nd baby born with HIV Updated: Mar-05-14 5:15 pm
- Gene therapy seems safe, may help control HIV Updated: Mar-05-14 5:13 pm
- Study: Surgery helps some prostate cancer patients Updated: Mar-05-14 5:07 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A biologist who has studied the decline in Vermont's bat populations since white nose syndrome started killing tens of thousands almost a decade ago says he thinks the worst of the epidemic is over and at least one affected species is beginning to recover.
DES MOINES, Iowa - A northwest Iowa hospital will pay a woman $75,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit after she was denied a job because she has cerebral palsy.
CHICAGO - Cardinal Francis George is starting another round of chemotherapy to address signs of cancer returning to the area around his right kidney, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced Friday.
LONDON - Former top-50 professional tennis player Elena Baltacha says she has been diagnosed with cancer of the liver.
KOKOMO, Indiana - Seventeen-year-old Tyler Solis is helping the city of Kokomo protect the area bat population and curb the mosquito population at the same time.
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - Proceeds from the newest Illinois Lottery game will be used to fund research into multiple sclerosis.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is appearing at a Rhode Island school, where he is scheduled to talk to students about his personal experiences overcoming learning disabilities.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Three people died of the flu in North Carolina last week, down from the previous week and a sign that the illness is in decline.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - People suffering from severe epilepsy could legally use oil derived from marijuana under a bill advanced Thursday in the South Carolina House.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Public health officials are investigating a possible outbreak of mumps at Ohio State University, where nine students are reported to have the contagious infection.
PITTSBURGH - The Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office says a 6-year-old Pittsburgh boy has died from bacterial meningitis.
SEATTLE - A 52-year-old woman who claimed to have cancer and talked an elderly Auburn man into giving her more than $400,000 was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Seattle to two years in prison.
SALT LAKE CITY - A Senate committee Thursday unanimously approved a bill allowing Utah parents of children with severe epilepsy to legally obtain a marijuana-derived extract they say helps with seizures.
BOISE, Idaho - A bill allowing Idaho schools to keep emergency medication on hand for life-threatening allergic reactions has won the support of the House education committee.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri cancer patients who rely on oral chemotherapy pills could see lower costs under legislation sent to the governor's desk Thursday.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Department of Health says two more people have died from the flu during the past week, adding to the record number of influenza-related deaths in the state.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Fewer Ohio teens are abusing prescription painkillers and using heroin as efforts to address such abuse appear to be working, according to the state Health Department's most recent youth risk survey.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - The Department of Natural Resources says a second deer harvested in western Maryland has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa - Authorities say alcohol poisoning killed a teenage girl whose body was found in a car at a western Iowa shopping center.
KANSAS CITY, Kansas - The University of Kansas Medical Center plans to open a center designed to treat people with multiple sclerosis.
NEW YORK - Zach Randolph missed the Memphis' Grizzlies game in Brooklyn on Wednesday night because of the flu.
NEW YORK - Kristin Chenoweth is ready to tell the world she suffers from asthma. The Tony Award-winning actress with the powerful voice says she's suffered with the respiratory disorder for more than a decade.
A second baby born with the AIDS virus may have had her infection put into remission and possibly cured by very early treatment - in this instance, four hours after birth.
Scientists have modified genes in the blood cells of HIV patients to help them resist the AIDS virus, and say the treatment seems safe and promising. The results give hope that this approach might one day free at least some people from needing medicines to keep HIV under control, a form of cure.
Surgery to remove the prostate saves lives compared to "watchful waiting" for some men whose cancers were found because they were causing symptoms, long-term results from a Scandinavian study suggest.