Children in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone who have lost parents to Ebola being avoided, group says.
10 children in Colorado have developed limb weakness or paralysis after testing positive for a respiratory virus.
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Thousands march in New York City ahead of the United Nations' climate change meeting this week.
A report counters the theory that investing in preventing climate change hurts world economies.
Western Australia's shark cull is to be halted after the state's environmental regulator advised against it.
Ozone layer around the earth is showing its first sign of thickening after years of steady depletion.
The CDC has warned that 9 out of 10 U.S. children are consuming high levels of sodium.
New research suggests that drinking too much soda can lead to memory loss in adolescents.
People who run even very slowly and for short distances have greater chances of living longer.
A study shows that most kids misperceive their weight statuses.
Researchers have warned about the overuse of antibiotics, anticipating that they will no longer work.
The outbreak has reached unmanageable standards, and requires international attention.
The U.S. has announced it will train Liberian armed forces to deal with the outbreak.
The drug, dubbed Contrave, is aimed at curbing the U.S.'s obesity problem.
Questions around dark energy and dark matter remain, although they now boil down to figuring how why they exist in the amount they do.
India becomes the first nation to succeed in its first attempt to orbit the Red Planet.
Data from the satellite will allow scientists to build better models of climate conditions on Mars.
It has been oft-debated whether or not human interjection has influenced how violent chimpanzees can be.