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A vaccine that did not exist a year ago has proven 100 percent effective at preventing people from contracting the Ebola virus who are at extremely high risk of infection.
We have the ability to reach many more people than ever before in history with our stupidity.
The Internet now plays such a large role in daily life that it's difficult to imagine many people getting by without it.
The complicating case of asthma.
Not everything shows up in urine, says Wadler.
Dr. Wadler explains the health risks pose to both mind and body.
Historically, the very drugs that have helped patients are being abused by athletes, says Dr. Wadler.
How does the World Anti-Doping Agency determine what is allowed, and what isn’t?
The single biggest threat to the Olympics is doping.
There must be science and math protocols.
It's exciting, says Pogue.
It's all about simple design, says Pogue.
Our connections will all be wireless in the future, says Pogue.