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The World Health Organization says the concern about the deadly virus MERS has "significantly increased," with hundreds of people potentially exposed in the U.S. alone. Can officials detect the disease before it's too late and begins to spread to others? CNN's Brian Todd investigates.
Researchers were able to successfully grow human hair in bald places on mice. CNN's Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen tells Wolf Blitzer about what the promising breakthrough means for people.
Supporters say the president's plan will create jobs and help scientists better understand how the brain works.
A surrogate mother refuses to have an abortion after abnormalities were spotted on the ultrasound. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
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(CNN) – Rep. Michele Bachmann responded Tuesday to a report that the presidential candidate frequently suffers from severe headaches that have at least three times landed her in the hospital.
At a campaign stop in South Carolina, Bachmann said she treats her migraines with medicine as needed and emphasized the rigorous pace of her campaign schedule since she entered the 2012 race.
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