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Cancer survivor celebrates 5 year mark with donor Video included

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If Erin Blonshine ever wondered if her perfect match was out there, now she knows. His name: Johannes Saur. Blonshine, a 29-year-old teacher, says "It's very surreal to stand next to him and know that on the inside our immune systems match." More>>

Report: CDC scientist kept quiet about flu blunder

An investigation into a potentially dangerous blunder at a government lab found that a scientist kept silent about the accident and revealed it only after other employees noticed something fishy. More>>

Can you convert a bully? Video included

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As a child abuse prevention specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Amber McKeen knows bullying. More>>

High blood pressure in kids Video included

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Diana Garcia has always been a healthy, active kid, big into volleyball and gymnastics. But last Summer, the now 13-year old ended up in pediatric cardiologist Dr. Eduardo Montana's office with a problem no one saw coming. More>>

Emory staffers skip lunch line for dance line Video included

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It all started when Pamela Johnson discovered line dancing. More>>

The experimental serum used to treat Ebola Video included

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It was just two short days ago that the aid group Samaritan's Purse reported that both Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol had taken a turn for the worse. They were listed as being in serious, but grave condition. More>>

DeKalb teen's dream-come-true: new high-tech leg helps her walk effortlessly Video included

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In a lot of ways, Jasmine Holliday is a pretty typical 15-year old, hanging out in her Ellenwood bedroom with her pocket pit bull terrier and best friend Coco.
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Peachtree runner 'unstoppable' after losing 130 pounds Video included

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At 44, Tina Tait feels like she's just warming up for her new life. Nothing about her is half-way. She's all-in. She says, "I suddenly feel like I am an athlete. I never thought I could say that, but I am, and it feels great." More>>

What's staining your smile? Video included

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A lot of us spend the day sipping on a cup of coffee or soda, but that habit may do a number on our smile.
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Spotting skin cancer Video included

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"The earlier you can catch it, the better off you are. Melanoma is one of the only cancers where a millimeter of disease can be fatal," says Dr. Keith Delman, a melanoma specialist at the Winship Cancer Institute. More>>

Alysia Montano: Labor Is Much Harder Than Running 800 Meters Video included

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[VIEW PHOTO GALLERY] Alysia Montaño is 8-and-a-half months pregnant and last week the five-time national champion did something that got everyone talking: she ran 800 meters in the U.S. Track and Field Championships. More>>

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  • Cancer survivor celebrates 5 year mark with donor

    Cancer survivor celebrates 5 year mark with donor

    Monday, August 18 2014 6:08 PM EDT2014-08-18 22:08:02 GMT
    If Erin Blonshine ever wondered if her perfect match was out there, now she knows. His name: Johannes Saur. Blonshine, a 29-year-old teacher, says "It's very surreal to stand next to him and know that on the inside our immune systems match."
    If Erin Blonshine ever wondered if her perfect match was out there, now she knows. His name: Johannes Saur. Blonshine, a 29-year-old teacher, says "It's very surreal to stand next to him and know that on the inside our immune systems match."
  • Report: CDC scientist kept quiet about flu blunder

    Report: CDC scientist kept quiet about flu blunder

    An investigation into a potentially dangerous blunder at a government lab found that a scientist kept silent about the accident and revealed it only after other employees noticed something fishy.
    An investigation into a potentially dangerous blunder at a government lab found that a scientist kept silent about the accident and revealed it only after other employees noticed something fishy.
  • Can you convert a bully?

    Can you convert a bully?

    Thursday, August 14 2014 4:24 PM EDT2014-08-14 20:24:59 GMT
    As a child abuse prevention specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Amber McKeen knows bullying.
    As a child abuse prevention specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Amber McKeen knows bullying.
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