September 2014 Headlines
President Barack Obama is planning to dramatically strengthen U.S. efforts to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Dr. Rick Sacra is recovering well at a hospital in Nebraska. The SIM missionary received two blood transfusions from Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the first two American survivors of Ebola.
The Ebola epidemic has already killed more than 2,000 people in West Africa, making it the biggest outbreak ever -- and the World Health Organization warns it's only the beginning.
The third American Christian aid worker to contract the Ebola virus has been identified as Dr. Rick Sacra.
A powerful solar flare is heading toward the Earth and it could potentially disturb power grids, satellites, and radio transmissions.
Apple unveiled its new iPhone products Tuesday, which hits the market Sept. 19.
It's been said that "sitting is the new smoking" because too much sitting can lead to serious health problems.
Doctors are concerned a mystery virus that's sickened more than 1,000 children could become a nationwide outbreak.
A gigantic asteroid just barely missed Earth over the weekend. The massive chunk of rock nicknamed "pitbull" measured 60 feet, roughly the same size as a small house.
The Nebraska Medical Center says Dr. Rick Sacra, the third American missionary infected with Ebola, is showing signs of improvement, though it's too soon to say if he will recover completely.
The wife of Rick Sacra, the SIM missionary doctor who contracted the deadly Ebola virus while serving in Liberia, says her husband's condition has "slightly improved."
One day after arriving in the U.S., Dr. Rick Sacra, the third American missionary to be infected with the Ebola virus, is sick but in stable condition.
The battle against the Ebola epidemic that's stricken four West African countries is "spiraling out of control," the director for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention warned Tuesday.
It's possible to train your brain so that it not only likes, but craves healthy food, according to a new study published in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes.