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New case of Zika virus confirmed in Alaska


Could marijuana help solve the opioid problem?


Health Report: Roll your pain away


Universal flu vaccine may be in future


Health Watch: Consequences of thumb sucking


New treatments emerging for Alzheimers sufferers


Headphones can affect a child's hearing


Health Report: Tips for healthier eating


Coffee shops and ATMs named prime spots for defibrillators


Good news about cholesterol lowering drugs


Why are we feeling more frazzled?


Can certain foods help psoriasis symptoms?


Health Report: Can changing weather cause sickness?


Daylight Saving Time: more harm than good?


Anchorage medical marijuana doctor's office to make Fairbanks house call


Pneumonia cases on the rise


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Pope's Timely Egypt Visit Comforts Grief-Stricken Christians

Pope Francis wrapped up a brief but deeply symbolic visit to Egypt on Saturday with an open-air Mass for the country's tiny Catholic community.

25 Years Since Riots, Ghosts of Old L.A. Linger

South Los Angeles is the site of one of the most destructive civil disturbances in modern U.S. history, an emblem of the country's racial divide, and a place where generations of immigrants have pursued the American dream. Now, after decades of despair, it stands at a new crossroads. In a special report, NBC News explores what has changed since 1992, when a jury decided not to convict four L.A. cops who assaulted Rodney King, setting off a firestorm of violence.

Fitbit Murder Case: Husband Pleads Not Guilty in Wife's Death

Data from the workout tracker poked holes in the suspect's story, documents show.

Trump Names Anti-Abortion Leader to High Post at HHS

The White House says President Donald Trump is appointing the former president of a leading anti-abortion organization to a senior position at HHS.

Top Afghan Taliban Official Killed, ISIS Claims Responsibility

Maulvi Mohammad Daud was reportedly travelling in a car in the city's suburbs when he was gunned down by attackers.