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(CNN) – Of the nearly 50 people in Dallas being monitored for Ebola. none shows any signs of the disease according to CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden.
The United States medical community is racing to contain Ebola after the CDC confirmed the first diagnosis ever made on U.S. soil on September 30. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Elizabeth Cohen report.
(CNN) – Acetaminophen is supposed to be the safe option; most widely known as Tylenol, the drug is routinely prescribed by doctors for pregnant women in pain.
But a new large study out of Denmark calls this long-standing practice into question, finding that women using the common pain reliever during pregnancy are more likely to have children who go on to have ADHD.
(CNN) - Back from her trip on the "Explorer of the Seas," frequent cruise passenger Theresa Swierkowski says the illness on board the ill-fated Royal Caribbean cruise ship was "an act of God."
CNN's senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reports.
For 15 years, Viagra has been a champion for its creator Pfizer; the little blue earned $2 billion dollars last year.
That got a rise out of the competition, and now there is a whole sub genre of Viagra copycat drugs.
It's been so successful, the movie "Love and Other Drugs" immortalized the Viagra salesman.
"Men without a useful erection for years. Boing! Minimum side effects. Long-term safety. This isn't a pill. This is a revolution," said the movie's character Jamie Randall, portrayed by actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
So if sex drugs for men are so profitable, why isn't anyone selling them to women? Women did try Viagra, by the thousands in clinical trials in the early 2000s, and it bombed. But that didn't stop other pharmaceutical companies from chasing chemical romance.