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FILE- This Sept. 30, 2014 file photo shows Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas where Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., received care. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital that treated the first person diagnosed in the U.S. with Ebola was not adequately prepared for a patient with the deadly virus and stumbled because of communication failures, an independent review released Friday, Sept. 4, 2015  found.(AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

Review cites problems at Texas hospital during Ebola crisis

- Associated Press

The Texas hospital that treated the first person diagnosed in the U.S. with Ebola was not adequately prepared for a patient with the deadly virus and stumbled because of communication failures, an independent review released Friday found.

In this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 photo, drug rehab residents, Kevin Lim, left, 18, and Anny Hong, 32, share an electronic cigarette in the parking lot of Nanoom Christian Fellowship in Los Angeles. Nanoom is a church that doubles as a drug rehab for Korean Americans. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Near LA's Koreatown, pastor tries to lift veil on drug abuse

- Associated Press

In a blue-and-white church on the outskirts of Los Angeles' Koreatown, pastor Young Ho Han is trying to lift the veil on a problem silently afflicting his community: drug abuse among young Korean-Americans.

Rabid bat bites man in Creswell

Associated Press

Health officials say a bat that bit a man this week in Creswell has tested positive for rabies.

FILE - In this Aug. 10, 2011, file photo, biohazard suits hang in a Biosafety Level 4 laboratory at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Md. Army Secretary John McHugh on Spet. 3, 2015, has suspended operations at four Defense Department laboratories, including at USAMRIID, that handle biological toxins, as the military scrambles to explain and correct problems that led to the accidental shipment of live anthrax to dozens of other labs around the country and the world. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Army suspends operations at labs due to anthrax probe

- Associated Press

Army Secretary John McHugh has suspended operations at four Defense Department laboratories that handle biological toxins, as the military scrambles to explain and correct problems that led to the accidental shipment of live anthrax to dozens of other labs around the country and the world.

BYU health plan doesn't meet US contraception, cost rules

- Associated Press

Some students at Brigham Young University could face hundreds of dollars in fines if they stay on the school's student health plan, which doesn't comply with federal law in part because it doesn't cover birth control.