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FILE - In this undated image provided by Merck, a model holds a Nexplanon birth control hormonal implant. In results published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, giving teens free birth control encourages them to use long-acting methods and greatly cuts the chances they will become pregnant or have an abortion. Doctors say the results show that when money is not a factor, teens will chose IUDs and hormone implants over less reliable methods such as birth control pills or condoms. (AP Photo/Merck)

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FILE - In this undated image provided by Merck, a model holds a Nexplanon birth control hormonal implant. In results published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, giving teens free birth control encourages them to use long-acting methods and greatly cuts the chances they will become pregnant or have an abortion. Doctors say the results show that when money is not a factor, teens will chose IUDs and hormone implants over less reliable methods such as birth control pills or condoms. (AP Photo/Merck)

Canada prepping for potential Ebola cases but still sees risk as low: Ambrose

TORONTO - Canada is considering placing doses of an experimental Ebola vaccine in hospitals around the country that have been designated to treat Ebola cases if any arrive in the country, the new chief public health officer said Wednesday.

Dr. Gregory Taylor said having vaccine at the ready means it could ...

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