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When Kate had a cold and the flu her senior year of college, she had a blocked feeling in her ears and could hear her own voice loudly inside her head. The voice hasn’t gone away. Hear her story.
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After the dog of a nurse who had Ebola was euthanized for fear the dog was infected with the virus, “The Doctors” asks: Is it possible for humans to spread diseases to our pets?