NBC News HIV Epidemic Started in New York in 1970, Study Shows 2016-10-26T20:22:00.000000Z The HIV virus first landed in New York in the 1970s and spread to the world from there, a new genetic study shows. And it clears "Patient 0". More Evidence 'Peanut Patch' Can Help Kids with Allergies 2016-10-26T20:10:00.000000Z There's more evidence that a wearable patch may help kids with peanut allergies, researchers said Wednesday. How $9 Billion Blood-Testing Startup Theranos Blew Up 2016-10-26T16:45:00.000000Z It's one thing to 'break all the rules' and reinvent artisanal laundry delivery. It's another when you're handling people's blood. Parent-Led Treatment Helps Kids With Autism 2016-10-26T03:03:00.000000Z A simple treatment that helps parents interact better with very young children with autism pays off years later, British researchers reported Tuesday. FDA Steps Up Warnings for Testosterone 2016-10-25T21:19:56.000000Z Testosterone and other steroids can not only cause heart attacks, but people can easily abuse them, the FDA says. What Does A Rise in Obamacare Premiums Mean? 2016-10-25T18:40:00.000000Z Delighted Republicans celebrated news that Obamacare premiums are going up by more than 20 percent on average. But the price hikes affect only a few. Parents of Fallen Athletes Push to End Cardiac Deaths 2016-10-25T12:56:00.000000Z Their goal is a defibrillator on every athletic field. Guns on Campuses Won't Make Them Safer: Study 2016-10-25T06:32:00.000000Z A new report by researchers at Johns Hopkins University argues that the data behind the campus-carry movement is flawed. Pregnant Miami Mom Had Zika. Now She Waits 2016-10-24T22:20:00.000000Z Zika rarely makes adults seriously ill, but it can get into the brains and bodies of developing fetuses and cause catastrophic damage. Nurse Who Caught Ebola Settles With Hospital 2016-10-24T19:59:00.000000Z Nina Pham, one of two nurses who caught Ebola while treating a patient at a Dallas hospital, has settled her lawsuit against the hospital.