NBC News — Ebola outbreak in Congo is over. But the danger isn’t

The Democratic Republic of the Congo declared its outbreak of Ebola over on Wednesday, but the danger isn’t gone. Research shows that in some cases, Ebola survivors can infect people months later.

CNN — Climate change study ties warming temperatures to rising suicide risk

Scientists have cautioned that soaring climate temperatures around the globe could put our physical health at risk, such as with the spread of certain infectious diseases or food shortages. Now, a new study sheds light on the possible mental health implications of climate change.

The New York Times — How to minimize pancreatic cancer risk

Obesity, Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, all of which have risen to epidemic levels in recent years, are linked to pancreatic cancer.

New York Post — Women are going bankrupt to treat breast cancer

Treatment for early-stage breast cancer is more effective and precise than ever — if you can afford it. Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center have found that 38 percent of breast cancer patients are worried about finances — and they feel doctors are not helping.

The New York Times — When we eat, or don’t eat, may be critical for health

A growing body of research suggests that our bodies function optimally when we align our eating patterns with our circadian rhythms. Studies show that chronically disrupting this rhythm — by eating late meals or nibbling on midnight snacks, for example — could be a recipe for weight gain and metabolic trouble.