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Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donors, doctors say
Mon, 21 Aug 2017 00:50:52 GMT


Families take a risky road trip to save their health care
Wed, 12 Jul 2017 19:12:30 GMT
Angéla Lorio and Jessica Michot turned their faces toward the summer sky. They stood side-by-side on the front steps of the Republican National Committee (RNC) building in Washington on Monday and took deep breaths.


After fighting for her daughter's life, mom fears GOP health care bill
Tue, 27 Jun 2017 15:35:34 GMT
She's a 35-pound bundle of blonde cuteness with hard-working parents.


These states are best, worst for raising children
Wed, 14 Jun 2017 07:17:27 GMT
New Hampshire is the best state in which to raise a child, while Mississippi is the worst, according to a report published Tuesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.


When a mom makes her child sick
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 11:32:20 GMT
"I never saw it coming," said Susan, whose family requested that we not use their last names.


Caregiver convicted of rape in nursing home
Sun, 20 Aug 2017 17:30:56 GMT
At first, no one believed them when they said the charming, well-liked aide in the nursing home where they lived had raped them. Now he's going to prison.


Why whiskey tastes better with a little water
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 14:53:20 GMT
If anyone has suggested adding a little water to your whiskey, you may want to give it a try. Rather than watering it down, the addition may act as a flavor enhancement, and we now know the science behind it, thanks to a new study.


Is coconut oil healthy?
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 10:50:43 GMT
According to a recent survey, 72% of Americans think coconut oil is a healthy food.


Why teen pregnancy prevention funding is going away
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 12:58:21 GMT
The Trump administration is cutting current teen pregnancy prevention programs, due to "poor evaluation results." Yet many researchers, program directors, youth advocates, and city health officials argue otherwise.


Can you really go blind staring at an eclipse? Tips for safe viewing
Mon, 21 Aug 2017 02:05:08 GMT
No matter what your plans are for the total solar eclipse on August 21, do not look directly at the sun without your ISO-standard eclipse glasses on -- unless the sun is being completely blocked by the moon.


Classic racing returns to most cycle-loving state in America
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 15:27:54 GMT
When is a race more than a race? When it's an event.


White nationalists see a new enemy in pursuit of 'racial purity': Science
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 20:12:42 GMT
A recent study found that white nationalists use genetic tests to prove their "whiteness," but when they get unfavored results, they find ways to reinterpret or dismiss the science completely.


Using emoticons in work emails make you look incompetent
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 15:58:26 GMT
Pro tip: Keep the smiley faces out of your work emails, or else the person receiving the message may think you're incompetent.


Are probiotics safe?
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 21:09:04 GMT
How exactly has our understanding of probiotics changed over time? Here's a look at probiotics' steady rise in popularity, from Europe to America, and where health experts now stand on their benefits.


Ten-year-old rape victim gives birth in India
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 05:22:16 GMT
A ten-year old rape victim who was denied an abortion has given birth in northern India.


Alternative cancer therapies double risk of death
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 08:08:40 GMT
Patients who chose alternative therapies to treat a common, curable cancer instead of opting for the recommended medical treatment double their risk of death, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.


Father, son 9/11 first responders die of cancer months apart
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 23:24:04 GMT
In 2001, Robert Alexander and his father Raymond were 9/11 first responders. Now, the men have died less than a year apart from cancer related to ground zero, their family says.


Family farm is heaven on earth for dying dogs
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 18:17:45 GMT
Michele Allen has had many dogs over the years. But a 13-pound shelter dog with heart problems and bad teeth changed her life forever.


Asthma, on rise in older adults, tends to be ignored
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 17:19:31 GMT
In early June, Donna Bilgore Robins stood on a patio in Beaver Creek, Colo., under a crystal-clear blue sky and tried to catch her breath.


Awkward! The tough transition to middle school
Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:05:36 GMT
There is a reason why when people post pictures of themselves during their middle school years on Facebook for "Throwback Thursday," we all stop and take notice.


Teen overdose death rate climbed 19% in one year
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 08:49:11 GMT
The rate of teen drug overdose deaths climbed 19% from 2014 to 2015, from 3.1 deaths per 100,000 teens to 3.7 per 100,000, according to data released this week. The new numbers involve teens ages 15 to 19 and were released by the National Center for Health Statistics.


How can we tell how fat we are?
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 21:14:43 GMT
When Kate Townsend took her kids for their back-to-school health checkups last month, she got a surprise.


Charlottesville, hate crimes are public health issue, experts say
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 22:57:22 GMT
The American College of Physicians has released a new policy statement calling hate crimes "a public health issue." Doctors and public health leaders weigh in on how and why racism and hate crimes can hurt public health.


Australian bodybuilder with rare disorder dies after high-protein diet
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 03:05:10 GMT
Meegan Hefford, a 25-year-old bodybuilder, was found unconscious on June 19 in her Mandurah, Western Australia, apartment, according to CNN affiliate Australia News 7. Days later, Hefford was pronounced dead. Only after her death did her family learn that Hefford, the mother of a 7-year-old daughter and a 5-year-old son, had a rare genetic disorder that prevented her body from properly metabolizing her high-protein diet.


Why astronauts are using 3-D printers in space
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 09:14:53 GMT
Astronauts have always had to pack light. Luckily, when they've visited the moon or lived on the International Space Station, Earth is literally in sight. And if they had a medical issue or injury, home wouldn't be far away.


Paralyzed man making brain-computer tech a reality
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 08:22:52 GMT
Ten years after an accident left him paralyzed, Tom Nabarro is using multiple forms of technology to live the live he wants. He hopes brain-computer interfaces could take him even further.


'Fat but fit' still has higher risk of heart disease
Mon, 14 Aug 2017 23:41:01 GMT
The idea that you can be overweight or obese yet healthy -- if factors such as your blood sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol levels are normal -- is a myth, according to a new study, and messaging around this should be changed.


Worried relatives try to remove children from hospital where 68 died
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 04:58:32 GMT
Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his Independence Day speech Tuesday with a call for the country to stand shoulder to shoulder with people of the city of Gorakhpur as they mourn the deaths of 68 children in a state-run hospital.


Charlie Gard's parents set up foundation with $1.7 million in donations
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 21:42:40 GMT
Over the past six months, $1.7 million in donations has poured into the treatment fund for Charlie Gard, a British baby whose life was the subject of a legal tug of war in British courts before his death in July.


Talking to children when hate makes headlines
Mon, 14 Aug 2017 21:39:12 GMT
A car driven by a man believed to have ties to white supremacists plows into a group protesting hate, killing one woman and injuring many others. One shooter massacres dozens in a gay nightclub; another kills African-Americans during a church Bible study; a third enters a Sikh temple, leaving members dead. Bomb threats pour into Jewish community centers across the nation, prompting evacuations, and an actual bomb explodes at a mosque.