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Woman Praises 911 Dispatcher

Woman Praises 911 Dispatcher

A California woman shed tears of gratitude Saturday upon meeting in person the 911 dispatcher who'd helped save her husband's life. On Jan. 21, Carolyn Evans called 911. Her husband, 65-year-old Jeff Evans, had...Photo [Read entire story]

Kids Are Trying Potentially Harmful E-Cigarette Hack

Kids Are Trying Potentially Harmful E-Cigarette Hack

As many as a quarter of U.S. kids who are using e-cigarettes may be taking them apart and "dripping" — a method that gives them more vapor but a potentially higher hit of nicotine, researchers reported...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Laundry Pod-Linked Eye Injuries Surged in Small Kids: Study

Laundry Pod-Linked Eye Injuries Surged in Small Kids: Study

Liquid laundry packets are responsible for a surge in eye injuries in young children, according to new medical research. The pods are already under scrutiny after thousands of incidents of kids mistaking...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Tackle Food Safety: Keep Your Food Safe on Game Day

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a list of food safety tips for Super Bowl party hosts. [Read entire story]

Tackle Food Safety: Keep Your Food Safe on Game Day

Tackle Food Safety: Keep Your Food Safe on Game Day

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a list of food safety tips for Super Bowl party hosts. [Read entire story]

Science Could Soon Develop Eggs, Sperm From Skin Cells

Science Could Soon Develop Eggs, Sperm From Skin Cells

The world is on the brink of another revolution thanks to an emerging technology called in vitro gametogenesis, or IVG, which would allow doctors to develop eggs and sperm from a surprising source: skin...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

House Passes Abortion Funding Ban Days After Women’s March

House Passes Abortion Funding Ban Days After Women's March

Days after millions of women marched nationwide to bring attention to women’s issues, the Trump administration and Congress have responded with actions against women's reproductive rights.On Tuesday afternoon,...Photo [Read entire story]

Police in Glendale, Calif., Give Dementia Patients Trackers

Police in Glendale, Calif., Give Dementia Patients Trackers

Police in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale are hoping to reduce the time it takes to find missing people diagnosed with dementia by providing patients with tracking devices.The Glendale Police Department has...Photo [Read entire story]

WHO on ‘High-Alert’ Over New Outbreaks of Bird Flu

WHO on 'High-Alert' Over New Outbreaks of Bird Flu

The World Health Organization is urging all countries to monitor avian influenza and to report any human cases that could indicate the beginning of a flu pandemic, Reuters reported.Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

Fighting Winter Allergies

Fighting Winter Allergies

Many people believe that as the spring and fall seasons wrap up, so do their allergies, but that's not always the case once winter rolls around. [Read entire story]

Mom, Toddler Daughter Fight Cancer at the Same Time

Mom, Toddler Daughter Fight Cancer at the Same Time

Heather Wilson received some bad news just five days before Christmas.The 31-year-old mother of three, who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor six months earlier, learned that her 14-month-old...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Caffeine May Help Fight Cardiovascular Disease: Study

Caffeine May Help Fight Cardiovascular Disease: Study

Scientists used blood samples and studies medical and family history for people in their study. In this research, a connection was found between that inflammatory process and caffeine consumption.Photo Credit: Getty [Read entire story]

18M Will Lose Health Insurance With ACA Repeal: Analysis

About 18 million people would lose or drop their health insurance in the first year after Obamacare is repealed, the Congressional Budget Office reported Tuesday.The nonpartisan federal agency also found that...Photo [Read entire story]

The Pros and Cons of Marijuana Use

The Pros and Cons of Marijuana Use

Marijuana use may help with chronic pain and nausea, but a new study says there are also negative consequences for young children and those at risk for certain mental illnesses. [Read entire story]

Ziploc Freezer Bags Help Premature Babies Stay Warm: Study

Ziploc Freezer Bags Help Premature Babies Stay Warm: Study

Nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Texas Health Fort Worth developed a program to keep fragile babies warmer. It has led to a decrease of very low birth weight babies being admitted to the NICU...Photo [Read entire story]

Ziploc Freezer Bags Help Premature Babies Stay Warm: Study

Nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Texas Health Fort Worth developed a program to keep fragile babies warmer. It has led to a decrease of very low birth weight babies being admitted to the NICU...Photo [Read entire story]

Ziploc Freezer Bags Help Premature Babies Stay Warm: Study

Nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Texas Health Fort Worth developed a program to keep fragile babies warmer. It has led to a decrease of very low birth weight babies being admitted to the NICU...Photo [Read entire story]

Trump Asks Vaccination Skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to Lead Vaccination Safety Commission

Trump Asks Vaccination Skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to Lead Vaccination Safety Commission

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a vocal vaccination skeptic, said Tuesday that President-elect Donald Trump has asked him to "chair a commission on vaccination safety and scientific integrity" and that he has accepted.Photo [Read entire story]

Holiday Sweets Recall

Holiday Sweets Recall

Hostess Brands and Palmer Candy Company have recalled holiday-themed sweets over concern the desserts may be contaminated with the harmful Salmonella bacteria. Hostess Brands recalled its Holiday White...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Flu Season Hits Hard Nationwide

Flu Season Hits Hard Nationwide

Twelve states are reporting widespread flu activity as the United States slide into flu season at the start of the year. The Centers for Disease Control say flue activity is higher this season compared to... [Read entire story]