• Autism Patients Might Benefit from Drug Therapy
    New Study Suggests Autism On the Rise

    One in 68 kids has autism, according to new study that suggests the developmental disorder is on the rise. More »New Study Suggests Autism On the Rise

    Autism Patients Might Benefit from Drug Therapy

    One in 68 kids has autism, according to new study that suggests the developmental disorder is on the rise.

  • Oil-Pulling: Can Swishing Oil in Your Mouth Improve Your Health?
    Can Swishing Oil in Your Mouth Improve Your Health?

    ABC News’ Becky Worley reports: I started noticing lots of Facebook posts about something that sounded so weird it couldn’t be real: gargling with oil! And not just a quick  ”swish swish spit.” Twenty minutes of gargling. … More »Can Swishing Oil in Your Mouth Improve Your Health?

    Oil-Pulling: Can Swishing Oil in Your Mouth Improve Your Health?

    ABC News’ Becky Worley reports: I started noticing lots of Facebook posts about something that sounded so weird it couldn’t be real: gargling with oil! And not just a quick  ”swish swish spit.” Twenty minutes of gargling. It’s called oil-pulling, which alludes to the supposed...

  • Gym Intervention Saved Anorexic 79-Pound Woman
    'Angels' Stage Gym Intervention to Save 79-Pound Girl

    Strangers at the YMCA gym organized the intervention and approached her in the parking lot More »'Angels' Stage Gym Intervention to Save 79-Pound Girl

    Gym Intervention Saved Anorexic 79-Pound Woman

    Strangers at the YMCA gym organized the intervention and approached her in the parking lot

  • Doctor Says 20-Second Workout Can Make You Slimmer and Healthier
    Doctor Says 20-Second Workout Can Make You Slimmer

    For many of us, exercising can be a chore, but what if your workout could be over in just 20 seconds? Dr. Michael Mosley believes that three 20-second bursts of high-intensity training, three times per week, can make people skinnier and healthier. He … More »Doctor Says 20-Second Workout Can Make You Slimmer

    Doctor Says 20-Second Workout Can Make You Slimmer and Healthier

    For many of us, exercising can be a chore, but what if your workout could be over in just 20 seconds? Dr. Michael Mosley believes that three 20-second bursts of high-intensity training, three times per week, can make people skinnier and healthier. He calls the...

  • How to Beat Surprising Sources of Sugar
    How to Beat Surprising Sources of Sugar

    Here are three ways you can Eat to Beat Sugar at your favorite chain restaurants. More »How to Beat Surprising Sources of Sugar

    How to Beat Surprising Sources of Sugar

    Here are three ways you can Eat to Beat Sugar at your favorite chain restaurants.

  • Dad Takes to Streets to Find Kidney Donor
    Dad Takes to Streets to Find Kidney Donor

    One man is taking to the streets in hopes of finding a new kidney. “People are panhandling for money and he’s panhandling for a kidney,” Dawn-Marie Gray, 41, of Newberg, Ore., told GoodMorningAmerica.com of her husband’s creative … More »Dad Takes to Streets to Find Kidney Donor

    Dad Takes to Streets to Find Kidney Donor

    One man is taking to the streets in hopes of finding a new kidney. “People are panhandling for money and he’s panhandling for a kidney,” Dawn-Marie Gray, 41, of Newberg, Ore., told GoodMorningAmerica.com of her husband’s creative ploy to find a live kidney donor. As...

  • Cross-Country Campaign to 'Stand Up To Cancer'
    'Baton Pass' to 'Stand Up To Cancer'

    A relay race unlike any other that will benefit cancer patients, cancer survivors and future cancer survivors everywhere kicked off today in the heart of New York City — the Times Square studio of “Good Morning America.” ABC News’ … More »'Baton Pass' to 'Stand Up To Cancer'

    Cross-Country Campaign to 'Stand Up To Cancer'

    A relay race unlike any other that will benefit cancer patients, cancer survivors and future cancer survivors everywhere kicked off today in the heart of New York City — the Times Square studio of “Good Morning America.” ABC News’ own Robin Roberts, a cancer survivor,...

  • Why Models Share Food Cravings, Recipes, on Social Media
    Supermodel Foods: Models Share Cravings

    The hottest fashion trend isn’t on the runway. It’s being dished out on social media, with models sharing their food cravings and concoctions with millions of followers. Victoria’s Secret top model Doutzen Kroes has posted photos of … More »Supermodel Foods: Models Share Cravings

    Why Models Share Food Cravings, Recipes, on Social Media

    The hottest fashion trend isn’t on the runway. It’s being dished out on social media, with models sharing their food cravings and concoctions with millions of followers. Victoria’s Secret top model Doutzen Kroes has posted photos of her veggie-packed dinners on Instagram. And fellow Angel...

  • Lose Weight by Ballooning Up With New Pill
    Lose Weight by Ballooning Up With New Pill

    The Obalon Inflates Inside the Stomach to Aid Weight Loss

  • Instagram Star Reveals Exercise Secrets
    Instagram Star Reveals Exercise Secrets

    Jen Selter is the self-made social media sensation of the fitness world. With more than 2.6 million followers on Instagram, more than 653,000 likes on Facebook, and 360,000 followers on Twitter, the 20-year-old is becoming an Internet phenomenon for the … More »Instagram Star Reveals Exercise Secrets

    Instagram Star Reveals Exercise Secrets

    Jen Selter is the self-made social media sensation of the fitness world. With more than 2.6 million followers on Instagram, more than 653,000 likes on Facebook, and 360,000 followers on Twitter, the 20-year-old is becoming an Internet phenomenon for the fitness poses that highlight her...

  • Teen Wakes From Coma When Family Sings Hymns
    Teen Wakes From Coma When Family Sings Hymns

    A college student who reportedly went into a coma after being struck by a car last week woke up after her family and friends started singing hymns by her hospital bedside, and her mom is calling it “an amazing miracle.” Lexi Hansen, 18, a … More »Teen Wakes From Coma When Family Sings Hymns

    Teen Wakes From Coma When Family Sings Hymns

    A college student who reportedly went into a coma after being struck by a car last week woke up after her family and friends started singing hymns by her hospital bedside, and her mom is calling it “an amazing miracle.” Lexi Hansen, 18, a freshman...

  • Woman Who Lost 393 Pounds Wants to Inspire Others
    Woman Who Lost 393 Pounds Wants to Inspire Others

    ABC News’ Jen Pereira reports: Val McLeod has been fighting a war on weight for her entire life. At her heaviest, the 54-year-old Atlanta woman said she weighed about 620 pounds. Some days McLeod would eat more than 30,000 calories – including … More »Woman Who Lost 393 Pounds Wants to Inspire Others

    Woman Who Lost 393 Pounds Wants to Inspire Others

    ABC News’ Jen Pereira reports: Val McLeod has been fighting a war on weight for her entire life. At her heaviest, the 54-year-old Atlanta woman said she weighed about 620 pounds. Some days McLeod would eat more than 30,000 calories – including fried chicken, cookies,...

  • New Report Questions Quality of Care at Drug Store Clinics
    Are Drug Store Clinics 'Inappropriate' for Kids?

    ABC News’ Aditi Roy, Felicia Patinkin and Rhana Nhatour report: Sheri Swiontek has three children, two jobs and a very busy life. So when her kids get sick, she often takes them to the clinic at her neighborhood drug store. “When I am jammed … More »Are Drug Store Clinics 'Inappropriate' for Kids?

    New Report Questions Quality of Care at Drug Store Clinics

    ABC News’ Aditi Roy, Felicia Patinkin and Rhana Nhatour report: Sheri Swiontek has three children, two jobs and a very busy life. So when her kids get sick, she often takes them to the clinic at her neighborhood drug store. “When I am jammed with...

  • Boy Author Raises $750K For Sick Friend
    Boy Author Raises $750K For Sick Friend

    Every morning at 3 a.m. Lora Pournazarian is awake to feed her 8-year-old son Jonah a mixture of corn starch and water through a tube in his stomach. If she doesn’t, Jonah could die because he has a rare form of glycogen storage disease, a... More »Boy Author Raises $750K For Sick Friend

    Boy Author Raises $750K For Sick Friend

    Every morning at 3 a.m. Lora Pournazarian is awake to feed her 8-year-old son Jonah a mixture of corn starch and water through a tube in his stomach. If she doesn’t, Jonah could die because he has a rare form of glycogen storage disease, a...

  • 'It's Surreal,' Says Utah Woman Who Lost 100 Pounds in One Year
    'It's Surreal,' Says Woman Who Lost 100 Pounds

      Diana Smith has struggled all her life with her weight. Like so many other Americans, the Springville, Utah, woman would work at it, lose some weight, and then gain it all back again. Everything changed when her younger brother came home from spending … More »'It's Surreal,' Says Woman Who Lost 100 Pounds

    'It's Surreal,' Says Utah Woman Who Lost 100 Pounds in One Year

      Diana Smith has struggled all her life with her weight. Like so many other Americans, the Springville, Utah, woman would work at it, lose some weight, and then gain it all back again. Everything changed when her younger brother came home from spending a...

  • FDA to Change Food Labels, Serving Sizes
    Nutrition Labels to Get a Facelift

    For the first time in more than two decades, the White House and the Food and Drug Administration are unveiling major changes to the iconic and outdated nutrition facts label found on most food packages. The new label is being announced later this morning … More »Nutrition Labels to Get a Facelift

    FDA to Change Food Labels, Serving Sizes

    For the first time in more than two decades, the White House and the Food and Drug Administration are unveiling major changes to the iconic and outdated nutrition facts label found on most food packages. The new label is being announced later this morning by...

  • 'Short Sleepers' Rarin' to Go After Less Than 6 Hours of Rest
    Meet the People Who Sleep 4 Hours a Night

    ABC News’ Mara Schiavocampo, Sarah Netter and Mark Abdelmalek report: Like many Americans, Jenn Schwaner is busy: She works as a court reporter, cooks for her daughter’s softball team and fosters babies for the state of Florida. But unlike most, she does … More »Meet the People Who Sleep 4 Hours a Night

    'Short Sleepers' Rarin' to Go After Less Than 6 Hours of Rest

    ABC News’ Mara Schiavocampo, Sarah Netter and Mark Abdelmalek report: Like many Americans, Jenn Schwaner is busy: She works as a court reporter, cooks for her daughter’s softball team and fosters babies for the state of Florida. But unlike most, she does all of this...

  • Jen Arnold Speaks Out After Health Scare
    'Little Couple' Star on Her Battle With Cancer

    ABC News’ Abbie Boudreau reports: Reality TV star Dr. Jen Arnold says she is ready for “life to be boring” after battling a life-threatening battle with a rare form of cancer. “I don’t want any of this crazy excitement,” … More »'Little Couple' Star on Her Battle With Cancer

    Jen Arnold Speaks Out After Health Scare

    ABC News’ Abbie Boudreau reports: Reality TV star Dr. Jen Arnold says she is ready for “life to be boring” after battling a life-threatening battle with a rare form of cancer. “I don’t want any of this crazy excitement,” Arnold, the star of TLC’s “The...

  • Could a Headache Cure Cause ADHD?
    Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Tied to ADHD

    Taking the over-the-counter pain reliever acetaminophen — the active ingredient in Tylenol — during pregnancy may increase a child’s risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, a new Danish study found. The findings, p … More »Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Tied to ADHD

    Could a Headache Cure Cause ADHD?

    Taking the over-the-counter pain reliever acetaminophen — the active ingredient in Tylenol — during pregnancy may increase a child’s risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, a new Danish study found. The findings, published...

  • New Mammogram Study Revives Old Debate
    New Mammogram Study Revives Old Debate

    When should women start getting routine mammograms: In their 40s, 50s or 60s? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. A new study of nearly 90,000 women suggests the screening test has little impact on breast cancer death rates among women … More »New Mammogram Study Revives Old Debate

    New Mammogram Study Revives Old Debate

    When should women start getting routine mammograms: In their 40s, 50s or 60s? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. A new study of nearly 90,000 women suggests the screening test has little impact on breast cancer death rates among women between the ages of 40...

  • Brain Dead and Pregnant: Why One Baby Was Born and One Wasn't
    Brain Dead and Pregnant: Why One Baby Was Born and One Wasn't

    With two stories gaining national attention this winter about brain-dead, pregnant women and their unborn children, it’s difficult to think of one without the other. In Canada, Robyn Benson was kept on life support for more than a month to save her unborn … More »Brain Dead and Pregnant: Why One Baby Was Born and One Wasn't

    Brain Dead and Pregnant: Why One Baby Was Born and One Wasn't

    With two stories gaining national attention this winter about brain-dead, pregnant women and their unborn children, it’s difficult to think of one without the other. In Canada, Robyn Benson was kept on life support for more than a month to save her unborn baby. More...

  • Subway Takes Chemical Out of Sandwich Bread After Protest
    Subway Takes Chemical Out of Sandwich Bread After Protest

    FDA-Approved Ingredient Used in Yoga Mats, Shoe Soles