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(NEW YORK) -- When Brandon Jenner, Bruce Jenner’s son, learned his dad is transgender, his “biggest question,” he tells ABC News, was who his father might want to be in a relationship with in the future. “I feel like in life we’re all looking for love and so many things are done in the world just to try to gain love, y...
Posted 2015-04-24 16:05:05
(NEW YORK) -– The number of heroin users has continued to increase over the past 10 years.From 2002 to 2013, the number of heroin users has increased from 404,000 to 681,000, while the number of users undergoing treatment has increased from 277,000 to 526,000, according to a survey released Thursday by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Se...
(NEW YORK) -- After a botulism outbreak following a church potluck in Ohio left a woman dead and sickened up to 28 others, health officials say canned food could be to blame. Officials are looking into canned fruits and vegetables as well as pasta and potatoes salads and other menu items, according to Ohio Department of Health spokeswoman Shannon L...
(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Health officials said on Friday that a HIV epidemic in rural Indiana among injection drug users is still not under control, prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a nationwide alert.Indiana Governor Mike Pence announced that he is extending a state of emergency to battle the epidemic, as officials say mo...
(NEW YORK) -- Over half of the foods in advertising directed at children were ineligible for advertising if they followed government standards, the CDC says in a new report. The CDC looked at a list of over 400 foods approved by the industry regulated Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative and compared them against the government...
(NEW YORK) -- After a listeria outbreak that shut down Blue Bell Ice Cream operations and left three consumers dead, the company has announced a reboot.Starting April 27, Blue Bell will "embark on an intensive cleaning program," the company said, and retrain employees at all four of its ice cream plants for the next week or so. The reboot will invo...
(CAIRO) -- You may want to keep this info handy, depending on your plans this weekend: An ancient Egyptian hangover cure has just been discovered.Five hundred thousand papyrus texts from Oxyrhynchus, Egypt, dating back to the second century AD (1,900 years ago) were dug up by Bernard Grenfell and Arthur Hunt from 1896 to 1907, and experts have been...
(NEW YORK) -- Even when doctors told Anna Moser her pregnant daughter would never wake up from her coma, she knew it wasn't true.Sharista Giles, of Sweetwater, Tennessee, was four months pregnant when a car accident landed her in a coma in December. She woke up earlier this month to learn she'd had the baby, whom they'd called "baby L" as a placeho...
(NEW YORK) — How I Met Your Mother star Cobie Smulders reveals in a new interview that she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer during the show's third season, when she was 25 years old.In the May edition of Women's Health magazine, the actress, now 33, reveals, "I had tumors on both ovaries, and the cancer had spread into my lymph nodes and sur...
(KENT, Ohio) — Still trying to figure out what to do with all those CDs and DVDs that have collected in your living room and den?If you’re so inclined, pack them up and ship them off to Mietek Jaroniec, a chemist at Kent State University, who together with fellow U.S. and Polish researchers has come up with a way to fight climate change...
Posted 2015-04-24 05:30:28
(NEW YORK) — You’re probably not aware of it but you might be living in one of the most sex-happy cities in the U.S.Men’s Health magazine has come up with its list of places where people are sexually active and the winner this year is the Austin, Texas, already considered one of the most liberal cities in the Lone Star State.The m...
(NEW YORK) -- Many mothers and daughters have intensely close relationships, but it might be difficult to be more hardcore than Kate Siegel and her mom Kim Friedman.Siegel says her mom texts her as often as 50 times a day, with messages like, “Unless you are carrying my grandchild, go to the gym and stop eating garbage,” or “Happy...
(LONDON) -- On what would have been their son's first birthday, the family of the youngest organ donor in the United Kingdom are sharing the story of their son's short life to encourage others to become organ donors.Hours after being born, Teddy Houlston became the youngest organ donor in the U.K. last year, when doctors were able to successfully t...
Posted 2015-04-23 19:44:32
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Thursday approved regulations that would allow for the import of fresh apples from China. Food advocates have argued about pollution issues in China and the potentially resultant chemical residue that could be on imported apples.Currently, the FDA inspects less than one percent of imported fruit...
(SYDNEY) -- Australian wellness guru Belle Gibson reportedly built her career around claims she survived several different kinds of cancer with alternative medicine, but this week, she confessed that it was all a lie."No. None of it's true," she reportedly told The Australian Women's Weekly magazine in an issue on stands Thursday.Gibson, 23, claime...
(NEW YORK) -- Investigators have yet to announce what caused three SkyWest Airlines passengers to become ill and lose consciousness mid-flight, but some experts seem to agree on one thing: cabin pressure most likely played a role.Dr. Michael Anderson, chief medical officer at the University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, said people ca...
(NEW YORK) — For years, yogurt has been marketed as a health food but perhaps it’s time to rethink that claim based on a study by Spanish researchers who say the tasty dairy product is not all that it's cracked up to be.What’s more, Esther López-García, lead author of the study, goes as far to say that yogurt offers ...
(AUGUSTA, Ga.) — Treating depression isn’t easy but scientists at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University may have come up with an easy way to at least figure out what medications are appropriate for particular patients.It’s a wristband that records motion over a 24-hour period to determine who is a night owl ...
Posted 2015-04-23 05:40:01
(NEW YORK) — Scientists have long known that people who smoke marijuana can become forgetful due to the drug’s effects.While users’ short- and even long-term memories are usually impaired, a study published in the Journal of Molecular Biology says that when pot smokers are trying to remember an event, they’re more susceptibl...
Posted 2015-04-23 05:37:19
(PROVO, Utah) — Wouldn’t it be great to be doing your work on a treadmill desk right about now?Yes, but how best to convince the boss that such an acquisition, which can be expensive, will be beneficial for both the company and your health.Brigham Young University science professor James LeCheminant and neuroscientist Michael Larson hav...
(NEW YORK) -- A YouTube video showing how even a fitness guru can be self-conscious about her body has gone viral, with over 1.3 million views in less than a week.YouTube fitness star Cassey Ho has spent six years creating online fitness courses for her fans with her popular Blogilates channel. With over 2 million followers, Ho thought she was used...
(TAMPA) -- A Florida man was bitten in the face by a venomous snake after trying to kiss it, authorities told ABC Tampa affiliate WFTS-TV.Austin Hatfield, 18, of Wimauma, told his friends he took a liking to the snake and decided to keep it as a pet, Robin Belcher, the mother of his best friend, Jason Belcher, told ABC News.“It was a cottonmo...
(NEW YORK) -- Researchers say your genes may play a role in determining how likely you are to be bitten by mosquitoes. A study, published in the journal PLoS One, notes that there is some evidence that pregnancy, larger body mass, alcohol intake and increased carbon dioxide production may attract mosquitoes. It evaluated 37 sets of twins and found ...
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