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(NEW YORK) -- The problems of “picky eating” in kids may extend beyond the dinner table -- perhaps even to the psychiatrist’s couch, according to a new study published in Pediatrics Monday. Duke University researchers looked at 917 kids between 2 and 6 years old, assessing their degree of picky or “selective” eating. T...
By DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical ContributorHalf of all teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating from high school.And contrary to popular belief, teens crash most often because they are inexperienced.So, here are some things you should know:Make sure your teens get all the practice they can. There are graduated driver ...
(TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) — The longtime debate over whether men and women can be “just friends” continues. This time, science is weighing in.Researchers from the University of Alabama conducted a study on college students and found that both men and women believe that actual platonic friendships between opposite sexes are possible, repo...
(NEW YORK) — Bronzer is the secret for getting that beach-ready glow without soaking up damaging UV rays.The look has been perfected by A-list celebrities, including Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez and Victoria Beckham.Makeup guru and Yahoo Beauty’s editor-in-chief, Bobbi Brown, appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America Monday as pa...
(NEW YORK) -- Health care officials in Puerto Rico are bracing for more Medicare cuts, according to The New York Times. The island is facing a huge cut to Medicare as well as a shortage of funding for Medicaid. The Times reports that more than 60 percent of those living in Puerto Rico take Medicare or Medicaid. Decreasing funding for these programs...
(NEW YORK) -- Four people have died from Legionnaires' disease in the Bronx this summer. A fourth person died from Legionnaires' disease in the South Bronx part of New York, according to a report on Saturday. There have been 65 confirmed cases of people with Legionnaires' since July 10, 55 of which were hospitalized. The four people who died from t...
(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and pharmaceutical company Hospira announced Friday that they are aware of "cybersecurity vulnerabilities" associated with the company's Symbiq Infusion System.The devices, computerized pumps that allow for continuous delivery of general infusions, are used in hospitals and nursing homes. Hospira ...
(MIAMI) -- Thanks to a revolutionary procedure, a woman who was blind for 16 years is now able to see. Carmen Torres, of South Florida, is the first recipient of a bionic eye. At 18, she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, in which the vision declines over a period of time, according to ABC News affiliate WPLG-TV. “You have to move forwa...
(NEW YORK) -- A New York City doctor, who made headlines after he was diagnosed with Ebola, said he hoped an experimental vaccine could be “a way forward” for a region decimated by the deadly virus. Craig Spencer, an emergency room physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, made headlines last year when he contracted Ebola after treat...
(DESTIN, Fla.) -- A heroic act to save a drowning girl last Saturday left a Special Forces soldier paralyzed.Sgt. First Class Tim Brumit was responding to screams that a girl was drowning in the waters of Crab Island in Destin, Florida, amid a storm. As he later recalled, he felt his neck break immediately upon hitting the water. He was pulled out ...
(DERWOOD, Md.) -- A Maryland animal shelter is hoping that a heartfelt letter written by Susie the cat's previous owner before her death, will help the feline's chances of finding a forever home. "I'm sure that when she wrote it, she wrote it just to the intent of getting it to the adopter," said Katherine Zenzano, community outreach coordinator of...
(NEW YORK) -- Officials in both Iran and Iraq declared a mandatory holiday this month after temperatures soared far into the triple digits. In Iraq, temperatures reached a sweltering 126 degrees and officials declared a mandatory holiday to try and protect people from succumbing to the heat. In Iran, the country faced possible record-breaking tempe...
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