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(NEW YORK) — It’s been a busy year for Oreo: Red Velvet and S’Mores flavors debuted, with much speculation of what’s coming next.Well, the wait is over, because as of Tuesday, there’s a brand new version hitting shelves: Oreo Thins.These new and improved cookie sandwiches are identical to their bulkier older brother, b...
(NEW YORK) — Cancer researchers are examining if eating citrus might put people more at risk for developing melanoma since researchers have long known that certain citrus juices on the surface of the skin can make skin so sensitive to light that people can end up with serious burns.Dr. Abar Qureshi, director of dermatology at Brown University...
(LONDON) -- Financial markets are controlled by testosterone more than you think. A new study from Imperial College London published in Scientific Reports reveals men with higher testosterone levels make bigger financial risks. The researchers conducted the study using a trading floor simulation with volunteers buying and selling assets among ...
(NEW YORK) -- A social media trend is leaving dermatologists burned up this summer. Many people who see their skin as a blank canvas for art get a tattoo, but what about getting something else that may be just as permanent? A new social media trend called #sunburnart has people showing off their burned skin after strategically placing sunscreen or ...
(TYLER, Texas) -- A 7-year-old Texas girl responded with grace under pressure, reportedly saving a woman who had a seizure from drowning in a pool.Dasia Wessner was visiting the Glascow Trails Community mobile home park swimming pool in Tyler, Texas, Wednesday when she noticed a family friend in trouble, ABC News affiliate station KLTV reported.Nat...
Posted 2015-07-04 10:45:36
(NEW YORK) -- A vaccine to help protect against HIV may be closer to reality than previously though, one study indicates.The study, published in the journal Science, found that one potential HIV vaccine can be used to protect rhesus monkeys from the disease. Fifty percent of the monkeys given the vaccine were protected, researchers say, when expose...
(NEW YORK) -- Hilary Swank is taking a break from her work to care for her dad, who recently had a lung transplant. "My dad is living with me," the 40-year-old Oscar winner revealed to HuffPost Live on Thursday. "I'm his sole caretaker right now." Swank said she has even put work on hold in order to care for her father, Stephen Swank, as he recover...
(NEW YORK) -- Fans hoping to see Meghan Trainor perform live this weekend will have to wait. The "Lips Are Movin" star has canceled her tour stops in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Friday and in Connecticut on Saturday, due to a vocal cord hemorrhage. "I'm so sorry Megatronz please forgive me," she wrote addressing her fans on Instagram. "I will never ...
(NEW YORK) -- The appearance of your breast augmentation can actually tell a story of where you've lived, a new study suggests."We asked 614 plastic surgeons from 20 different countries, and through a computer survey [of] what was their ideal shape of breasts were, and they were able to adjust the images," said Dr. Neil Tanna, a board-certified pla...
(NEW YORK) -- Jim Carrey has apologized to the family of a young child with autism after posting pictures of the boy without their permission during an extended Twitter rant about California's new vaccine legislation.The Truman Show star tweeted his mea culpa Thursday night, apologizing to the family of Alex Echols of Eugene, Oregon.It all began Tu...
Posted 2015-07-03 08:08:46
By DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical ContributorAllergies can be so frustrating -- and scary if they’re severe. But can they go away? Or worse, can they develop later in life?Some say your immune system changes every seven years, and some don’t even know where most allergies come from. I developed a life-threatening food alle...
(NEW YORK) -- The emergency medical services industry is trusted to save lives, but all of that can change when a worker dozes off behind the wheel. A Good Morning America investigation discovered that EMS driver fatigue is an issue causing increasing concern in the EMS industry, with some calling for federal standards limiting shift lengths or add...
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