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Fellow firefighters play stork to deliver adopted baby

(BALTIMORE) -- A baby boy was delivered to his adoptive parents in the most memorable way possible: with firetrucks, firefighters and the surprise of a lifetime.Mike Faherty and his wife Karen Faherty had been in the process of adopting a baby for some time, Lieutenant Erik Kornmeyer of the Anne…... Read More

'Young blood' treatments to stop aging, disease are a 'significant public health concern': FDA

(NEW YORK) -- It sounds like science fiction, but some companies are promoting the infusion of “young blood” into older people. Now, the Food and Drug Administration has gone on the record saying there is no evidence that these treatments have any effect on signs of aging or diseases, and…... Read More

'Zombie deer' disease is spreading across the US: What you should know

BY: DR. AMRIT K. KAMBOJ(NEW YORK) -- Is there such a thing as “zombie deer?” The answer is yes, and they may be your newest neighbors.Since the first report of “zombie deer” about 50 years ago, sightings of the deer have spread to several parts of the United States, mostly…... Read More

New report recommends ways to prevent depression during pregnancy and postpartum for new moms

(NEW YORK) -- Perinatal depression – which affects women during pregnancy and up to a year after delivery – can be prevented with counseling, according to a new report.The report from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is a hopeful sign for women, one in seven of whom are…... Read More

Study: Screen time for babies 2 years old and younger has doubled since mid-90s

(NEW YORK) -- A new study found that the amount of time children ages 2 years old and younger spend on screens has more than doubled since the mid-90s. The study, published Monday in JAMA Pediatrics, was based on parent diary data, aggregating the reported screen time of children under…... Read More

Mom 'fights' her way to good health, losing 160 pounds

(NEW YORK) -- After an embarrassing incident at an amusement park, Angie Phillips knew it was time for a change."My husband, who is a big guy at 6 feet and 300 pounds, told me, 'If I can fit you can fit,'" she told ABC News' Good Morning America.But at 376…... Read More

5 ways to protect yourself from heart disease during American Heart Month

(NEW YORK) -- It’s American Heart Month, meaning it’s the perfect time to for a refresher on heart disease and how to prevent it.Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with 800,000 people dying each year from it. Nearly half of all Americans have some…... Read More

Medical emergency sparks panic, fear of shooter at 'Hamilton' show in San Francisco

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- A medical emergency sparked panic and fears of an active shooter situation at a performance of "Hamilton" in San Francisco Friday night.The incident happened at the SHN Orpheum Theatre when a woman suffered a medical emergency at about 10 p.m. San Francisco police said the woman collapsed…... Read More

Family of a 28-year-old Florida woman sues Lime scooter over crash that left her in 'vegetative state'

(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) --  When Tracy Jordan sees people darting around Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on one of the thousands of motorized rental scooters available in the city, she says she sometimes has to cover her eyes as her heart sinks and her anger rises. In December, Jordan's 28-year-old daughter, Ashanti,…... Read More

Courteney Cox got candid about her decision to dissolve all her fillers

(NEW YORK) --  Actress Courteney Cox recently opened up about getting facial fillers in the past and why she chose to stop.The 54-year-old "Friends" star told PEOPLE that she wasn't confident in her appearance as she got older."I would say it's a common thing you go through as you age,…... Read More

Ready to KonMari in 2019? Marie Kondo shares her six rules of tidying

(NEW YORK) -- If you have not yet heard of Marie Kondo, you may be living under a pile of clutter.The home organization guru who sparked a phenomenon with her KonMari method of tidying based on joy is back in the spotlight again.Kondo is the star of a new Netflix…... Read More