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Oscar nominated Natalie Portman won't attend Academy Awards 'due to pregnancy'

(LOS ANGELES) -- Despite being nominated for an Academy Award, Natalie Portman won't be attending the ceremony Sunday.

A rep for the actress told ABC News that the Jackie star woul... Read More

2-year-old boy loses race because he wanted to hug his father instead of crossing finish line

(LAGOS, Nigeria) -- A 2-year-old boy lost his school's race after he ran over to hug his father instead of crossing the finish line.

Imoh Umoren told ABC News that his son, Imoh Umoren II, likely ran to him in his nursery school's race bec... Read More

Your Body: High intensity workouts

By DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical Contributor

Three members of the University of Oregon football team were recently hospitalized following what’s been described as a “grueling workout.” We&rsquo... Read More

Fatal drug overdoses more than doubled since 1999, CDC finds

(ATLANTA) — The rate of fatal drug overdoses in the U.S. more than doubled since 1999, outpacing suicide and car accidents in 2015 as a cause of death, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CDC ... Read More

Eleven-year-old boy recovering after being stung by bees 400 times

(PHOENIX) — The good news: an Arizona boy is happily buzzing around after being stung angry bees.  Four hundred times.

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Photographer captures childbirth in hospital parking lot

(NEW YORK) -- Noah Parker van Rhyn Strunk was born exactly on his due date, Feb. 22, but he came into the world in a most unconventional way -- in the parking lot of the hospital where he was supposed to be born.

His parents, Noah and Laur... Read More

Kindergartners deliver Keep a Baby Warm boxes to newborns in need

(NEW YORK) -- A kindergarten teacher and her class are helping mothers who may struggle to afford necessities for their newborns.

Teacher Gretchen Hertler McInvale leads her students at Spencer Elementary School in Middletown, Connecticut,... Read More

Stress hormone measured in hair linked to persistent obesity, study finds

(NEW YORK) -- People with long-term stress may be more likely to be obese, according to a recent study by scientists at the University College London, and the telltale signs can be found in strands of hair.

The paper published Thursday in ... Read More

Your Body: Opioid overdoses on the rise

By DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical Contributor

The handwriting on the wall was clear when President Obama spoke at a drug summit last year.

He said that we’re seeing more people killed because of ... Read More

Scientist says modern life is ruining our sense of smell, making us fat

(BOSTON) — Olfactory expert Dr. Kara Hoover says modern life is killing mankind's sense of smell, and that is leading us to eat poorly.

Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting in Boston, Ho... Read More

California nurses rally for bill on first state-run single payer health plan

(LOS ANGELES) --  Hundreds of California nurses and other community activists are rallying Wednesday in favor of a bill that could make the state the first to successfully launch a single-payer healthcare system.

The groups see this a... Read More