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Scientists tout positive findings in peanut allergy pill study

(NEW YORK) -- A new study may spell hope for millions who suffer from peanut allergies.

Scientists in Australia are reporting successful preliminary trials for a pill filled with a mix of probi... Read More

Study finds those who are 'fat but fit' still have increased risk of heart disease

(NEW YORK) -- A new study published in the European Heart Journal Monday finds that being overweight increases your risk of coronary heart disease, even if you are otherwise considered healthy, destabilizing the common conception that someon... Read More

How animal behavior may change when the total solar eclipse darkens skies

(NEW YORK) -- Animals across the country may react strangely on Monday as the first total solar eclipse to traverse the sky above the continental United States in decades takes place, experts say.

"In total solar eclipses, there are observ... Read More

Mom refuses brain tumor trial to save unborn baby

(WYOMING, Mich.) -- Carrie Deklyen is currently 21 weeks pregnant and on a ventilator and feeding tube. Her family says she chose to delay her own treatments for a life-threatening tumor to save her unborn baby. Now, they wait.

Deklyen, 37... Read More

Man drives himself to hospital after nail pierces his heart

(PESHTIGO, Wisc.) -- A Wisconsin man is lucky to be alive after a nail pierced his heart during a construction accident.

While building a frame for a fireplace seven weeks ago, Doug Bergeson was holding a nail gun and accidentally fired a ... Read More

Total solar eclipse 2017: Tips for safe viewing with glasses, viewers, filters, projections

(NEW YORK) -- Wherever you are in the United States on Aug. 21, you may want to look up and watch as the sun goes dark in the moon's shadow.

Any astronomer in this country would suggest that you take advantage of this rare opportunity but ... Read More

Study links a lack of sleep in children with increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes

(NEW YORK) -- Children who sleep on average one hour less at night have higher risk factors for developing Type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published Tuesday by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Researchers observed self-reporte... Read More

'I felt like the monster was chasing us:' Woman speaks out after 11 people in her family get breast cancer

(NEW YORK) -- A Pennsylvania woman has made it her mission to raise awareness for the devastation that breast cancer can cause after 11 women in her family -- including herself -- have been diagnosed with the disease.

"I felt like the mons... Read More

Teacher inspires student after her unexpected pregnancy

(HARLINGEN, Texas) -- After Yvette Luna discovered she was pregnant in high school, she transferred to Keys Academy in Harlingen, Texas, where her parents hoped the small student-teacher ratio would help Luna stay on track to graduate.

Yea... Read More

Man gets tattoo replica of 9-year-old son’s burn scars

(FESTUS, Mo.) -- A Missouri dad has received a special tattoo to help his 9-year-old son cope with year-old burn scars.

In 2016, Landon Thomas accidentally fell into a bonfire at home and badly burned his right leg and foot, his father, Jo... Read More

The heartwarming reason why parents took newborn photos with 21-year-old son

(LOS ANGELES) -- One newborn photographer never got a chance to give her own child the posed photos that new moms and dads love. So she decided that despite 21 years passing, she'd finally take "newborn" photos of her first son.

Rebecca Ha... Read More