(PHILADELPHIA) — A trio of runners were caught on camera coming to the aid of a fatigued runner whose legs appeared to buckle within sight of the finish line of a half-marathon in Philadelphia on Sunday.
Video shows the unnamed femal... Read More
(HOUSTON) -- Ebony Banks, the Houston teen battling a rare form of cancer, has died -- just days after her wish to speak to her idol Beyonce was fulfilled.
A spokesman for Alief Independent School District, where Banks was a student, confi... Read More
(RICHMOND, Va.) -- A Virginia fire department is coming together in support of a fellow fireman's toddler, who is fighting cancer.
The Richmond Fire Department has raised close to $50,000 after 3-year-old Caleb Lambert was diagnosed with stage... Read More
By PAIGE MORE
"Good Morning America" booker and segment producer Paige More shares her personal experience of under going a double mastectomy in her early 20s after she tested positive for a BRCA1 genetic mutation, whi... Read More
(MEDIAPOLIS, Iowa) -- There must be something in the water at one Iowa fire station.
Six volunteer fire fighters at the Mediapolis Fire Department welcomed six children in the last seven months.
"We didn't have a plan to do this... Read More
(LONDON) -- In an effort to improve survival rates of patients, the cancer research charity Cancer Research UK has launched a major study to find efficient and effective treatment for individual tumors according to a BBC News report.
The s... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- It's been 16 years since Audra McDonald had a baby.
Now at age 46, the "Beauty and the Beast" star has a second baby and a first with her husband and fellow Broadway star Will Swenson.
The couple welcomed daughter ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- What if your health coverage was more like a gym membership?
Shellee Enfinger and her husband support their family of five by paying $250 per month for health coverage. She said with direct primary care or "membership medicine" s... Read More
(LOS ANGELES) -- For years, Justin Cho's family thought they simply had a happy kid who liked to laugh, even when nothing funny happened.
"Ever since he was an infant he would giggle and it would be very short lived, anywhere between 2 to 5 se... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Taking birth control pills has previously been associated with several non-contraceptive benefits. But now, a new study shows the pill can help protect women from certain cancers for decades after a woman stops taking it.
"Th... Read More
(LA CROSSE, Wis.) — A high school freshman from Wisconsin has been hailed as a hero by his community after he performed the Heimlich maneuver on a fellow student who was choking on his lunch in their school's cafeteria.
Ian Brown fro... Read More
(NEW YORK) — The white working class in the U.S. has bucked a global trend of improved mortality rates in recent years as a host of factors including suicide, opioid addiction and alcohol-related liver disease have increasingly claimed lives.
(NEW YORK) -- More women who were diagnosed with cancer as teens or young adults are surviving -- and many are having children of their own.
But their path isn't always easy. A new study published on Thursday in JAMA Oncology finds women w... Read More