Most Women Can Have Fewer Pelvic Exams

Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new recommendation that could mean the end of the dreaded exam.
0:53 | 07/01/14

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Wee begin with the breaking news in the middle east. Israel launching air strikes overnight, one day after vowing to get revenge for the murders of three teenagers, one of whom was an American citizen. The FBI now joining the investigation. And ABC's Alex Marquardt is there. Alex? Reporter: Good morning, Ryan. This is the spot in the west bank where the teens were kidnapped. Today, Israelis are coming here to light candles to pay their respects. Israel accuses hamas of the murders. And as Israel has cracked down, there's been a growing wave of rockets launched by Palestinian militants from the gaza strip into Israel. Overnight, Israel's air force bombed a compound belonging to hamas, which denies being behind the kidnapping, but who Israel's prime minister says will pay a heavy price, bringing fears that this region is once again on the brink of war.

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