Apr 23, 2014 1:17pm

The Six Million Dollar Man: We Can Rebuild Him, for How Much?

It’s been about 40 years since “The Six Million Dollar Man” premiered on ABC in 1974, and, gentlemen, we can rebuild him. He’ll be “better, stronger, faster,” as the iconic intro goes, and — wait for it — cheaper. If he were put together today,… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 22, 2014 10:27am

Does Extreme Water-Drinking Make You Healthier?

ABC News’ Matt Knox and Alison Kenworthy report: Celebrities swear by it. From Gwyneth Paltrow to Jessica Alba and even Jennifer Lopez, A-listers with glowing skin credit drinking lots of water as one of their beauty secrets. Health care journalist Sabrina Bachai, of New York… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 22, 2014 8:26am

Stranger’s Bone Marrow Donation Helps Save Grandfather’s Life

When Ron Oppedisano received his cancer diagnosis in the winter of 2010, it was shattering. “Your life stops, literally comes to a standstill,” Oppedisano, then the mayor of Norridge, Ill., said, of the diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia. His daughter, Tena McCullough, agrees. “It was… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 21, 2014 3:08pm

Boston Marathon Bombing Victims Represent With Finish Line Selfie

  Boston Marathon bombing victims Adrianne Haslet-Davis and Jeff Bauman, both of whom underwent amputations as a result of their injuries last year, were back in Boston at the marathon finish line today. Representing at the finish line @Jeffmbauman pic.twitter.com/mGEgxdDC0A — AdrianneHD (@AdrianneHaslet) April 21,… Read More »

Apr 19, 2014 6:21am

13-Pound Baby Waldo Wows Parents

An expecting couple got an unexpected surprise when their newborn weighed a whopping four pounds more than expected. Waldo James Mysterious Dwyer was born by C-section on Monday weighing 13 pounds, 8 ounces, according to ABC affiliate WPVI. “We knew he was big but not that… Read More »

Apr 18, 2014 2:10pm

NJ Mumps Victims Were Vaccinated, Officials Say

An outbreak of mumps among New Jersey college students has highlighted the “weak sister” in the MMR vaccine. At least eight students at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken have contracted the contagious virus despite having received two doses of the measles, mumps and… Read More »

By Gillian Mohney

Apr 18, 2014 1:54pm

New Bill Aims to Curb Overzealous Photoshopping

A new bill introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives aims at curbing overzealous photoshopping of models and celebrities in advertisements. Called the “Truth in Advertising Act,” the bill was co-sponsored by Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen from Florida and Democratic Rep. Lois Capps of California…. Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 17, 2014 5:27pm

Children’s Dreams Come True One Picture at a Time

Junaisy Vargas, 6, has a lot of wishes in life — No. 4 seems the most impossible. “I want to be a mermaid. That’s my wish,” she said. Junaisy of Las Vegas has Ewing’s Sarcoma, a bone marrow cancer that primarily affects children and adolescents. Most… Read More »

By Gillian Mohney

Apr 17, 2014 1:21pm

Paralyzed UK Veteran Walks Again With Exo-Skeleton

Kevin Ogilvie thought he would never walk again after he was left paralyzed from the chest-down in an explosion while serving in Afghanistan in 2012. Ogilvie, a member of the Royal Air Force Regiment, was injured when the vehicle he was driving hit an improvised… Read More »

Apr 17, 2014 11:14am

Ill-Advised School Flier Counsels Kids Not to Rat Out Bullies

A Nebraska elementary school has apologized for passing out a flier containing nine questionable rules for dealing with bullies. Rule No. 7 is “Do not tell on bullies.” Josh Mehlin, a parent who has children in the Lincoln Public School District, told ABCNews.com that the… Read More »