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Blind Mom Sees Newborn for First Time
Special glasses help Kathy Beitz, who has been legally blind since she was 11.
Epileptic Boy's Parents Frustrated by Delays Plaguing Medical Marijuana
Andrea Saretti's son has had seizures for the past year.
Patients 'Burned' by Operating Room Lamps During Surgery
Operating room lamps burned patients in Oregon, hospital says.
Sorry, Pregnant Women, You Still Can't Eat Sushi
A new study looked at fish consumption, but sushi is a whole different story.
Infant Grins After 'Seeing' Mom Clearly for First Time
Louise McMorris gets special glasses after being born with albinism.
Laughing Gas Becoming Popular for Women Giving Birth
Giving birth is no laughing matter, but the gas seems to help.
Family Blames Meds for Death of Girl Who Refused Chemo
Coroner now investigating girl's death.
Mom Who 'Burned' After Taking Friend???s Meds Leaves Hospital
Teen spent 52 days in the hospital recovering from rare reaction to medication.
What Your Tweets Say About Your Heart Health
UPenn researchers find link between hostile tweets heart disease death rates.
Tantrum-Free Haircuts for Special Needs Kids
For a child with special needs, a haircut can be a traumatic experience.
Surgeon Slain in Boston Shooting Survived by Pregnant Wife
Dr. Michael Davidson's wife is 7 months pregnant.
Woman Donates Kidney to Adoptive Father
She said her adoptive parents raised her to be thoughtful and generous.
How This Terminally Ill 'Super Fan' Scored Front-Row Patriots Tickets
Cathy Nichols was diagnosed with terminal cancer just days ago.
Doctor Gunned Down at Brigham and Women's Hospital Dies
Police say the shooter entered the hospital asking for the doctor he later shot.
How This Young Girl Was Saved From Blindness
“Mom, I can’t see!” she called to her mother who was in the next room.
Dr. Besser's Look at Life Inside the Hot Zone
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
Things You Should Know About The Bulletproof Diet
What's up with the latest buzzworthy diet.
People Who Might Be Making You Fat
Food frenemies are everywhere.
Reasons You Should Eat More Beans
How beans are good for your health.
Surprising Health Benefits of Being a Woman
Members of the so-called weaker sex, listen up.
Ways to Fight a Sugar Binge
How to counteract the effects of eating all the cookies.
Meet the Window Washers That Transform Into Superheroes for Sick Kids
This rappelling trio brightens the day for pediatric hospital patients.
Twinless Twins Grieve Together
People whose twin has died have found one another on Facebook.
How Scientists and Doctors Use Baby-Friendly Tricks to Study Infants
The high- and low-tech ways scientists get babies to be happy test subjects.
8 Surprising Effects of Obesity
The extra weight ups the risk of common cancers, a new study found.
Blogs
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Videos
Epileptic Boy's Treatment Delayed by Slow Medical Marijuana Rollout
Administrative delays in Florida are slowing access to the low-THC cannabis Sam Saretti's doctors prescribed to treat his...
The Moment a Blind Mom Sees Baby for First Time
Kathy Beitz, 29, has been legally blind since the age of 11 but was able to see her newborn with the help of eSight glasses.
Same Doctor Delivers Mom, Dad and Their Newborn
Baby Maverick was delivered by Dr. Barrie May, the same California doctor who delivered his mom and dad decades earlier.
First Lady Shakes, Shimmies and Twirls with Mini Cats in the Hat.
Michelle Obama teams up with Dr. Seuss to teach kids about exercise.
Cough Syrup Shortage Hits Flu-Stricken LA
Pharmacies in Los Angeles, CA are struggling to keep strong codeine cough syrup on the shelves during a particularly bad cold...