Headlines
Baby Who Can't Open Mouth Celebrates First Birthday
Baby Wyatt still can't open his mouth despite WhatsWrongWithWyatt.com responses.
Sleep Isn’t What It Used to Be
You might sleep better on a “Stone Age” settlement, researchers say.
Deaf Toddler Has Second Brainstem Device Surgery to Help Him Hear
Two-year-old is part of a clinical trial for testing a radical auditory device
Which Diet Gives the Best Bang for Your Buck?
A new study reveals how to lose more weight for less money.
Insurance Won't Cover Therapy to Save Girl's Eyesight
ABC News Fixer connects reader with new doctors, affordable treatment.
Are Your State's Mosquitoes Carrying Deadly Viruses?
Learn how to protect yourself from West Nile, chikungunya and EEE.
Can Any Animal Be a Therapy Animal?
Army vet Darin Welker says his ducks help him with PTSD and depression.
Dueling Rulings: Courts Split on Health Law Clash
New challenge to Obama health law: Split rulings by appeals courts but subsidies keep flowing
Listeria Fears Spark Nationwide Fruit Recall
California's Wawona Packing issues voluntary nationwide fruit recall over listeria concerns
Norovirus Named in Washington Lake Outbreak
The stomach bug sickened more than 260 Horseshoe Lake visitors, officials say.
Sister Reveals Autistic Twin Brother's 'Super Powers'
Twins have long been studied to understand autism causes.
What the Heck Is the Chikungunya Virus?
Here's what you should know about this (sort of) new mosquito-borne virus.
Plague Cluster Reported in Colorado; Prairie Dogs Eyed
There have been a total of 4 cases of the plague in Colorado so far.
Missile That Downed MH 17 'Ripped a Hole Through the Heart' of AIDS Community
Roughly 100 AIDS researchers were flying to a conference in Australia.
Mother and Baby Beat Odds to Survive Cancer, Heart Defect
A pregnant cancer patient learned her baby might not survive a heart condition.
Boy Who Got Unapproved Drug Heads Home to Virginia
Josh Hardy spent six months battling complications from a virus.
How Hotter Summers Are Putting Swimmers at Risk
Waterborne disease outbreaks are on the rise, experts say.
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.
14 Ways to Fight Hair Loss
Just because thinning is natural doesn't mean you have to accept it.
5 Home Remedies You Can Find in Your Kitchen
Reach for these natural solutions for minor health problems.
7 Subtle Signs You’re Drinking Too Much
Common clues that you're headed for trouble and how to turn around.
5 Signs You Should Be Eating More Protein
Your body might be telling you to up your intake.
Blogs
Are Airplane Seats a Ticket to Infection?
New study found some bacteria can survive for up to a week inside a plane.
Videos
Vet Battles to Keep 14 Therapeutic Ducks
Darin Welker is pleading with authorities to keep the pet ducks he says help him deal with depression and PTSD.
'Our Daddy Needs a Kidney' Campaign Hits Facebook
Raleigh Callaway, 49, is in stage 5 kidney failure as his family seeks a donor for the Georgia police officer.
Chikungunya Virus Arrives in US With Florida Cases
Health officials confirm that two people bitten by mosquitoes have become infected with the virus.
NY Med 7/17: Nurse Diana Costine's Medical Mystery
Presbyterian nurse Diana Costine has been inexplicably losing consciousness and for the first time, finds herself at the...
Scientists Use Baby-Friendly Labs to Study Infants
Researchers use a special machine called a magnetoencephalograph to see infants' brain activity.