Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Crosses Finish Line
Rebekah Gregory DiMartino just ran the Boston Marathon.
Heartbreaking Testimony From Son of Caramel Apple Listeria Victim
Shirley Frey, 81, died after eating her favorite treat.
This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Run a Marathon
Boston marathoners can expect their bodies to take quite a beating.
Blind Teen May Play For USC Football Team He Inspired in 2009
At 12, Jake Olson watched USC football games before losing his eyes to cancer.
Amputee Victim of Boston Marathon Bombing Returns to Run
Rebekah Gregory will run the Boston Marathon on a prosthetic leg.
Elmo Says 'Get Vaccinated' in New Video
Sesame Street star joins U.S. Surgeon General for vaccination video.
Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon
Alosha O'Brien, 30, will be pushed 26.2 miles for his second Boston Marathon.
Teen With Down Syndrome's Reaction to Getting 1st Job Will Make You Smile
Ben Sunderman waited for days for his acceptance letter.
See a Dog 'Tap Dance' After Getting Life-Changing Surgery to Fix Legs
North Carolina pup underwent surgery to fix his deformity last week.
Large Measles Outbreak Traced to Disneyland Is Declared Over
California health authorities say large measles outbreak is over.
The Real Reason Your Knuckles Crack
Researchers and the 'Wayne Gretzky of knuckle-cracking' solve the mystery.
Doctors Remove Huge Tumor From 3-Day-Old Infant
Abbey Monzietti was born with a grapefruit-sized tumor in her abdomen.
Meet the Transgender Man Who Could Be a Magazine Cover Model
Aydian Ethan Dowling is leading a contest to cover Men's Health magazine.
'Spice' Overdoses Send More Than 300 to ER in 2 Weeks
Synthetic marijuana sends people to the hospital in Mississippi and Alabama.
E-Cig Use Triples in Adolescents, CDC Says
Adolescent e-cigarette use has tripled from 2013 to 2014, according to the CDC.
Couple Surprises Family, Friends With 'Secret Twins'
They weren't just keeping quiet about whether it was a boy or a girl.
Dr. Besser's Look at Life Inside the Hot Zone
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
The 4 Most Confusing Things About Sugar
What's the deal with sugar? No doubt, sugar is the diet villain du jour.
Life Events That Can Lead to Divorce
Most couples face plenty of stressors and life changes, both big and small.
Ways Exercise Makes You Look and Feel Younger
The powers of a steady fitness routine are impressive.
Ways to Deal With Painful Sex
When you've always enjoyed sex and suddenly it hurts, it can be upsetting.
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.
Cancer Lessons I Learned From a Fictional Teenage Boy
That love scene from "The Fault in Our Stars" is so intense.
Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon
Alosha O'Brien, 30, will be pushed 26.2 miles for his second Boston Marathon.
Office Worker Accused of Posing as Dentist
Valbona Yzeiraj, 45, an officer manager at a Bronx, N.Y., dentist’s office, allegedly performed dental procedures for...
'Spice' Overdoses in Mississippi, Alabama Send 300 to ER
In the past two weeks, more than 300 people in two states have gone to the emergency room from synthetic marijuana.
See a 9-Week-Old Baby Hear His Mother Clearly for the First Time
Elijah Cook was given hearing aids after being born with hearing loss.
Kind Bars Under Fire for 'Healthy' Label
The FDA says the fruit and nut bars violate their healthy labeling guidelines.
See Lab-Made Heart Cells That Actually Beat
Wake Forest researchers created the tiny heart cells by manipulating stem cells. (NO AUDIO)
Texas Woman Burned in Nail Polish Remover Accident
The 20-year-old victim sustained third-degree burns on half of her body.
Washington State Vaccine Law Enforced in Spokane Schools
Spokane public schools are pulling students from class who aren't in compliance with Washington's vaccination laws.