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How to clean your house to help keep your family safe from the flu
As the flu season worsens -- Hawaii is now the only state not reporting widespread flu activity -- people are looking within their homes to see what they can do to prevent the flu. Your home -- a contained space where you spend much of your time -- can be a surprising hotbed of germs. Making the
7 things pediatricians want parents to know about the flu epidemic
The deadly flu epidemic sweeping the nation has closed schools in states from Alabama to Texas and killed at least 30 children since its official start on Oct. 1, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Every state except Hawaii is now reporting widespread flu activity,
Marijuana use rising among pregnant women, study suggests
The number of women who use marijuana while pregnant is increasing, especially among teenage and young pregnant mothers, a new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) suggested. "Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug during pregnancy ," the research letter
Keke Palmer discusses her role on the 2nd season of 'Berlin Station'
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'The neighborhood is gone,' Santa Rosa resident says after wildfire destroyed his home
Entire neighborhoods were scorched beyond recognition in the Santa Rosa, California area, after fast-moving wildfires tore through, killing at least 11 people in Sonoma County. Resident Joshua Corbett posted these photos on Instagram, writing, "This used to be a where I lived. The neighborhood is
Thousands flee as wildfires ravage California
At least 11 people were killed and 1,500 buildings destroyed as firefighters battled 17 fires across multiple counties around the state, authorities said.
Kaiser Permanente CEO has faith Congress can improve Affordable Care
Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson explains his concerns about the Graham-Cassidy bill but says he thinks Congress will eventually stabilize health care.
'This Week' Transcript 9-24-17: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Sen. Bill Cassidy, and Sen. Lindsey Graham
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR SEPTEMBER 24, 2017 AND WILL BE UPDATED. MARTHA RADDATZ , ABC NEWS: And let's bring in Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin . With all the urgent issues -- Korea, health care, why is the president etch talking about NFL players and disinviting NBA players to the White
Sunday on 'This Week': Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Sen. Bill Cassidy, and Sen. Lindsey Graham
Martha Raddatz goes one-on-one with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin , Sunday on “This Week.” Plus, Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-SC, and Sen. Bill Cassidy , R-LA, discuss their hotly debated health care bill in a “This Week” Sunday exclusive. Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson discusses the health
Inside the fight to take down online prostitution review boards
At first glance, the undercover video captured by a Seattle detective seems to show an ordinary guys' night out -- a bunch of men just hanging out at a local watering hole, eating nachos and drinking beers. But police said these bar patrons were part of an exclusive group that called itself “The