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January 25, 2018: Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts
Music mogul Clive Davis talks Whitney Houston and more; Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts.
What to know about Pompe disease and treatments highlighted in Trump's address to Congress
President Donald Trump 's first address to a joint session of Congress happened to fall on Rare Disease Day -- a fact he highlighted by recognizing one of his invited guests, Megan Crowley, a 20-year-old college student with a rare genetic disorder called Pompe disease. After spotlighting Crowley,
Madeleine Stowe Opens Up About Father's Battle With MS
Madeleine Stowe has revealed for the first time her late father’s battle with multiple sclerosis and how, as a child, she helped take care of him. Stowe is sharing her story as part of biotech giant Genzyme’s new campaign to educate and empower people living with...
Why Driving and Sleep Drugs Don't Mix
"I feel a little bit zombie-like, I have to admit." On Tuesday's World News broadcast, correspondent Lisa Stark demonstrates the dangers of driving after taking sleeping medication. She traveled to the University of Iowa, home of the most advanced driving simulator in the country, to reproduce the
Sleepwalking May Have Led to N.J. Woman's Drowning
It's not unusual for people to walk or talk in their sleep. But on Sunday morning, a New Jersey woman may have sleepwalked to her death. The body of Charlene Ferrero, 55, was found Monday in Newton Lake near Oaklyn, N.J. Calls to the Oaklyn Police Department were not immediately returned, but WPVI
Top 10 U.S. Cities for Super Rich
It's no accident that Occupy Wall Street has its headquarters in New York City. The Big Apple tops the list of 10 cities with the most people worth $30 million or more, dwarfing other cities with 7,720 of these super-rich people, according to wealth-research company Wealth-X. Wealth-X, a company
Fabry Disease Patients Get Sicker as Drugs Go Overseas
Patients Report Strokes and Kidney Failure in Suit Against Pharmaceutical Co. Genzyme
10 Top-Selling Drugs Coming Off Patent
Ten of the world's top-selling prescription drugs are about to get cheaper. Over the next 17 months, the patents on brand-name medications like the cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor and the blood thinner Plavix will expire, opening the door for generic versions that could cost up to 80 percent
Markets Watch New Economic Indicators
The Dow closed down slightly yesterday but investors are hoping some new economic indicators will boost stocks back up today. Here to take a look at some of the business news this morning Bloomberg reporter Courtney good morning Courtney. Agreed to be here with the it. So economic news out this
FDA Panel Supports New Diet Pill After Rejecting Two Others
Contrave is the only diet pill to survive FDA scrutiny in 2010, but no decision expected until January.