Panel calls on FDA to review safety of opioid painkillers
New report says the U.S. Food and Drug Administration should review the safety and effectiveness of all opioids
Kate Mara on 'Megan Leavey' and her relationship with sister Rooney
Kate Mara discusses her career and role in "Megan Leavey" on ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers."
Anxiety on the rise among Americans
A trending New York Times article suggests the United States has transformed from the "Prozac Nation" of the '90s to an anxiety-ridden Xanax nation today.
Nov. 4, 1993: Olivia Newton-John on having breast cancer
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New ibuprofen study raises concern of increased risk of cardiac arrest
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
10% Happier Road Trip: How Meditation Affects the Brain
ABC News' Dan Harris and meditation teacher Jeff Warren talk with cognitive neuroscientist David Vago at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.
10% Happier: John Mulaney, Comedian Turned Broadway Star
Mulaney told ABC News' Dan Harris that meditation helped him with anxiety while he was working on his sitcom and after it was canceled.
Cancer Survivor Talks Treating the 'Whole' You on 'GMA'
Sheila Cox, a cancer survivor, discusses the importance of integrative medicine and holistic healing as part of standard cancer care with Robin Roberts.
Exploring Drug-Free Treatment for Pain
With growing concern about opioid painkiller addiction, millions of American adults are seeking non-drug solutions for pain.
Pain Relief Doesn't Always Have to Come in a Pill, Study Finds
Serious and chronic pain can be debilitating for patients no matter how many pain relief pills they try. And as the opioid epidemic has continued to grow in the U.S., many health providers are less willing to prescribe large doses of prescription painkillers , which can lead to addiction. In an