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Co-founder of RxBar on 'Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis'
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis interviews Peter Rahal to discuss the success of RxBar.
Police in a shootout with a homicide suspect on I-80 outside San Francisco
18-year-old student in New York is accused of stabbing two classmates with a switchblade.
What parents need to know about sleep apnea in children
A doctor discusses the potential dangers of the sleep problem for children and what symptoms should raise red flags for parents.
Gov. John Kasich weighs in on Trump's proposed budget plan
Kasich discussed where he believes the plan can be improved with "The View" co-hosts.
Connecticut issues warning to parents about dangers of misusing antihistamines
Parents and caregivers in Connecticut this month are being warned about the dangers of administering antihistamines such as Benadryl to children in order to get them to calm down or go to sleep. Dr. Kirsten Bechtel, an associate professor of pediatrics and of emergency medicine at the Yale School
When should you replace your medicines?
The first in a "GMA" series on expiration dates explores when you need to clean out your medicine cabinet.
Springtime, and your allergies, are coming early this year
Dr. Richard Besser appears live on "GMA" to show where pollen counts have soared across the country and how you can jump-start your allergy relief.
High pollen counts reported across US as mild winter weather kickstarts allergy season
Forget that the calendar says it's still winter, allergy season is already hitting much of the country despite spring officially being nearly a month away. As a relatively mild and wet winter has given way to unseasonably high temperatures across much of the U.S., multiple areas are reporting high
Asthma Diagnosis Later Reversed in About 1 in 3 Adults, Study Finds
Although asthma is considered a chronic disease, doctors have been puzzled by its often changing nature that can makes prescribing medicine, or stopping them, tricky. A study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that about one-third of adults tested for
Thunderstorm Asthma Possibly Linked to 6 Deaths
The deaths of six people in Australia may be linked to a rare meteorological phenomenon that led to a surge in asthma attacks, Australian officials said today.