Lisa Colagrossi's Brain Aneurysm Story Helps Save Woman's Life
After WABC reporter Lisa Colagrossi's unexpected death from a brain aneurysm, her husband worked hard to share her story as a warning to others.
Late Reporter's Story Saves Woman With Brain Aneurysm
When Lisa Colagrossi, a reporter for WABC-TV in New York City, died last year of an undiagnosed brain aneurysm, her husband, Todd Crawford, vowed to turn his family’s loss into something that could save other lives. Crawford founded The Lisa Colagrossi Foundation , dedicated to teaching the signs
Nicholas Sparks on His 20th Book, 'Two by Two'
The author is live in Times Square discussing his new book and the anniversary of his classic, "The Notebook."
Moon Rocks and Asteroids at NASA's Johnson Space Center
ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with planetary scientist Kevin Righter about asteroid missions and what we are still learning from moon rocks.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann Reflects on How Having a Stroke Changed Her Life
One year after Kim Zolciak-Biermann suffered a stroke, the former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant is opening up about what she's learned from the health scare. While flying home from Los Angeles to Atlanta after a rehearsal with her professional partner, Tony Dovolani, Zolciak-Biermann suffered
Inside Clinton and Trump's Health History Disclosures
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have released new information about the state of their health after facing growing pressure to be open about their physical well-being. Each candidate has released two letters from their respective doctors since the start of the campaign. Here's a look at the
Padres could face discipline after hiding players' medical information from MLB database
In a significant deviation from standard practice within the sport,? San Diego Padres officials instructed their organization's athletic trainers to maintain two distinct files of medical information on their players -- one for industry consumption and the other for the team's internal use,
Donald Trump Says Campaigning is 'Form of Exercise' on Dr. Oz
Donald Trump talked about his medical history and told Dr. Oz that campaigning "in its own way, it's a pretty healthy act." Trump said that gesticulating and speaking in front of large crowds turns very physical, and "a lot of times these rooms are very hot like saunas." "I think when you're
What We Know About Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton’s Health
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's latest attack on his White House rival Hillary Clinton : her health. Clinton “lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on ISIS,” Trump asserted at an event in Youngstown, Ohio, last Monday. “Go online and put down Hillary Clinton illness, take a
Study Links Acetaminophen Use in Pregnancy to Childhood Behavioral Problems
Acetaminophen is a common pain reliever and fever reducer found in brands such as Tylenol.