Colon Cancer News
Jimmy Kimmel brings Katie Couric to his colonoscopy
Jimmy Kimmel's audience got to see more of the host than usual when he had his first colonoscopy
Katie Couric takes Jimmy Kimmel to get his first colonoscopy
Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Harry Connick Jr. and Jill Goodacre emphasize importance of early cancer screenings
Following Goodacre's breast cancer battle, the couple opens up on "GMA," saying they hope to use their platform to spread awareness about the importance of early cancer screenings.
Bridge collapse: Seconds separated those who lived and died
A matter of seconds between those who would live and those who would die as Florida pedestrian bridge topples down highway bustling with passing vehicles
Bridge collapse: Out on errands, killed in an instant
Florida bridge collapse: Only seconds separated those who died and those who survived on bustling highway below
How to work out like Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg turns 85 years old today. The longtime personal trainer of the Supreme Court Justice -- who gained the nickname "The Notorious R.B.G." -- shared secrets in October for how the 85-year-old stays physically strong every day as she interprets the Constitution.
Emotional season for Mulkey, Baylor heading back to NCAAs
While so much is the same as usual in March for the Baylor women, this has been the most heart-wrenching season off the court for coach Kim Mulkey
Meghan McCain, Meredith Vieira to go to Vatican health conference to honor loved ones
McCain and Vieira will attend an international conference on health care in Vatican City, Italy.
Surviving cancer may depend on where you live in the world: Report
Cancer remains one of the leading causes of death around the world. Now, it appears that your chance of surviving cancer is intimately tied to which country you live in. A new study published by The Lancet Tuesday shows a tremendous amount of variability in five-year cancer survival rates between
White House doctor: Trump in good health, passed cognitive exam
Presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson answered reporters' questions at the White House daily press briefing.