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Olympic star Moses remarkably recovers from head injuries
Three months after suffering the second of two traumatic head injuries in the span of six weeks, Edwin Moses is nearing 100 percent again
4-year-old with inoperable brain tumor receives hundreds of books for 'Lena's Library'
When a New Jersey family found out their 4-year-old daughter had brain cancer with months to live, they channeled her strength and found a unique way to bring her happiness during her difficult battle: they asked for donations of books for "Lena's library." "Lena's strength inspires me to be
Family of boy living with Treacher Collins has a devastating setback: Part 5
In the midst of her son Nathaniel's grueling surgical process, Magda Newman learns that she has an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Fire and ice: Mapping the magma flow to Antarctica's most active volcano
On a quest to map the magma source of Mount Erebus in Antarctica, one of the most remote and highly active volcanoes in the world, scientists needed the expertise of mountaineer Danny Uhlmann. From altitude sickness to dealing with potentially deadly crevasses while traversing the glacier, Uhlmann
Puerto Rico to get aid from the Navy's 900-foot long floating hospital, the USNS Comfort
An 894 foot-long U.S. Navy floating hospital, said to have one of the largest trauma centers anywhere in the United States, is heading to Puerto Rico. The USNS Comfort, which can hold as many as 65 civil service mariners and 1,215 Navy medical personnel, left Norfolk, Virginia, today to help bring
'Motivated' podcast: Staying on track with your fitness and health goals
ABC News' Amy Robach and Gio Benitez give tips that can help you stay on track, no matter how busy your schedule is.
Sen. John McCain’s diagnosis: What to know about glioblastoma
On Wednesday the office of Sen. John McCain released a statement saying he was diagnosed with a brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme . According to the statement, the discovery was made after he had surgery to remove a blood clot above his left eye, and doctors at the Mayo Clinic Hospital
Estate of Playboy model Katie May suing chiropractor over her death
The coroner found that the social media star died from a "blunt force injury of neck" after visiting the chiropractor last February.
Braves' Freddie Freeman breaks left wrist, out approximately 10 weeks
The? Atlanta Braves ?placed slugging first baseman Freddie Freeman on the 10-day disabled list on Thursday after an MRI and CT scan revealed a non-displaced left wrist fracture. The team said Freeman will wear a cast for four weeks. He is expected to miss 10 weeks, according to the team.? Freeman