Figure skater Gracie Gold withdraws from US championships
Two-time U.S. women's figure skating champion Gracie Gold has withdrawn from the national championships while she continues to seek treatment for anxiety and an eating disorder
Sia has created a holiday album for those who don't love classics
Sia’s “Everyday is Christmas” Sia’s Christmas music collection is particularly interesting because consists of all originals. “Candy Cane Lane” is a love letter to the Phil Spector sound of the early '60s, while both “Snowman” and “Snowflake” show some sadness regarding the changing of seasons,
Parkinson's disease: What you need to know in wake of Jesse Jackson's diagnosis
Iconic American civil rights activist, politician and minister Jesse Jackson announced Friday that his doctors have diagnosed him with Parkinson’s disease – a diagnosis that he says comes after several years of symptoms. Below are answers to some of the more common questions about this disease.
Under Review: Transgender troops on Trump's proposed ban
The president's proposed transgender military ban leaves some service members and their families in limbo.
Killer of 4, including 3 relatives, gets life without parole
A Vermont woman convicted of killing a social worker and three of her own relatives as revenge for losing custody of her daughter will spend the rest of her life in prison
FDA clears nerve stimulator to aid recovery from opioids
The Food and Drug Administration cleared a brain-stimulating device for patients recovering from addiction to heroin and other opioids
Digital pill that 'talks' to your smartphone approved for first time
The FDA in the meantime has approved what's being called the first digital pill it can alert your doctor when you've swallowed it. By sending a message from the pill censored tool wearable patch. Which transmits information to a mobile out the pill has been approved to treat depression. But some
Fear and paranoia grip Egypt’s LGBT community: ‘I want to be forgotten’
When the crackdown began, LGBT people across Egypt began dropping off dating apps, stopped meeting friends and charted their escape. As police in the conservative, Muslim country rounded up dozens of people over the past two months, intensifying their persecution of the country’s LGBT citizens, a
Rise in teen suicide, social media coincide; is there link?
A new analysis says a surge in suicide rates and depression among U.S. teens may be linked with rising social media use.
Sensor-embedded medicine with tracking system now approved by the FDA
The first digital pill uses an electronic tracking system to alert your doctor when you swallowed it, or didn't.