Beyond the scale: What to eat to lower your risk for 3 health issues
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and nutritionist Maya Feller discuss some foods you should add to every meal to reduce your risk of heart disease, dementia and cancer.
'Motivated' podcast: What happens to your body with too little sleep
ABC News' Dan Childs discusses how your body and mind are affected by sleep deprivation and why a good night's rest is key to a healthy lifestyle.
Keeping your college student healthy
ABC News' chief women's health correspondent Dr. Jen Ashton has tips on how to keep your college student well.
Jimmy Kimmel on health care critics: 'Am I supposed to just be quiet?'
Jimmy Kimmel's war of words with Republican leaders over the party's latest proposed health care legislation continued Thursday night.
Dire situation in Caribbean as Irma leaves destruction in its wake
ABC News' Joshua Hoyos describes seeing cars thrown around like matchboxes in the hardest-hit islands.
Harvey causes crisis at medical facilities
With a lack of electricity, clean water and medicine, those with chronic illnesses are finding it impossible to get the care they need.
Harvey is the first major hurricane to make landfall in almost 12 years
National Hurricane Center expects the storm to linger on the Texas coast for days.
Debunking the health myths surrounding apple cider vinegar
What is the science behind the reports that apple cider vinegar is good for your digestion, skin and hair?
'Real Live': What to expect with total solar eclipse
The North American total solar eclipse will take place on August 21, and ABC News meteorologist Rob Marciano, sits on the "Real Live" couch with a preview of what to expect.
Study suggests children who don't sleep enough have a higher risk of developing diabetes
Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez shares what parents should know about the new research that links a lack of sleep in children to a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.