Owning a dog linked to lower risk of death, study says
Owning a dog is associated with a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to a comprehensive new study published by a team of Swedish researchers on Friday
Artist's dolls give women with skin-pigment loss 'confidence' and 'a voice'
Crystal Kaye's work designing dolls to represent women with skin-pigment loss is drawing grateful responses from women across the country who are thrilled to have a doll that looks like them. “I get messages from women saying that they’re in tears. Women in their 40s and 50s, crying because they’re
Rep. Maxine Waters on whether she'd run for president in 2020
Waters says, "I am not running for anything except the impeachment of Trump!"
Luxe festival leaves attendees disappointed
'Fyre Festival' in the Bahamas promised popular music artists and a luxury experience, but attendees like Hallie Wilson were surprised to find something quite the opposite.
Deals and Steals: The best bargains on beauty products
ABC News' Tory Johnson brings deals of up to 55 percent off on makeup, skin care and more beauty products.
Dr. Richard Besser Breaks Down New Baby Peanut Allergy Guidelines
ABC News' Dan Childs talks with Dr. Richard Besser about new recommendations to prevent peanut allergies in children.
'General Hospital' Actress Kirsten Storms Taking Leave From Show Because of Skin Issues
General Hospital actress Kirsten Storms is taking a break from the show because of stress and her skin. The 32-year old tweeted Sunday: "My doctors say my breakouts are due to stress, but shouldn't take too long to get under control…. However, it was becoming too difficult for GH to cover up. And
'Skin Issues' Force Kirsten Storms to Take Leave From 'General Hospital'
The actress said she's taking a break from the popular soap opera because of breakouts due to stress, and Dr. Whitney Bowe joins live to discuss the impact of stress on skin.
Scientists Tout New 'Liquid Spanx' to Create a More Youthful Face and Body
Forget the in-office injections and pricey procedures. Harvard and MIT scientists say they have created a "liquid Spanx" that could mean the end of wrinkles and cellulite and the start of more youthful skin, according to a new study released recently. Scientists explained how the product, XPL,
Possible New Breakthrough Against the Signs of Aging
Scientists are developing a second skin that could make wrinkles and bags completely invisible.