How smartphone apps can be used to track your health
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth reports on new apps that can be used to help people manage and collect information about chronic illnesses.
Ohio boy with seizure disorder gets wish to meet April the giraffe, calf she birthed on live stream
An Ohio boy who lives with a life-threatening seizure disorder fulfilled his dream of meeting April the giraffe and her calf, Tajiri. Alex Johnson, 11, and his family traveled from their home in Avon, Ohio, to Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, Tuesday to meet the giraffes. Alex
How climate change and air pollution can affect your health
President Donald Trump 's decision to pull out of the landmark Paris climate agreement could have far reaching consequences on climate and fossil fuel emissions in the future. While climate change and pollution are often discussed in terms of environmental damage, they can also greatly impact
Schwarzenegger has lunch with the Bushes: 'They inspired me to enter public service'
It's been two weeks since George H.W. Bush was discharged from a Houston hospital after being treated for a mild case of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis, and his social calendar appears to be back on track. The 41st president, 92, and former first lady Barbara Bush , 91, had lunch with Arnold
Former President George HW Bush released from hospital after treatment for pneumonia
Former President George H.W. Bush has been released from a Texas hospital after receiving treatment for pneumonia . Bush was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital earlier this month after a persistent cough led to a pneumonia diagnosis, according to his staff. This is his third hospitalization
United CEO feels 'shame,' passengers will be compensated
Oscar Munoz , the CEO of United Airlines , today said he felt "shame" when he saw viral video of airport police dragging a bloodied passenger from one of his airline's flights Sunday night. "This will never happen again," Munoz told ABC News' "Good Morning America" in an exclusive interview."We are
United CEO promises 'thorough review' of passenger incident
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has vowed that his company will conduct a “thorough review” of the “truly horrific event” that saw a bloodied passenger forcibly removed from one of the airline's flights Sunday night. The promise came in an internal company email obtained by ABC News. The airline
Spicer calls videos of man being dragged off United flight 'troubling'
White House press secretary Sean Spicer called videos showing a man being dragged off a United flight on Sunday "troubling" in today's briefing. "It was an unfortunate incident," said Spicer. "Clearly, when you watch the video, it is troubling to see how that was handled." Multiple videos of the
Does Salt Room Therapy Work?
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth explores salt rooms, where small particles of salt in the air, it's believed, can address a variety of ailments.
Why Men in Richest US Counties Can Expect to Live 10 Years Longer Than Poorest, Study Finds
Residents in the poorest counties in the U.S. face a life expectancy up to decade shorter than their counterparts in the wealthiest areas, according to a study published today in the American Journal of Public Health. Researchers from East Tennessee State University wanted to better understand how