911 Rescue Calls Kids Have Made Saving Their Own Parents' Lives
8-Year-Old A'Nasia Clayton's mother suffered a stroke, but her life was saved after her daughter called 911.
Kids With Epilepsy Face Discrimination and Stigma, Study Finds
Feelings of exhaustion, discrimination, embarrassment over loss of privacy and body functions, as well as an overwhelming sense life disruption are common among children with epilepsy , according to a new study released today. "Depending on age group, we see different reactions not just from
"There's going to be some controversy about you going back to play." Elliot Pellman looks Wayne Chrebet in the eye in the fourth quarter of a tight game, Jets vs. Giants on Nov. 2, 2003, at the Meadowlands. A knee to the back of the head knocked Chrebet stone-cold unconscious a quarter earlier, and
Child With Rare Disease That Reverses Development Hasn't Lost Her Smile
When Olivia Thurston was born on January 15, 2008, weighing in at 8 pounds and 6 ounces, she was a happy and healthy baby and continued to develop normally in her first years. But at the age of 3, her progress changed. Her speech was limited and she became increasingly clumsy; she suffered from
Former Football Players Advocate for Medical Marijuana Use
ABC News' Stevland Wilson interviews former football players Charlie Adams and Nate Jackson about their support for Charlotte's Web, a strain of cannabis used for a variety of medical purposes.
Han Solo's Jacket Sells for $191K
Han Solo's jacket, worn in “ Star Wars : The Force Awakens,” sold for $191,000. The bidding for the iconic jacket, signed by Harrison Ford , started at $15,000, according to IfOnly.com. The company said more than 50 bidders vied for the famous threads before reaching the "nail-biting finish"
Warner Bros. Confirms Ben Affleck Will Direct Next Batman Movie
The Oscar award-winning actor is set to the star and direct the next stand-alone Batman movie.
Federal Reclassification of Marijuana Could Have Major Impact on Medical Uses
Federal authorities have announced that they are reviewing the possibility of loosening the classification of marijuana, and if this happens, it could have a far-reaching impact on how the substance is used in medical settings, experts said. Marijuana is currently classified as a Schedule I drug,
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 22 Week 2 Recap
It is a Tuesday morning so of course topping our skating is. The latest dancing with the stars and dropping its first contested. It's so sad. To the army go for Latin night the competition was fierce and fiery especially when one wore it. Hit the floor performing a fast these fabrics earning a high
Tips for Surviving the Switch to Daylight Saving Time
If you're dreading the start of Daylight Saving Time this weekend, here are a few tips from experts on how to ease into your new schedule without wanting to break your alarm clock. Eat Dinner Early Our sleep cycle is impacted by our appetite, so try eating earlier if you want extra shut-eye before