Genetic Screening News
Boy born with genetic disorder inspires others with lessons in courage and acceptance
The book "Wonder" has had an enormous impact on Nathaniel Newman's life.
Getting more 'wolflike' is the key to the future for coyotes
The future of the coyotes that roam from Newfoundland to Virginia could hinge on the animals becoming the 'wolves' of the East Coast
Treacher Collins syndrome: What you need to know
Now a feature-length film starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson, "Wonder" is based on a children’s novel by R.J. Palacio and documents the story of a young boy with a genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome. It’s a movie that may have many taking the opportunity learn more about the
Migrant mother and son kept apart, now reunited in Spain
An African woman has been reunited with her 4-year-old son in Spain after they reached the country in separate boats and were kept apart without contact for months while authorities established they were related
'Super invader' tree hits South, but flea beetle may be hero
Beetle may help southern states control the Chinese tallow, a 'super invader' tree with toxic leaves and no U.S. predators
A closer look at the TeloYears test
ABC News' Becky Worley tries out the at-home genetic testing kit advertised in a popular infomercial.
Mom expecting 2nd baby with Down syndrome opens up about her experience
Editor's note: Recently, Ashley Engele, a mom of two whose oldest child has Down syndrome, found out she was pregnant with her third baby. Soon after, the Nashville, Illinois mom was told her unborn baby, like her first born, has Trisomy 21, more commonly known as Down syndrome. In the four and a
Children get tricked-out wheelchair costumes for a magical Halloween
These kids’ tricked-out wheelchair costumes are a major Halloween treat. Nearly 40 lucky kiddos will be trick-or-treating in style, sporting their brand new, absolutely epic wheelchair costumes built by Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit that teams with volunteers across the country to create the
Boy Scouts of America works with family to find new den for booted Cub Scout
The Boy Scouts of America has found a new unit for the 11-year-old boy who was booted from his den after engaging in a tense exchange with a Colorado state senator, the organization told ABC News in a statement. Ames Mayfield was kicked out of his den last week after an Oct. 9 discussion with Sen.
Boy booted from Cub Scouts after tense exchange with Colorado senator over gun control, race
An 11-year-old Cub Scout was reportedly kicked out of the program allegedly for asking a Colorado state senator some tough questions during a meeting organized by the Boy Scouts of America . Ames Mayfield was booted last week following an Oct. 9 discussion hosted by his Cub Scout den in Broomfield,