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Arianna Huffington on Why You Need More Sleep, and How to Get It (Hint: Sex)
Arianna Huffington has a multimillion-dollar media website that reacts to world events by the millisecond, she’s a mother of two, and yet she says she always gets a good night’s sleep. Not only that, she says wants to help everyone else do the same. “It’s kind of ironic because most people
FDA Approves Stomach-Draining Obesity Treatment
A new weight loss device offers a novel approach to cutting calories: draining them out of the stomach before they cause weight gain
'The View' on Reports Orlando Shooter Frequented Gay Club, Used Gay Dating Apps
The co-hosts discuss the recent events in Orlando and the new reports about the shooter.
Puzzling Cliff-Hanger in Case of Poisoned Lottery Winner
With his departure from office this week, the former Cook County medical examiner leaves behind a beguiling mystery: Whatever happened to the case of Chicago businessman Urooj Khan, who was fatally poisoned with cyanide after a $1 million Lottery win
Stanford Sexual Assault Witness Recounts the Evening's Events
Carl-Fredrik Arndt tells ABC News how he and Peter Jonsson stopped Brock Allen Turner.
Tasmanian Devil Gets Pacemaker to Fix Loony Heart
An endangered Tasmanian devil named "Nick" is recovering after getting a pacemaker to fix an abnormal heart rhythm. Veterinarians at the San Diego Zoo first detected something was wrong with Nick in January. Further tests revealed that Nick's heart was beating extremely slowly due to heart disease.
Government Sets New Recommended Salt Levels for Foods
Top US health officials have announced a new set of recommendations to help Americans cut the salt –- setting new target sodium levels for foods in more than 100 different categories, ABC News has learned. The guidelines set two- and 10-year goals and officials stress that many companies have
How to Fall Asleep Fast, According to 6 Health Editors
Sleep experts have tons of tricks to getting a better night's rest: go easy on the caffeine and alcohol, take a warm bath before bed, keep the thermostat set low, ban TV and mobile phones from the bedroom, and so on. But for Health's editors, the bedtime behaviors that help us fall sleep fast
Meet the 87 Year Old Genius Inventor Credited with Saving Millions of Lives
ABC News' Alex Mallin meets Robert Fischell, the author of more than 200 patents ranging from life-saving medical devices to a bowl for keeping cereal crispy.