Sweeping Guidelines on Donor Breast Milk Safety Issued by Top Pediatrics Group
Breast milk has long been the gold standard for newborn nutrition. But in cases where breast milk is not available from an infant's mother, getting access to safe donor breast milk is not always easy throughout much of the country. A new policy statement today from the American Academy of
Naomi Judd Opens Up About Long Struggle With Severe Depression
The country music star spoke about her battle with "life-threatening" depression that led to several stints in psychiatric wards.
Naomi Judd Opens Up About Battle With 'Life-Threatening' Depression
Naomi Judd is part of country music royalty who, with her daughter Wynonna Judd , skyrocketed to the top of country music fame as The Judds. Naomi Judd, 70, is now revealing that out of the spotlight she battled a “completely debilitating and life-threatening” depression that led to several stints
Index: Multiple Bird Strikes Force Jetblue Flight to Return to Boston
And to the index now. Scary moments on a jet blue flight out of Boston, forced to return to the airport and make an emergency landing after multiple bird strikes. Yeah, we'd like to make an air return to Boston. We believe that we struck a number of birds right at liftoff. The flight landing safely
Election Uncertainty Sends Ripples Through Stock Market
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Lab Chimps 'Abandoned' on African Island, Activists Say
Dozens of chimpanzees used in experimental labs in Africa by an American health charity are now living on their own on African islands, where activists say their previous lives in cages have not prepared them to survive in the wild. The New York Blood Center (NYBC) began experimenting on
Drug Overdose Deaths Drive Increase in Number of Organ Donations: One Family’s Story of Hope From Despair
Laurie Clemens described her son, Brandon Morris, as an outgoing, all-American boy who loved to play football and go fishing. "He was always there for me," Clemens said, "a typical mama’s boy." On a spring day in 2015, Morris died after a heroin overdose caused him to stop breathing. Clemens said
What to Do With Your Summer Vacation Photos
"Good Housekeeping" magazine's Lori Bergamotto reveals fun hacks for sharing and organizing your family snapshots.
Hepatitis A Outbreak Now up to 59 Cases in Virginia as 5 Other States Investigate Possible Links
An hepatitis A outbreak first identified in Virginia among people who drank smoothies containing strawberries from Egypt has been linked to cases of the virus in six other states, according to state health officials and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Today, the Virginia
Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked to Frozen Strawberries From Egypt
At least 40 people have been sickened in a Hepatitis A outbreak that health officials believe is linked to frozen strawberries, according to the Virginia Department of Health. The outbreak was first identified on Aug. 12 when officials from the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention noticed