Hillary Clinton's Pneumonia Diagnosis: What You Should Know
Hillary Clinton 's pneumonia diagnosis has drawn attention to a disease that leads to 53,282 deaths in the U.S. every year. But pneumonia is actually a broad disease category that encompasses a variety of illnesses. Pneumonia simply means lung infection, and the cause of that infection and
20-Year-Old Blind Singer Steals the Show at the RNC With Her Take on 'The Star-Spangled Banner'
A 20-year-old singer who has beaten the odds in her life became the surprise hit Monday night at the Republican National Convention with her stirring rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Marlana VanHoose brought down the house at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. The singer was born with
What Would You Do: Careless Pharmacist Embarrasses Patients
An insensitive pharmacist announces customers' private prescriptions to others waiting in line.
John Quinones Asks the Co-Hosts: What Would You Do?
Take a sneak peek at upcoming controversial situations on the new season on WWYD.
Zika in the US: How Doctors Help Infants With Microcephaly
An infant born in New Jersey yesterday is the second known baby suspected of being born with Zika-related microcephaly in the U.S. The case has highlighted how medical officials in the U.S. are monitoring other pregnant women, amid fears that the Zika virus could be transmitted locally. At
Australian Olympic Team to Combat Zika by Handing Out Anti-Viral Condoms Ahead of Rio Games
The fight against the Zika virus is going beyond bug spray as the Australian Olympic Committee announced today that special anti-viral condoms will be given to athletes in order to curb the spread of the Zika virus. Condoms containing Vivagel, an antiviral agent, will be distributed in the hopes of
Researchers Investigating Zika’s Connection to Other Birth Defects
Researchers continue to investigate the devastating effects of the Zika virus on fetal development and are now studying whether the virus also impacts joint, eye and hearing development as well. Officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed Wednesday that the
Zika Virus May Be Linked to Infant Eye Abnormalities, Study Says
The Zika virus may be associated with another birth defect in infants, according to a new study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association Ophthalmology. Researchers from Brazil found that some infants exposed to the virus had ocular defects including atrophied retinas,
Should Employers Hire Based On Social Media Posts?
"The View" co-hosts discuss the rising trend of potential employers basing hiring decisions off candidates' social media posts.
Tales From the Emergency Room on New Year's Eve
Even on the calmest day of the year, emergency medicine doctors are prepared to expect the unexpected. But on New Year’s Eve, all bets are off. Ask any doctor and he or she will tell you; the only place crazier than Times Square on New Year’s is the hospital emergency room, where physicians tackle