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
Colorado Sexting Scandal Among Teenagers
The co-hosts discuss the dangers and consequences of sending and receiving photos of minors through texting.
Remembering College Basketball Player Lauren Hill
The 19-year old college freshman basketball player has died after inspiring people everywhere as she fought inoperable brain tumor.
South Carolina Police Officer Charged With Murder
We want done we love we. Developing out the outrage over another. Deadly police shooting. Of an unarmed black man a stunning video taken by a bystander that shows the white officer shooting fifteen year old Walter Scott eight times. That police officer now facing murder charges. Love what I'm Dan
Weird Things You Never Knew About Kissing
Romantic kissing happens in over 90% of all cultures, and with good reason: “It helps us find a partner and stay with them,” says Laura Berman, PhD, assistant clinical professor of ob-gyn and psychiatry at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago and author of Loving
Do-It-Yourself Health Cures Anyone Can Do
Somehow the most nonthreatening body problems almost always turn out to be the most frustrating. Sure, your cramps, stress headaches or yeast infections aren't going to kill you, but man, what a hassle! Wouldn't it be nice to solve them yourself, once and for all? Well, you can, with the right
The Germy Perils of a French Kiss, Especially if You Are Short
There is perhaps nothing more romantic that a French kiss. Apparently there is also nothing more disgustingly filthy. A new Dutch study published in the journal Microbiome found that swapping spit for about 10-seconds transfers up to 80 million bacteria between lovers. The shorter partner in the