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Massive grass fire shuts down highway in northern California
Plus, a nationwide manhunt for a Utah man suspected of killing 3 women, and find out ways to help slow Alzheimer's.
Hints of some steps that may boost brain health in old age
No proven ways to stave off dementia but new report urges research into some steps that might help bolster brain health in old age
Qatar stadium safety concerns raised by death investigation
An investigation into why a British man fell to his death on a Qatar World Cup site has raised concerns about the safety of a catwalk in a stadium roof
'Human Project' study will ask 10,000 to share life's data
Researchers are gearing up to start recruiting 10,000 New Yorkers early next year for a study so sweeping it's called "The Human Project."
New frontier in cancer care: Turning blood into living drugs
Immune therapy is the hottest trend in cancer care and 'living drugs' are its next frontier
Anxiety on the rise among Americans
A trending New York Times article suggests the United States has transformed from the "Prozac Nation" of the '90s to an anxiety-ridden Xanax nation today.
In war-shaken Philippine city, civilians struggle to escape
Trapped Filipinos are trickling out of Marawi with harrowing tales of survival more than two weeks after an attack by Islamic militants plunged the southern Philippine city into chaos
New images of Tiger Woods' car following his DUI arrest
To tin dex and the moment police found Tiger Woods in his car. Just south of Indian creek parkway. His car, moments ago, police releasing this dashcam video showing officers giving woods a field sobriety test. Two flat tires, woods admitting he had taken four prezripgs drugs including vicodin The
Is your lack of sleep killing you?
Dr. Jennifer Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a new study that looks at the link between sleep and heart health.
Poor sleep is linked to higher death risk in those with heart issues
New health headline about sleep and heart disease tonight researchers at Stanford studying American's already at risk of heart disease revealing those sleeping less than six hours a night were twice as likely. To die from heart disease or stroke than those sleeping more than six hours be increased