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What time should your children go to bed?
The "GMA" anchors discuss unofficial back-to-school bedtime guidelines for children.
'GMA' Hot List: Nikki Haley says US is trying to 'defeat terrorism of all kinds' in Afghanistan
Plus, Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the recent uptick in severe allergic reaction cases, and the "GMA" anchors revisit theme songs from classic TV shows.
New study reveals a striking increase in serious allergy cases
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about the new research, which found that severe allergic reaction cases have increased by nearly five times over the past decade.
Severe food allergy cases skyrocketed over the past decade, study finds
The number of health insurance claims documenting severe allergic reactions to food has skyrocketed nearly 400 percent over the past decade, according to a study released Tuesday by the nonprofit healthcare organization FAIR Health. The researchers analyzed private insurance claim lines involving
Study finds those who are 'fat but fit' still have increased risk of heart disease
A new study published in the European Heart Journal Monday finds that being overweight increases your risk of coronary heart disease , even if you are otherwise considered healthy, destabilizing the common conception that someone can be "fat but fit." "Our findings suggest that if a patient is
Study suggests you cannot be 'fat but fit'
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new research that suggests people who carry extra weight have an increased risk of heart disease even if they are otherwise healthy.
Robert Yancy, only child of singer Natalie Cole, dies at 39
Natalie Cole's only child, Robert Yancy, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 39
The science behind what causes stress
Plus, health coach and authors Amy Kurtz and Angela Benton demonstrate the effect stress can have, using the "GMA" audience.
Report finds men are having fewer strokes, but women are not
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the findings of a 15-year study that found the stroke rate for men had declined significantly, while it remained the same for women.
Arizona dogged by suit over quality of health care in prison
Arizona has been dogged by a lawsuit that alleged the state provides shoddy health care for prisoners