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Meet the teacher who lost 100 pounds, then ran the Boston Marathon
Andy Bell appears live on "GMA" to share his inspirational health journey and how he changed his life around and became a finisher at one of the world's most exclusive marathons.
'GMA' Hot List: Your DASH diet questions answered
Plus, the "American Idol" contestant who made Katy Perry swoon appears live on "GMA" with his girlfriend, and a new report sheds light on the best way to communicate with your dog.
Your DASH diet questions answered
Dr. Jennifer Ashton breaks down what to know about the wildly popular diet and answers some of "GMA" viewers' most commonly asked questions about it.
Georgia police arrest teacher barricaded in classroom
A teacher at a Georgia high school was arrested today after the individual apparently barricaded themselves in a classroom, police said.
Is breastfeeding good for Mom's heart?
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
'The Chew' star shares tips on heart-friendly foods
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Popular diet may reduce depression risk: Study
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on the study that found the DASH diet may help reduce the risk of depression.
What to know about SCAD, a leading cause of heart attacks for young women
The condition is "more common in women" and "can be fatal," Dr. Ashton said.
Smart devices like Apple watch can detect diabetes: Study
Medical data company Cardiogram claims that the Apple watch, and other smart devices like Fitbit, could be used to track signs of diabetes and other diseases.
Everyday noises may cause increased risk of heart disease: Experts
A new study finds loud noises can increase a person's risk of heart disease all. If it's such a quiet city researchers in Germany and Denmark found people often exposed to loud noises like traffic Jack campus concert. That's how familiar have higher rates of heart failure high blood pressure