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Hospital develops iPhone app to screen for postpartum depression
Women now have a new tool to screen themselves for postpartum depression and it fits in the palm of their hand. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston have developed a free iPhone app for woman to use during and after pregnancy to see where they fall on the spectrum of the symptoms
Trump warns McCain: 'I fight back'
ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd and "The View" co-host Meghan McCain analyze President Trump's response to Sen. John McCain's fiery speech about nationalism and Trump's apparent reversal on health care subsidies.
Ethics report says NY lawmaker's actions warrant review
Congressional investigators say there is a "substantial reason to believe" Republican Rep. Chris Collins of New York shared non-public information about a drug company he had a major financial stake in.
Princess Kate pregnant with 3rd child: What to know about hyperemesis gravidarum
Princess Kate is pregnant with her third child and suffering from the same condition that struck in her first two pregnancies: hyperemesis gravidarum . Kate was forced to cancel a scheduled engagement today due to her health, Kensington Palace said in a statement announcing Kate’s pregnancy. Read
NFL retakes control of brain research as touted alliance ends
LONDON -- Since announcing a $100 million commitment to concussion research last year, the NFL has funded just one study examining chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, the brain disease that has shaken pro football. But that study isn't focused on football players. It's focused on jockeys. The
Roger Goodell talks national anthem, Ezekiel Elliott at Q&A session
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- While NFL commissioner Roger Goodell considers the national anthem a "special moment" and a "point of pride," he wants to respect the rights of players across the league to sit during the anthem as a form of protest. Goodell voiced his feelings during a question-and-answer
Goodell talks national anthem, Elliott at Q&A session
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- While NFL commissioner Roger Goodell considers the national anthem a "special moment" and a "point of pride," he wants to respect the rights of players across the league to sit during the anthem as a form of protest. Goodell's feelings were voiced during a question-and-answer
Groundbreaking study demonstrates promise and controversy of gene editing in embryos
In a groundbreaking experiment, an international team of scientists on Wednesday officially reported the successful elimination of a genetic disease from human embryos. It’s potentially a huge step for medicine -- but also a controversial one. While these embryos, which a team led by researchers at
Resources for Suicide Prevention, Mental Illness Concerns, Helping Parents Cope
As part of a "20/20" report airing on Friday, Aug. 4, we wanted to provide viewers with information about suicide prevention and other resources for mental health concerns or for those who are interested in learning more: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Trained crisis workers are
Woman, 62, saves her 2-year-old granddaughter's life through kidney donation
A 2-year-old Alabama girl has a new lease on life thanks to a kidney donation from her 62-year-old grandmother, who was a perfect match. Wryn Graydon of Moody, Alabama, was diagnosed at 2 months old with congenital nephrotic syndrome, a rare kidney disorder that the National Institutes of Health