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Hornets coach Clifford back to work after sleep deprivation
Hornets coach Steve Clifford returned to practice following a 21-game absence due to headaches caused by sleep deprivation.
Nearly 50 people fall sick on Royal Caribbean cruise ship
Nearly 50 people have fallen sick on a cruise ship that departed from Baltimore last week, delaying its return
Correction: Alternative Remedies-Oversight story
In a story Dec. 18 about U.S. crackdown on homeopathic medicines, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Food and Drug Administration ordered the maker of Zicam to stop marketing several nasal products in 2009. The company voluntarily recalled the products after the FDA issued it a
Serena Williams reaches out to other moms for help with baby Alexis' teething pain
Even 23-time Grand Slam singles champion Serena Williams was at a loss over how to help her baby, Alexis, through teething pain. Admitting she was "stressed," the new mom reached out to fellow mommies on Instagram Sunday. "Teething- aka the devil - is so hard. Poor Alexis Olympia has been so
More than 200 passengers aboard Royal Caribbean ship stricken with stomach virus
About 220 passengers aboard a five-night Caribbean cruise, slated to return to Ft. Lauderdale Saturday morning, suffered from a gastro-intestinal illness over the past week, Royal Caribbean announced. "Independence of the Seas is currently on a 5-night Caribbean cruise, which departed Port
10 members of Philadelphia family sickened on Royal Caribbean cruise
A honeymoon vacation turned into a nightmare for one family when 10 members caught a norovirus while abroad a seven-day cruise to the Bahamas, the affected Philadelphia newlyweds said. Ashley Morris said she, her husband, her two children, her parents, nieces and sister-in-law were sickened while
Friday Rewind: North Korea conducts another nuclear test
Take a look at this week's top stories, including rising tensions between North Korea and the U.S. after Pyongyang tested another ballistic missile.
Man told 911 he thought he killed wife after taking too much cold medicine
Matthew Phelps is charged with one count of murder for allegedly fatally stabbing his wife, Lauren Phelps.
Newlywed accused of killing his wife due in court
Matthew Phelps, 28, told a 911 dispatcher that he took too much cold medicine and woke up to find his wife, Lauren Phelps, 29, "dead on the floor."
Rise in calls to poison control centers related to dietary supplements
A new report finds that calls to Poison Control Centers as a result of dietary supplements exposure has risen by almost 50 percent, and most incidents involve young children.