Florida Family Claims Samsung Galaxy Note7 Phone Set Their Jeep Ablaze
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories of the day.
Study Reveals New Medication to Fight High Cholesterol
That was fantastic. Health headline now for the 70 million Americans with high cholesterol. A new kind of drug may help lower the cholesterols of those who can't take statins because of the side effects. As many as 1 in 5 people who take statins will stop because of mussel pain or weakness. They
Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test
Part 3: Howard Sklamberg of the FDA said only "a very small percentage" of drugs are actually from Canada.
New Cholesterol Drug Could Cut the Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke
FDA could approve injectable treatment for people that have been on statins but have not been able to lower their cholesterol.
High-Cholesterol Food Warning May Be Scrapped
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser reports the latest news on a potentially major change in nutritional guidelines.
Big Changes in Cholesterol Guidelines
And now to breaking news tonight on your health. And cholesterol. Late word today about the warnings we've all heard, telling us to avoid foods that are high in cholesterol. Well, are those warnings about to be modified significantly? Here's ABC's linsey Davis now. Reporter: Early word tonight that
New Study Downplays Aspirin's Role in Preventing Heart Trouble
Any potential benefits of the medication may be offset by additional risks.
Medical Breakthrough Could Combat Heart Disease
To medical news and possible breakthrough in the fight against heart attacks. The leading killer in this country. Researchers have made a discovery that could lead to the first new drugs to combat heart disease in decades and ABC's chief health and medical editor Dr. Richard Besser, I know you're
New Statin Guidelines to Prevent Heart Disease
Study suggests millions more Americans could be prescribed statins to control cholesterol.
The Long Journey to Becoming '10% Happier'
Part 1: How an on-air panic attack led ABC's Dan Harris to dive into America's self-help subculture.