New Embassies Open Door to Cuba's Health Care Triumphs
As President Obama proclaimed diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba for the first time in 50 years, the World Health Organization (WHO) was simultaneously celebrating Cuba Wednesday as the first country ever to eliminate mother-to-child transmissions of HIV /AIDS and congenital
Rhode Island Finds Increase in STDs After Rise of Social Media Dating
Increases in the rates of three major sexually transmitted diseases in Rhode Island have led local health officials to warn that high-risk behaviors could be to blame, including the use of social media to “arrange casual and often anonymous sexual encounters." Among the statistics, HIV rates have
Map Breaks Down Most Distinctive Causes of Death for Each State
A new map has revealed the most distinctive causes of death for each state, from black lung in coal-heavy states to influenza in a few cold-weather states. The map was created by looking at the causes of death for each state, calculating the rate of death per capita, and then comparing them against
President Obama’s Full Speech at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
Criticized for his caution is now doing things his own ways. Find Gil in China he's issued immigration ordered we'll see how far you can take. Everybody. Welcome to the White House correspondents dinner. The night when Washington. Celebrates itself. Somebody's got to do it. And welcome to the
An Inside Look at Al Capone's Restored Mansion
Hey guys it's Roberts paid a producer at ABC news and I'm here at Al Capone mansion. On pump island in Miami Beach I'm here with mark my uncle Bruce the I got out about that let go to a not that they're Maggie recall that now let's call. We are gonna get a little bit of its four inside of Al
How a Now-Retracted Autism Study Went Viral -- Again
An autism study that was slammed by experts and retracted this week by its publisher is still alive and well on the Internet, thanks to what critics are calling a perfect storm of lax publishing standards. Experts say the lone study author played fast and loose with statistics to show a link
Hear the Chilling 911 Call After a NJ Bear Attack
Darsh Patel, 22, a Rutgers University student, was killed in the rare bear attack while hiking.
How New STD App Might Change Safe Sex Practices
When it comes to sex with a new partner, safety can be a huge concern –- but what if proving you're free of sexually transmitted diseases could be as easy as showing your partner your results on a smartphone? California-based company Healthvana's goal is for people to have easy access to their own
Performer Injured in Human Chandelier Collapse: 'We Will Never Be the Same'
Recovering circus performers speak for the first time since being hospitalized after plunge.
GMA LIVE (12.18.13)
ABC's Ginger Zee and Amy Robach check out this year's hottest toys for the holidays.