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Approximately 45 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses to correct their vision-and most of them go years without a problem. But contact lenses are not without their risks, some potential...
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Social media star Sjana Elise demonstrates a yoga workout that will help reduce stress and decrease anxiety. Watch the video and follow along.
Yoga handstands and forearm stands build strength and are a lot of fun-but they're tricky to master. Instagram star Sjana Elise shows you strength-building exercises that will help you do them too.
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) - The Latest on the shooting of a judge outside an Ohio courthouse (all times local):
Get more fiber-rich barley in your life - it fills you up, aids in weight loss and gut health. Watch the video.
Contacts are totally safe when used properly. Watch the video to learn how to improve your vision with contacts the healthy way.
Watch the video to learn why we love Serena Williams so much.
Smartphone owners who replace smashed screens at third party outlets could be at risk of having their devices hacked, a study has revealed. Researchers at the University of the Negev have shown that replacement screens for Android smartphones can be manipulated to steal personal information and take control of a repaired device. The attack, which is almost undetectable, can be used to "severely compromise" a victims' smartphone, the researchers said. It works through a malicious chip that is embedded within the replacement display. The chip can be applied to the screen with relative ease and then used to hack into the phone. The researchers demonstrated the attack by...
The U.S. has been at odds for months over its 16-year involvement in Afghanistan
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Being a kid in the summer is all about playing outside, but if you don't protect him or her from the sun's UV rays, the consequences can be serious. Just one blistering sunburn during childhood c...
Many areas of the United States will experience a total eclipse of the sun on Monday, August 21, 2017, but there are some important safety concerns when it comes to experiencing an eclipse. A total solar eclipse will start in Oregon and stretch across the country all the way to South Carolina -- find out if you are in the eclipse's path of totality HERE -- with most people getting to see a partial eclipse. According to NASA, the only safe way to look at the sun during this event with special-purpose solar filters, commonly called "eclipse glasses" or a hand-held solar viewer.
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Banana 'nice cream' is blowing up for a reason. The frozen treat tastes as rich as regular ice cream, but it's made with clean ingredients only.
Watch this video to learn how to make these orange and vanilla popsicles, which combine tart citrus with a creamy base.
Paying three bucks for a cup of coffee several times a day can blow a college student's budget pretty quickly. Over two semesters, your java habit will run you about $1,260-and that's without any...
A prominent actor and Donald Trump supporter resurfaced an old campaign accusation involving late Senator Robert Byrd.
With Monday's total solar eclipse rapidly approaching, Americans are running out of time to prepare for the much-hyped event-the first time since 1979 that people in the continental U.S. will be ...
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Artificial sweeteners and fake sugars are being consumed by kids at an alarming rate of 200 percent more times than they used to just a few years ago. The Doctors investigate!
Dr. Travis Stork continues to share important information from his new book, "The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life," and now he's tackling the question of where you should be getting your probiotics from - supplements or food? Dr. Stork explains that most studies are unsure and that it's a big "maybe." He says people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or traveler's diarrhea could benefit from probiotic supplements, but he questions the cost of the pills. As for Dr. Stork, he prefers to get his probiotics from his foods, saying his go-to is yogurt.
14-year old Jordan's life was forever changed when he was intentionally attacked by a stranger so it could be posted on Snapchat. The teen and his father Ed join The Doctors to share their horrifying story and how they are trying to turn Jordan's horrible experience into something positive. After being sucker punched in the head by someone he had never met, Jordan had to be airlifted to Children's Hospital Los Angeles with a brain bleed.
The campaign, which promotes the HIV prevention pill PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), is taking a bold approach with the slogans, "Expletive without fear" and "fearless expletive." To better understand this controversial approach, Dr. Robert Bolan the chief medical officer at the Los Angeles LGBT center and the Director of Advocacy & Policy Research Dr. Adam Cohen of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation join The Doctors. Watch: Father Injects Son with HIV!
Due to the amount of false medical news that tends to circulate online, we brought in the help of Dr. Melissa Zimdars, Assistant Professor of Communications at Merrimack College, to share tips on how to decipher when the story you are reading is real or not.
Despite a year-long controversy over how EpiPen auto-injectors are priced, the life saving allergy medication is still far from cheap. EpiPen was back in the news on Thursday when drug maker Myl...
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Watch the video to learn how to make this delicious vegetable lasagna. Whether you're a vegetarian or not you can't miss out on this cheesy, veggie-filled dish.
Watch the video to see the heartwarming story behind this bride's wedding.
Getting children ready to head back to class often brings a flurry of activity: ticking items off the classroom supply list, checking the school calendar for key dates, and picking up new clothes...
Moms' motto: Always be prepared, right? Jen Jones' genius tactic for handling the daily carpool makes that a cinch.
Ruth Wilson says it was a group of women she found on Facebook that helped her trace the bizarre symptoms she was experiencing-severe migraines, inexplicable weight gain, the constant taste of me...
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No doubt about it: If you're using sunscreen properly, you're going to go through a lot of it over the course of the summer. Let's do the math. It takes a full ounce to cover your body and you ne...
If you were hoping to learn the calorie count for the pepperoni pizza on the menu at one of New York City's chain pizzerias next week, you might be out of luck. The Food and Drug Administration (...
If you were hoping to learn the calorie count for the pepperoni pizza on the menu at one of New York City's chain pizzerias next week, you might be out of luck. The Food and Drug Administration f...
You may have noticed trans fats in the ingredients of your groceries, but what exactly are they and how do they affect your health?
Pop-culture depictions of female masturbation are on the upswing these days, but roughly 1 in 5 still women say they have never masturbated. Watch the video to learn why some women refrain from giving themselves a hand.
Almost half the sodium in the American diet comes from just 10 foods. Some of them, such as cheese, pizza, and salty snacks, are obvious. But sometimes sodium hides where you least expect it-and ...
Most Americans, including older adults, consume too much salt-or more accurately, sodium-than they should. In fact, a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that...
It has often been questioned if there is a link between cell phone usage and brain tumors. Find out if there is any actual correlation to the two.
Michael and Heather gained notoriety after a video of them playing an expletive-laced prank on their children went viral.