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A third of US adults say they or someone they know has used fertility treatments: Study

(NEW YORK) -- Forty years after the first ever “test tube baby” Louise Joy Brown was born, 33 percent of American adults report using fertility treatment or knowing someone who used fertility treatment to have a baby, according to a new study.Born as a result of in-vitro fertilization, or IVF,…... Read More

Woman stung 200 times after being swarmed by thousands of killer bees expected to survive

(LOS ANGELES) -- It was a scene straight out of a horror movie -- a woman covered from head to toe in a shroud of angry killer bees.They attack her eyes and nose, crawling into her mouth when she opens it to scream. The stings only intensify as she tries…... Read More

Less than half of US school districts test drinking water for lead: Report

(WASHINGTON) -- Only 43 percent of school districts in the United States test for lead in drinking water used by students in 2016 or 2017, according to a federal government report released Tuesday.The report from the Government Accountability Office also found that of the 43 percent of school districts that…... Read More

1-year-old boy dies after being left in stifling hot car for over 8 hours

(PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.) -- A 1-year-old boy died after being left in a stifling hot car for over 8 hours, officials said.The 17-month-old was found in a car in a Pembroke Pines, Florida, parking lot Friday, Pembroke Pines Sgt. Adam Feiner told ABC News Saturday, adding that he’d been there…... Read More

Dr. Whitney Bowe answers all of your bug spray questions

(NEW YORK) -- While it can be hard to navigate the evolving world of insect repellent and know what chemicals are safe to be lathering on your children, it's also imperative that you remember the bug spray if your family is spending time outdoors this summer.Everyone knows mosquito bites can…... Read More

Where states stand on legalizing recreational and medical marijuana

(NEW YORK) -- While marijuana is illegal under federal law, a patchwork of state laws across the country determines where you can and cannot legally smoke pot.Vermont’s law legalizing the recreational use of marijuana went into effect on July 1.After Oklahoma’s ballot initiative, the legalization of both medical and recreational…... Read More

Girl with 3-D hand closing in on goal of throwing out the first pitch at all 30 MLB stadiums

(HENDERSON, Nev.) -- Hailey Dawson is on a mission.The 8-year-old from Henderson, Nevada, wants to be the first person to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums across the US.And, she's well on her way: On Thursday, she took the mound at Fenway Park, donning…... Read More

Ebola survivors suffer 'severe' neurological and psychiatric effects, new study finds

(NEW YORK) -- People who survive Ebola may suffer "severe" neurological and psychiatric problems long after they recover from the virus, according to a new study published Wednesday.Some cases of "post-Ebola syndrome" were so debilitating that the individual was left unable to participate in family life or even care for…... Read More

FDA hosts public meeting to make case for oversight on lab-grown meat

(WASHINGTON) -- In the first steps of introducing a new class of so-called "slaughter-free" meat, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will host a public meeting on Thursday to discuss the phenomenon surrounding lab-grown meat, also referred to as “cultured meat” or “in vitro meat.”Lab-grown meat is exactly what it…... Read More

Roe v. Wade could face legal challenge with new SCOTUS: National Women’s Law Center

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump's appointment of a new, conservative Supreme Court justice could have a major impact on a number of federal laws, but pro-abortion rights groups fear Roe v. Wade could be one of the biggest to be overturned.The landmark abortion case has been the law of the land…... Read More

Why the boys freed from a Thai cave can't have their favorite meals yet

(NEW YORK) -- Before a complicated rescue freed 12 boys and their coach, who were trapped inside a Thailand cave, the boys had written letters to their families requesting rich, home-cooked meals when they got out.So far, doctors have only allowed them to have bland, low-calorie foods in order to…... Read More