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These are the best times to exercise to lose weight

(NEW YORK) -- The key to crushing your fitness goals may come down to something as simple as changing the time of your workout.

If you want to run faster and lift heavier, research shows you should hit that snooze button and workout in the... Read More

Wife of wounded veteran wrote book to explain amputations and injuries to children

(NEW YORK) -- “Someone told me daddy is gross. He isn’t gross. He is a hero,” said the oldest daughter of Michael Verardo, a wounded veteran who is missing a limb.

Verardo lost his leg in 2010 serving as an infantryman in... Read More

Even a mild head injury increases risk for Parkinson's disease, veterans study shows

(NEW YORK) -- A new study shows that even a mild head injury, commonly called a concussion, makes veterans more likely to get Parkinson's disease later on in life. This is the same type of injury suffered by many Americans on the sports field or in a... Read More

6-year-old boy grows out his hair for 2 years, donates 14 inches to kids in need

(RED OAK, Texas) -- One selfless 6-year-old has cut his long hair for kids in need.

Daniel Williams grew his hair out for two years so another child who's experiencing hair loss due to cancer, alopecia and other disorders, can have a wig. ... Read More

Pope Francis meets with father of terminally ill British baby denied further treatment

(LONDON) -- The father of a terminally-ill British baby who has been denied further treatment had a private audience with Pope Francis on Tuesday, during which he asked for help to save the child.

In a tweet by an Italian newspaper, Pope F... Read More

Here's why you need to start asking your doctor to check your blood pressure twice

(NEW YORK) -- Checking your blood pressure is a mainstay of every medical checkup. Now, there's some new medical advice on this seemingly mundane part of a wellness visit to the doctor.

So, what's the new medical advice?Read More

Opioid takedown in West Virginia and Michigan leads to dozens arrested

(HUNTINGTON, W.V.) -- More than a dozen people, including two major distributors, were arrested in a major crackdown on the opioid drug trade Tuesday in West Virginia and Michigan involving hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement officer... Read More

What to know about diverticulitis, after Sen. John McCain's surgery

(NEW YORK) -- On Monday, the office of Senator John McCain released a statement saying he was admitted to the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona and underwent surgery for diverticulitis.

The condition is very common in the United States and h... Read More

How to make celeb chef Marcus Samuelsson's spring chicken salad recipe

(NEW YORK) -- Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson shared an original, seasonal salad recipe on Read More

The downside of squeaky-clean skin: Why you’ve probably been washing your face wrong

(NEW YORK) --Dr. Whitney Bowe, the author of "The Beauty of Dirty Skin," shared with "Good Morning America" her top tips for clear skin from her new book. Here, the medical director of integ... Read More

Could caffeine be good for your heart?

(NEW YORK) -- How do you take your caffeine? Caffeine is a stimulant that has been linked to improving how your brain functions. No wonder it is one of the most widely used drugs on the planet. The most common forms of caffeinated beverages include c... Read More

Ketamine shows promise for fast-acting help with depression, suicidal thoughts: Study

(NEW YORK) -- Ketamine, often associated with street drug "Special-K" and also a hospital-grade anesthetic, could be a breakthrough, fast-acting therapy for major depression in a nasal spray form, according to a new study.

People with depr... Read More

35 reported cases of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce: CDC

(NEW YORK) -- Contaminated chopped romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona, is likely to blame for the E. Coli outbreak that has infected 35 people across 11 states, including 22 hospitalizations, according to the CDC.

"Consumers anywhere i... Read More

Teacher who lost 100 pounds now running to the Boston Marathon finish line

(BOSTON) --  Among the thousands of people running the Boston Marathon today is man who just five years ago weighed 100 pounds more than he does now and could not run more than two minutes at a time.

Andy Bell, of Lewisberry, Pennsylv... Read More