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Dramatic video shows Georgia officer resuscitating 29-day-old infant

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) -- A Georgia police officer is being called a hero after resuscitating a 29-day-old infant this past Friday.

Dramatic body camera video shows Officer William Eng, 46, of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, ... Read More

Jimmy Kimmel's son undergoes 'scheduled and successful' heart surgery, says rep

(LOS ANGELES) -- Jimmy Kimmel's infant son, Billy, has undergone a "scheduled and successful" heart surgery, according to a representative for his ABC show, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

The representative added that this week, the late-night host ... Read More

Mom sounds off on why she doesn't always respond to text messages

(NEW YORK) -- Tiffany Jenkins has a message for the friend who wants to know why she didn't respond immediately to her text message.

"Because I don't have to," she said.

It's that simple, according to Jenkins, who manages the bl... Read More

Doctors behind 1st US baby born from a uterus transplant describe the 'beautiful' medical milestone

(DALLAS) -- The doctors who helped deliver the first American baby born from a transplanted uterus opened up about the medical milestone, one of them telling ABC News, "this little boy will stay with us for our entire life."

"It was a beau... Read More

CVS to acquire Aetna for $69 billion

(NEW YORK) -- CVS Health has agreed to acquire Aetna in a deal that could shake up the health care industry.

The deal, which still requires approval by antitrust regulators, is worth about $69 billion at $207 per share.

CVS Health Presi... Read More

FDA approves first monthly injection to treat opioid addiction

(NEW YORK) -- Health officials approved a monthly injection to treat patients recovering from opioid addiction.

The drug, Sublocade, is the first monthly injectable form of buprenorphine, which is used to treat moderate to severe opioid us... Read More

Ten sets of twins take massive holiday photo on Santa Claus' lap

(CHICAGO) -- Ten sets of twins crowded onto Santa Claus' lap earlier this week, proving that Jolly Old St. Nick can truly multitask.

The mothers, all from the Chicago, Illinois area, are part of a group called the "Chicago Twin Moms," and ... Read More

Scarlet fever cases at a 50-year high in England

(LONDON) -- In England, scarlet fever hit its highest level in the past half-century.

More than 19,000 cases were reported in 2016, the highest level since 1967, according to The Lancet.

The disease rate had been risin... Read More

FDA approves first biosimilar for treatment of certain breast, stomach cancers

(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a first-of-its-kind drug for the treatment of breast or stomach cancer on Friday.
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Adding extra guacamole could boost online daters' popularity

(NEW YORK) -- For those who love guacamole, it might not hurt to mention it in their dating profiles. One site says the avocado dip could boost a would-be dater's chances of being noticed.

Zoosk, an online dating site, said it recently loo... Read More

Family, friends lace up sneakers for 100-year-old marathoner's birthday run

(NEW YORK) -- A Texas man recently celebrated a century of living, surrounded by family and friends.

But before the traditional cutting of the cake and blowing out the candles, 100-year-old Orville Rogers had one, simple request: That they all... Read More

Woman loses nearly 80 pounds by cooking meals at home in an Instant Pot for one year

(NEW YORK) -- A California woman lost 77 pounds in one year after she made a New Year’s resolution to cook all of her family’s meals at home.

"I turned to my husband and said for the first time, 'I'm considering weight loss surgery... Read More

USDA rolls back Obama-era school lunch requirements

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture has followed through on Secretary Sonny Perdue's proclamation earier this year to loosen regulations on school lunches put in place during the administration of President Barack Obama.

The... Read More

Dogs are smarter than cats, study finds

(NEW YORK) -- Dog owners now have scientific data to back them in the eternal debate over whether dogs really are smarter than cats.

A study led by a Vanderbilt University professor counted for the first time the number of cortical neurons... Read More