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San Francisco fertility clinic experiences cryostorage malfunction on same day as Cleveland hospital

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Last Sunday, a Cleveland fertility clinic experienced a rare refrigerator malfunction, potentially affecting thousands of its patients' eggs and embryos.

It turns out, on the very same day a San Francisco fertility clini... Read More

Postal workers injured by package with hazardous substance

(NEW YORK) -- Three United States Postal Service employees were hospitalized after coming in contact with a package containing an unknown hazardous substance at an upstate New York mail-sorting facility, according to the Albany County Fire Coordinato... Read More

Daylight saving time: Does it affect your health?

(NEW YORK) -- You’ve just lost an hour of sleep Sunday. Will it hurt you?

As the clock moves forward with the beginning of daylight saving time (DST), what was, for example, 5 a.m. was actually 6 a.m.

We lose an hour on th... Read More

Selfie accidents range from silly to deadly all over the world

(NEW YORK) -- About a year ago, Aurora Sheffel was standing on a log with friends at the South Jetty Park Beach in Oregon before she suddenly fell, become pinned under the log, and drowned.

In June 2016, DaMontez Jones accidentally shot hi... Read More

Study: Sleeping in rooms with any lighting can increase risk of depression

(NEW YORK) -- Exposure to light at night -- even at very low levels -- has been linked to an increased risk of depression, according to a study published this month in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

In general, nighttime li... Read More

St. Patrick's Day dishes that will make others green with envy

(NEW YORK) -- With St. Patrick's Day approaching, we found photogenic and festive green-food recipes to test in your own kitchen before the festivities on March 17.

From mint-green cupcakes to green smoothies and green shakshuka, these rec... Read More

Jessica Chastain gives $2000 for woman's fertility treatment

(NEW YORK) -- On International Women's Day, Jessica Chastain gave back to a woman who asked for help.

After Chastain had an exchange about feminism and abortion with Ka... Read More

Digital hacks to declutter your life

(NEW YORK) -- With spring cleaning on the horizon, Brit Morin, lifestyle expert and founder of Brit + Co, has tips for decluttering all of the old tech in your home.

Morin shared her digital solutions for what to do with everything from ol... Read More

Fridge malfunction at fertility clinic leaves 700 patients unsure of egg, embryo viability

(CLEVELAND) -- A fridge malfunction at a hospital in Cleveland has left more than 700 patients wondering if the eggs and embryos they froze at a fertility clinic are still usable.

University Hospitals said they were "incredibly sorry" abou... Read More

CDC announces recall of more than 20,000 pounds of chicken salad over Salmonella concerns

(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced a... Read More

'Fake news' on Twitter spreads faster, farther than truth, study finds

(NEW YORK) -- "Fake news" tweets making thousands of rounds on Twitter -- is it possible to track them?

A group of researchers believe they have and their study appears Thursday in the journal Science.

Beginning in Sept... Read More

As thousands of cheerleaders exposed, what to know about the mumps

(DALLAS) -- Texas health officials are warning the public that thousands of cheerleaders may have been exposed to mumps at a national competition in Dallas last month.

Competitors from 39 states and nine countries were present at the Natio... Read More

Breast cancer testing may need to be tailored by race: Study

(NEW YORK) -- When should women receive their first mammograms? The widely accepted current guideline says age 50. But that might not be early enough for some ethnic groups, according to new research.

A Harvard-based study published Wednes... Read More

Walt Disney Co. commits more than $100M to bring comfort to children and their families in hospitals

(NEW YORK) -- Robert A. Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of the Walt Disney Co., Wendesday announced an innovative plan to dedicate more than $100 million in company resources, including cash, products and services, to reinvent the patient ... Read More