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What you need to know about carpal tunnel syndrome

(NEW YORK) -- Boston Red Sox Pitcher David Price is ready to return to the field this week after being diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition some speculated could be related to his affinity for the video game "Fortnite," ESPN reported. B... Read More

Why women are taking their eyes off the scale to get healthy

(NEW YORK) -- A grassroots exercise movement that encourages women to focus less on the scale and more on overall health started with a single photo posted by a fitness blogger.

Arianna Dantone shared a Read More

Could a blood test change how peanut allergies are diagnosed in kids?

(NEW YORK) -- A new blood test could potentially transform the way peanut allergies are diagnosed.

The test, called the mast activation test (MAT), is in early stages of testing and won’t be at your doctor’s office anytime soon... Read More

FEC approves first woman candidate to use campaign funds for childcare

(NEW YORK) -- A Congressional hopeful in New York became the first woman candidate for federal office allowed to use campaign funds for childcare after a decision by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Thursday.

Liuba Grechen Shirley, a ... Read More

One suspected death in new Ebola outbreak, officials say

(NEW YORK) -- One person is suspected to have died in a fresh outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo, officials said on Thursday.

Thus far, 11 suspected cases of haemorrhagic fever have been recorded, including two... Read More

Therapy dogs are helping children with autism stay calm at the dentist's office

(SANTIAGO, Chile) -- Visits to the dentist can be scary for any child, but can be especially trying for many children with autism. Some can be unsettled by lights in their faces, or overwhelmed by noises from dental equipment.

That's where... Read More

Army soldier grows ear in arm for reconstructive surgery

(EL PASO, Texas) -- A soldier who lost her ear in a 2016 car accident has a newly transplanted ear that was grown in her own arm, the Army said.

Plastic surgeons at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, performed the Army... Read More

Try this mother-daughter workout for Mother's Day

(NEW YORK) -- Working out with your mom or daughter can be a bonding experience that not only makes you healthier, but also gives you quality time together.

Just ask Denise and Katie Austin.

Denise Austin, 61, helped launch the ... Read More

Weight training can help shape the body and also the mind, studies show

(NEW YORK) -- Could lifting weights take a weight off the mind? Yes, said a newly published analysis of dozens of studies that looked at mood disorders.

Exercise can help improve symptoms of depression, the analysis found -- and not just a... Read More

Massive pollen cloud released from tree caught on video

(NEW YORK) -- Video of an impressive cloud of pollen dust in New Jersey is sure to spark fear among allergy sufferers everywhere.

Eric Henderson of Cumberland County shot video of the massive pollen release after he drove up to the tree w... Read More

Couple lied about cancer child in GoFundMe scam, police says

(NEW YORK) -- An upstate New York couple was arrested after a four-month police investigation revealed they allegedly duped kindhearted people out of thousands of dollars by creating a GoFundMe page asking for donations to help pay medical bills for ... Read More

New recommendations for prostate cancer screening

(NEW YORK CITY) -- What should men do about prostate cancer screening?

For years, men were urged to get a blood test looking for prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which can be elevated by prostate cancer. Then, in 2012, the United States Pr... Read More

Why kids should stay away from sports drinks

(NEW YORK CITY) -- Sweaty athletes are often seen in commercials reaching for a sports drink for rehydration or electrolyte replacement.

Yet many public health organizations are warning that sports drinks are a source of empty calories, ex... Read More

What parents should know about inappropriate content on YouTube

(NEW YORK) -- After multiple reports of inappropriate content on YouTube over the past year, “Good Morning America” wanted to take a closer look at the site. How often do kids end up seeing inappropriate content on the video platform? We ... Read More