(NEW YORK) -- With news of rising suicide rates, there is a growing movement to remove the stigma associated with mental health throughout the nation.That effort includes college campuses, where previous national studies showed that 11 pe...

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BY: DR. AMITHA KALAICHANDRAN (NEW YORK) -- Epidiolex, a medication formulated from a cannabidiol (CBD) substance derived from the marijuana plant was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for children and adults over...

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BY: DR. KARINE TAWAGI and PETRINA CRAINE (NEW YORK) -- Working at 36,000 feet may come with a medical issue: flight attendants could be at an increased cancer risk compared to those of us who don’t fly as often, a new study find...

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(SAN FRANCISCO) -- A San Francisco woman caught on video threatening to call the police on an 8-year-old African American girl is now facing a boycott of her cannabis business.Multiple marijuana dispensaries in the Bay Area have publicly...

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BY: DENISE POWELL, M.D. CANDIDATE (NEW YORK) -- While many people often consider music a universal language, a recent Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study done in Beijing shows that it may help...

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(NEW YORK) -- Lawyer Briana Williams will never forget the panic she felt when she went into labor during final exams at Harvard Law School.“I didn't want like, my water to break in class or something!” Williams, 24, told "The...

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(NEW YORK) -- You can buy drinks with caffeine to rev you up, and now you can also buy a drink with melatonin that says it will help you sleep. Som Sleep is making a splash in the wellness market as a drink that promises to promot...

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(AMARILLO, Texas) -- A Texas mother burst into tears when she saw her 1-year-old daughter could hear sound for the first time.The little girl was born unable to hear and doctors implanted a hearing device in May, but they did not activate...

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(NEW YORK) -- Mary Jane Gacono suffers from dementia, but her husband and daughter have developed routines to try to help jog her fading memory."Mary will say, 'There's a picture, who's that? Who is that?' and it's one of our children," h...

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(ATLANTA) -- A Georgia doctor, whose medical license was suspended after she was accused by patients of recording music videos during surgeries without their consent, says she was “safe” and the patients in her videos had agreed to partic...

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(NEW YORK) -- Another disease to blame on mosquitos, in addition to Zika, dengue, chikungunya? The list of viruses infecting humans through pesky mosquito bites continues to increase: Keystone virus has joined the ranks.What is Ke...

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(CHICAGO) -- A Chicago resident has been confirmed as the first person in Illinois this year to have contracted mosquito-borne West Nile virus, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.The woman, who is in her 60s, contracted...

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(NEW YORK) -- A government study found that chemicals found in drinking water around the country could pose risks to human health at lower levels than the government currently recognizes, potentially opening the door for more states to begin cleaning...

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(NEW YORK) -- Whether you're laid-back or energetic, there’s a workout fit for your personality."No matter your personality type, there is a workout for you, so no excuses," Dr. Tania Elliott, a New York-based allergist and preventi...

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