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Tyler Robinson (NEW YORK) — An Illinois mom says it’s “wonderful” to have her daughter home with her after the 18-month-old spent more than 500 days in the hospital, first in the neonatal intensive care unit, and then, after her first birthday, in the pediatric intensive care unit. Autumn was born premature at 23 weeks […]

IMAGINESTOCK/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — New boosters for 5- to 11-year-olds are just weeks away from authorization, the vaccine chief at the Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Peter Marks, said Tuesday. While primary vaccines are already authorized for children 6 months and older, the FDA has yet to authorize the newly updated booster shots — […]

Isaac Lane Koval/Corbis/VCG (NEW YORK) — Cancer deaths in the United States are continuing to decline, according to a new report from the American Association for Cancer Research. The report, published Wednesday, found that deaths from cancer have decreased by 2.3% every year between 2016 and 2019. Overall, there has been a 32% reduction in […]

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ABC News (NEW YORK) — Robin Roberts is no stranger to facing adversity. She received a breast cancer diagnosis in 2007 and then a diagnosis of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a rare blood disorder that affects the bone marrow, five years later. Thankfully, her sister Sally-Ann was a virtually perfect match and she underwent a successful […]

Government Accountability Office (NEW YORK) — The Food and Drug Administration is warning parents and teens about “very unsafe” social media trends, including a recent one that has begun trending online involving cooking chicken in NyQuil. The challenge — which the FDA called “silly and unappetizing” and “very unsafe” — encourages people to cook chicken […]

AlasdairJames/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — An internal review of the Food and Drug Administration’s actions leading up to the infant formula crisis finds a combination of human error, antiquated technology, and poor communication and accountability amongst an already threadbare food workforce all contributed to a perfect storm of problems which exacerbated the supply shortage. The issue […]

ER Productions Limited/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — With doctor’s offices and pharmacies now offering seasonal flu shots and updated COVID-19 boosters, experts are urging Americans to get both, with many saying October is the best time. While experts say October may be an ideal window to boost immunity, they are also emphasizing the importance of […]

Sarah Rice/Getty Images, FILE (FLINT, Mich.) — Five years after a water crisis rocked Flint, Michigan, a significant number of residents are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or depression and some may be suffering from both conditions, a new study finds. Researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston surveyed a sample of […]

Jackyenjoyphotography/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — There are early signs that new monkeypox cases are slowing down in the U.S. Experts are optimistic that the virus can be completely eliminated from the U.S. While challenges remain, recent improvement in vaccination efforts could lead to complete elimination but it may take years, experts say. “Elimination is going […]

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