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High school football player who beat cancer says it was a team effort

(JENKS, Okla.) -- As a member of his Oklahoma high school football team, Jackson Lilly says he learned that success on the field depends on an all-out team effort.

Off the field, the 17-year-old junior at Jenks High School in Jenks, Oklaho... Read More

Second lawsuit filed against fertility clinic with freezer tank malfunction

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- A second putative class action lawsuit against a San Francisco fertility clinic was filed Thursday by a California couple who say their embryos were destroyed by a freezer tank failure at the clinic.

The proposed class actio... Read More

Bride honors late mother by wearing her wedding dress in now-viral photo shoot

(CAMERON PARK, Calif.) -- One bride decided to honor her late mother with a photo shoot in which she wore her mother's vintage wedding dress.

As a child, Shelby Sander always imagined trying on wedding dresses with her mom. But when her mo... Read More

For kids who get their tonsils removed, age might matter more than weight, study says

(NEW YORK) -- When kids are promised that after they get their tonsils out, they can have all the ice cream they want, it's actually a quiet way for doctors to fight post-surgical dehydration. But what other complications might await children, depend... Read More

Elevated twists on Irish classics for St. Patrick's Day

(SAN DIEGO) -- Irish-American celebrity chef and restaurateur Brian Malarkey shared his modern twists on Irish classics to serve this St. Patrick's Day.

Channeling his Irish heritage, Malarkey developed the following festive recipes from s... Read More

CDC says missing worker had recently received promotion

(ATLANTA) -- An Atlanta-area Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) employee who disappeared over a month ago did receive a promotion, the agency said, seemingly contradicting previous reports from police.

In a statement Monday, ... Read More

USDA withdraws animal welfare regulation for organic farms, sparking backlash

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture has withdrawn regulations that would have required higher production standards for organic livestock and poultry beginning in May -- known as the animal welfare rule -- a move animal rights groups co... Read More

Teen shares how she cleared her severe acne using cheap products

(NEW YORK) -- After spending years suffering from severe acne, a teen said she was finally able to clear up her skin using cheap and mostly natural products.

After her striking before-and-after photos soon went viral, Karina Banuelos, 17, ... Read More

Drug-related deaths are up more than 600 percent over 35 years, study shows

(NEW YORK) -- It’s been a grim 35 years in the battle against substance abuse, according to a new analysis.

Overall, the study found the rise was more than 600 percent in deaths related to drug use in the U.S., between 1980 to 2014 -... Read More

Why the US spends more on healthcare than other countries, but doesn't fare better: Study

(NEW YORK) -- Americans pay more for health care and get fewer results, according to a new analysis.

The U.S. spends more money than any other country on healthcare, yet life expectancy is shorter, obesity is higher, and the rate of matern... Read More

Teacher's 'mental wellness' book wish list results in more than 300 books donated

(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Tina DuBrock has been a teacher for 15 years.

After watching recent tragedies like the Florida school shooting that left 17 dead, DuBrock said she felt for the first time that she needed to do even more to build her stude... Read More

'He's an incredible warrior:' Meet the rare cancer survivor cycling to raise funds for a cure

(NEW YORK) -- A survivor of a rare form of cancer, who had part of his leg amputated as well as undergone radiotherapy, chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, did not let any of those factors stop him from leading a team of bikers this weekend at an ev... Read More

Fidget spinners pose choking, burn hazards for children: EU report

(NEW YORK) -- The widely popular toys fidget spinners have been flagged on a recent European Union list of dangerous products. The European Commission released the report saying the toys pose several risks to children.

Many fidget spinners... Read More

Erin Andrews spreads awareness about cervical cancer: What you should know

(NEW YORK) -- In 2018, more than 13,000 women could be diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer and more than 4,000 women could die from it, according to estimates from the American Cancer Society -- and it is often preventable with the regular screen... Read More