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Amid impeachment, House Democrats push measure to lower the cost of prescription drugs

(WASHINGTON) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Wednesday that later in the day the House would debate and then vote Thursday on a bill that she said would reduce prescription drug costs, the latest example of Democrats drawing attention to their legislative efforts while they pursue impeachment."I have seen grown…... Read More

Woman's viral Facebook post on losing family member to overdose touches thousands

(ANN ARBOR, Mich.) --  A family who lost someone they love to a drug overdose is sharing their story in hopes of helping others who may be struggling with addiction.On June 1, Christopher Pennington of Ann Arbor, Michigan, died. The 35-year-old father of two faced addiction before ultimately overdosing.Pennington's family…... Read More

Baby Boomers aren't actually lonelier than previous generations

(NEW YORK) -- In contrast to media reports in recent years about a crisis of increasing isolation and loneliness in the United States, called an "epidemic" by the former surgeon general, new research indicates that's not necessarily true -- at least for Baby Boomers."That the narrative appears false for older…... Read More

White Castle issues voluntary recall of some burgers due to possible listeria contamination

(NEW YORK) -- White Castle has issued a voluntary recall of a "limited number" of its frozen six-pack cheeseburgers, frozen six-pack hamburgers, frozen six-pack jalapeno cheeseburgers and 16-pack hamburgers and 16-pack cheeseburgers due to a "possible presence" of listeria, according to the Food and Drug Administration.The FDA said on Friday…... Read More

'Bachelorette' star diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder

(NEW YORK) -- Former Bachelorette Ashley Hebert Rosenbaum has revealed that her husband, J.P. Rosenbaum, has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare neurological disorder.Hebert Rosenbaum shared on Instagram that Rosenbaum is in treatment and "doing well."Meanwhile, Rosenbaum said on his Instagram story that he hopes his symptoms have plateaued,…... Read More

Beyoncé talks 'pain and loss' and how motherhood is reshaping her priorities

(NEW YORK) -- After Beyonce was shut out at the Emmy Awards this year following four nominations for her Homecoming concert film, her fans -- aka "the Beyhive" -- screamed that she was robbed.But Queen Bey says because of the obstacles she endured becoming a mother, success is no longer…... Read More

Athlete who helped Ice Bucket Challenge go viral has died

(BOSTON) -- Peter Frates, the man who championed the viral Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has died."Peter Frates. A husband to Julie, a father to Lucy, a son to John and Nancy, a brother to Andrew and Jennifer, Pete passed…... Read More

Supreme Court lets Kentucky abortion ultrasound law stand

(WASHINGTON) -- A contested Kentucky law requiring a physician to display and describe a fetal ultrasound to patients seeking abortions has survived an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.Without explanation or notable dissent, the justices declined to take up the case brought by a Kentucky abortion provider, EMW Women's Surgical,…... Read More

Delilah opens up about son's 2017 suicide and her healing process

(NEW YORK) -- Radio icon Delilah opens up about her life off-air and the inspiration behind her new book, "One Heart at a Time."Delilah recently spoke out about embracing her faith following the death of her son two years ago.The much-loved radio personality's 18-year-old son Zachariah died by suicide in…... Read More

'Weaning parties' could be the next big thing in parenting

(NEW YORK) -- Parents have all sorts of parties to celebrate, well, parenting. When baby showers for any child beyond the first became taboo, then came the "sprinkle" -- a baby shower celebrating children born after the first child. The next parent party trends included the "gender reveal," the "babymoon,"…... Read More

Babies born to mothers using WIC are 33% less likely to die in first year of life: Study

(NEW YORK) -- The children of low-income mothers who benefit from the federal government's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children are one-third less likely to die during their first year of life than babies born to mothers without WIC benefits, according to a new study.The study, published…... Read More