Georgia medical board suspends doctor accused of filming videos during surgeries

(ATLANTA) -- A Georgia doctor who has been accused by patients of recording music videos during surgeries without their consent has been suspended by the state's medical board.

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New CDC report finds rise in suicide rates in most states

(ATLANTA) -- Suicide rates increased in nearly every state in 2016 with rates increasing more than 30 percent of half of states, according to a newly released report from the Centers for Disease Control.

The CDC says that more than 45,000 ... Read More

State trooper pulls over retired police officer who delivered him 27 years ago

(PISCATAWAY, N.J.) -- A New Jersey State trooper had a serendipitous reunion with the retired police officer who delivered him as a baby 27 years ago -- by pulling him over.

Trooper Michael Patterson had stopped the motorist, Matthew Baill... Read More

Infant formula could change gut bacteria, contribute to childhood obesity: Study

(NEW YORK) -- What an infant eats might have effects on later weight -- and it likely starts in the gut, according to a new study.

A new study shows that babies who were breast fed had different bacteria environments, or microbiomes, in th... Read More

Texas man recovering after he was bitten by rattlesnake he had just decapitated

(CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas) -- A Texas man is recovering after he was bitten in the hand by a rattlesnake he had just decapitated, ABC Corpus Christi affiliate KIII-TV reported.

Jennifer Sutcliffe and her husband were doing yard work at their ... Read More

'Look before you lock': Officials warn parents after 9 kids die from being left in hot cars

(NEW YORK) -- At least nine children across the U.S. have already died this year after they were left in hot cars -- and summer hasn't even started yet, according to a new report published by the National Safety Council Wednesday. Officials are conce... Read More

Non-drinkers as likely as heavy drinkers to miss more days of work, study says

(NEW YORK) -- The old adage "everything in moderation" looks like it applies to the balance between drinking and work, too.

A new study showed that people with more extreme drinking habits, on either end of the spectrum, are more likely to... Read More

Georgia doctor under fire for allegedly filming music videos in the operating room

(ATLANTA) -- A doctor in Georgia is facing backlash from patients who have accused her of using their bodies as props without their permission as she recorded music videos in the operating room.

"To see that video, with my flesh being cut ... Read More

What to know about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

(NEW YORK) -- For people suffering distress after experiencing a serious trauma, it can be hard to find any relief. Post traumatic stress disorder has been reported to feel like being trapped in a room without any exits and can cause trouble with eve... Read More

EPA announces renovations on 'Fixer Upper' violated lead paint rules

(WASHINGTON) -- The Environmental Protection Agency says it has settled with Magnolia Homes of the HGTV show "Fixer Upper" for violating rules related to lead-based paint.

Paint made with lead is no longer used in new homes but the EPA has... Read More

Put these easy-to-pack fitness finds in your luggage on your next trip

(NEW YORK) -- If you’re hitting the road this summer, you don’t have to leave your workout routine at home.

You also don’t have to leave your favorite clutch out of your luggage to make room for exercise gear, nor do you ... Read More

Nearly 70 percent with the most common breast cancer could skip chemo, study says

(NEW YORK) -- Women with one of the most common forms of breast cancer may not need to endure chemotherapy, a landmark new study published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine said.

The researchers hope the findings "greatly expan... Read More

Groom with cerebral palsy breaks down into tears at wedding, feared he'd never date due to disorder

(NEW YORK) -- A groom, who once hesitated telling his bride that he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy for fear she'd reject him, broke down into tears when he saw her walk down the aisle.

Justin Boisvert, who was born with the congenital d... Read More

4 more deaths reported from E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce: CDC

(NEW YORK) -- The outbreak of E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce killed five people and sickened 197 across 35 states, a new Center for Disease Control report says. Among those who fell ill, 89 people were hospitalized.

The first dea... Read More