How to make celeb chef Marcus Samuelsson's spring chicken salad recipe

(NEW YORK) -- Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson shared an original, seasonal salad recipe on Read More

The downside of squeaky-clean skin: Why you’ve probably been washing your face wrong

(NEW YORK) --Dr. Whitney Bowe, the author of "The Beauty of Dirty Skin," shared with "Good Morning America" her top tips for clear skin from her new book. Here, the medical director of integ... Read More

Could caffeine be good for your heart?

(NEW YORK) -- How do you take your caffeine? Caffeine is a stimulant that has been linked to improving how your brain functions. No wonder it is one of the most widely used drugs on the planet. The most common forms of caffeinated beverages include c... Read More

Ketamine shows promise for fast-acting help with depression, suicidal thoughts: Study

(NEW YORK) -- Ketamine, often associated with street drug "Special-K" and also a hospital-grade anesthetic, could be a breakthrough, fast-acting therapy for major depression in a nasal spray form, according to a new study.

People with depr... Read More

35 reported cases of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce: CDC

(NEW YORK) -- Contaminated chopped romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona, is likely to blame for the E. Coli outbreak that has infected 35 people across 11 states, including 22 hospitalizations, according to the CDC.

"Consumers anywhere i... Read More

Teacher who lost 100 pounds now running to the Boston Marathon finish line

(BOSTON) --  Among the thousands of people running the Boston Marathon today is man who just five years ago weighed 100 pounds more than he does now and could not run more than two minutes at a time.

Andy Bell, of Lewisberry, Pennsylv... Read More

Girls born to obese moms far more likely to start puberty early, study finds

(NEW YORK) -- Girls born to obese mothers are more likely to start puberty early than daughters of normal-weight or underweight mothers, new research finds.

The study, published today in the American Journal of Epidemiology, invol... Read More

No, you can't tell "in your bones" if it's going to rain

(NEW YORK) --  If you're not one of those people yourself, chances are you know someone who insists they can tell if it's going to rain thanks to a bum knee or a trick elbow.

Sorry to inform you, however: researchers from Read More

Blind bride details how 'extremely difficult' it is planning her 'fairy tale' wedding

(NEW YORK) -- A blind bride is planning her wedding despite how "extremely difficult" it's been without being able to see, among other things, her wedding gown.

Stephanie Agnew became engaged to Robert Campbell last Christmas when he dropp... Read More

Celebrity bridal designer Amsale Aberra who passed away from cancer last week lives on through tribute show

(NEW YORK) --  A tribute was held for the late celebrity bridal designer Amsale Aberra at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City.

The designer, who's dressed brides such as Jessica Alba, Ayesha Curry and Hilaria Baldwin, passed away... Read More

Family of newborn taken after birth sues hospital, Native American tribe

(KENDALL, Fla.) -- The family of a newborn who was taken from a hospital after she was born is suing the Native American tribe who sent an officer to take her as well as the hospital, which they claim was negligent in allowing the infant to be discha... Read More

Tearful mom describes joy of seeing colorblind son experience ‘everything in Technicolor’

(MARIETTA, Ga.) -- A colorblind boy’s new special glasses instantly made his world brighter and, for the first time, full of color.

Cameron Fink and his mother, Erin Fink, joined "Good Morning America" Friday from their home in Marie... Read More

Here are the people most likely to use marijuana based on their professions, study says

(NEW YORK) -- People can now buy marijuana for medical use in 29 states and the District of Columbia, and eight states have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Should employers be worried about safety hazards of marijuana use both on and off th... Read More

Bride with stage 4 cancer enjoys 'beautiful' wedding despite doctors' urging her to push up the date

(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- Despite being urged by doctors to do otherwise, one bride battling stage 4 cancer kept her wedding date because it had a special meaning for her.

Laurin and Michael Bank wed on March 24, which was also the couple's thir... Read More