New York state mom Marina Williams says she's not part of the anti-vaccination movement, but seeks a religious exemption instead.
A woman in Colorado died on Friday, nine months after doctors removed her kidneys following a misdiagnosis of cancer.
Pamment says the support he received while posting about his weight-loss journey on social media was "overwhelming."
A 7-year-old boy in South Carolina was on a mission to save his father when his former elementary school teacher found him biking along a busy highway and offered to help.
The man, who is in his 80s, told paramedics he was on the ground for seven days before the UPS driver found him.
The arctic temperatures with whole body cryotherapy reportedly help improve blood flow and reduce pain and inflammation.
"I truly don’t think he was getting off on it, BUT it is his job to be aware that this is vulnerable for a woman," Silverman wrote of the troubling experience.
The vape pen the man was using tore his carotid artery when it exploded. He was just weeks away from his 25th birthday.
After a series of panic attacks and reaching more than 400 pounds at his highest weight, Walt Howington started exercising and eating a healthier diet. It changed his life.
Jennifer Jones, the first African-American Radio City Rockette, was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer after a routine colonoscopy. Now she's hoping to raise awareness and encourage people to get screened.
More than 17 million people plan to call out of work on Monday with “Super Bowl Fever," according to a survey. This is why the day after the big game can be a tough one.
Harmony Grant said she was "utterly shocked" when she took a tampon out of its plastic applicator and discovered a metal hook stuck inside the cotton.
Tray Sullivan's daughter, Arden MacPhee, was diagnosed with kidney cancer four years apart. “It was like getting struck by lightning twice," she says.
Kimberly Thompson's turning point with her weight started when she began to struggle to fit into her favorite shirt and 3XL tops were getting tight on her.
"Life as you know it will never be the same again," read the first text message Robin Brockelsby received from a stalker. The stalking lasted for two years.
Shellie Nichol Chandar, who has multiple sclerosis, believes she was targeted after parking in a handicap-accessible spot because her disability isn't obvious.
A Los Angeles doctor is facing off with the Medical Board of California over the revocation of his medical license for prescribing a 5-year-old boy medical marijuana to treat ADHD and bipolar disorder, without properly evaluating him.