Four nurses stayed with a mother in labor while a tornado ripped the hospital walls off. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
The letter Jacki Monaco wrote was fraught with emotion. "Dear food," it began. "You have been my dearest friend and my most painful enemy."
On a training trip to Florida, Fit Nation member Tabitha McMahon realized that she feared giving up control.
Three-month-old Elayna Nigrelli has redefined what it means to be a miracle baby. She was born while her mother was technically dead.
In the battle against cancer, one video game is taking the deadly disease head-on. And some young patients are the winners.
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Tears flowed and hugs were traded on Thursday in an Oklahoma maternity ward as four nurses saw for the first time the baby whose birth they helped safeguard during a direct hit by Monday's tornado.
For the millions of Americans with severe life-threatening food allergies, dining out can feel like a minefield.
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Jackie MacDougall, executive editor of TheRickilakeshow.com talks about her own decision to have a double mastectomy.
It seems that anytime Brad Pitt speaks, the world stops to listen, and his latest interview with Esquire has been no exception.
All of the patients at Moore Medical Center survived the city's devastating tornado, thanks to one emergency room physician's plan.
It's practically unheard of in the United States and most Western countries. But it's a terrible occurrence in a culture where a woman's status and dignity is decided by her ability to provide a husband with multiple children.
Parents already on court notice to provide medical care for their children have been charged with third-degree murder in the death of their infant son, Philadelphia authorities announced Wednesday
Kaiba Gionfriddo suffered from a rare obstruction in his lungs called bronchial malacia and stopped breathing daily. He was three months old when doctors tried an experiment using a "body part" created on a 3-D printer.