When Kate Snow first heard from the Gordenstein family, one of their sons had overdosed twice in a week. Their update may offer hope to many others.
Nutrition expert and author Brooke Alpert debunks some classic wild wives tales, including food that can naturally reduce plaque and bacteria from your test, and which juice helps with muscle pain.
Face Value Comics is the first comic book series to star a hero with autism.
Clinical trials of a new experimental drug by Novartis suggest it could bring the greatest advance in protecting against heart failure in 25 years, a new study says.
Fitness expert and former professional boxer Laila Ali joins TODAY to bring awareness to childhood obesity, sponsored by the US Tennis Association.
A study in the journal "Addiction" found that the benefits of e-cigarettes outweigh their potential health risks. Plus, new research on dementia suggests depression may be a factor. Marlie Hall reports on the day's top health news.
Obese children are at nearly six times higher risk for hypertension than children who are normal weight, according to German study. Also, tea drinkers are likely to be healthier than coffee drinkers. Brian Webb has some of the day's top health stories.
Through her partnership with EngenderHealth, Academy Award winning
actress Mira Sorvino is bringing attention to the importance of improving maternal
health care and contraception access for women around the world.
On Friday, America s biggest retailer, Wal-Mart, opened two new clinics in Georgia, making a move to deliver primary care through its five thousand U.S. stores. NBC s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports
Officials warn nearly 20,000 people could become infected and stress the importance of educating the public on Ebola
A study shows that stimulating a specific part of the brain can boost memory function without surgery or drugs and could lead to new treatments for memory loss due to strokes or Alzheimer s disease.
Graham MacIndoe discusses how he captured his addiction to heroin through a portfolio of pictures
Dr. Sanjeev Kothare, director of the Pediatric Sleep Program at NYU Langone Medical Center, shares advice to help parents get their kids into a normal sleep schedule after summer break
The National Institutes of Health will start testing an experimental Ebola vaccine on healthy patients next week. Plus, researchers found that delivering an electric current to the brain can help improve memory. Alison Harmelin reports on the day's top health news.
A swallowed lithium battery damages a child's esophagus, leading to some remarkable corrective surgery. Doctors plan to use a piece of rib to reconstruct the child's esophagus. Danielle Cook reports.
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