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Predicting preemies: Building healthier babies

New options to treat depression

Looking good, feeling good while fighting cancer

Know the symptoms of the most common type of hernia

Heart and the flu: Know the signs of weakening

85-year-old man with Type 1 diabetes shatters expectations

Asthma versus COPD: What's the difference?

Necessary adult vaccines and which groups need them

Saving baby Evelyn: The importance of finding the right fetal care doctor

Angels in the kitchen: Medically tailored food for congestive heart failure

New first-line treatment for lung cancer

First-of-its-kind psychosis training for caregivers

Hospital program is restoring lives with exposure therapy

Blade runners: The future of prosthetics

Preventing nausea in young cancer patients

Zebrafish to the rescue: How tiny fish help researchers treat human ailments

Loeffler's syndrome: Justin's journey

Sidelined by Addiction: A former Notre Dame football player's road to recovery

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Parents guilty of murder and raised by radicals, Chesa Boudin is San Francisco's next DA

He's a prosecutor with a life story unlike any other — and a very different view of the criminal justice system.

California volunteer dies during search efforts for missing hiker

Timothy Staples became separated from his search and rescue partner Saturday and was later pronounced dead at the scene.

Giant winter storm barrels across Midwest

As many six people in two states were killed in accidents that may have been weather-related, authorities said.

Newtown wins football championship exactly 7 years after Sandy Hook shooting

With just seconds left in the state championship, Newtown High School scored a game-winning touchdown off a 36-yard pass. It was a moment of joy on a difficult day — exactly seven years after 20 young children and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary.

Communities near military bases fear drinking water contaminated with ‘forever chemical’

The government acknowledges that the chemical PFAS, used by the military in firefighting drills for decades, could be linked to cancer and other health issues. In one Pennsylvania town where the PFAS levels are among the highest in the country, residents fear the substance could be linked to cancer in the community.