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Water world: Art installation uses light to teach about climate change

"We already see the effects of climate change whether we like it or not," said Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde, whose "Waterlicht" is being presented this week.

Rosario Dawson and her family sued over alleged transphobic assault

The actor and girlfriend of presidential candidate Cory Booker allegedly attacked a transgender employee in Los Angeles, the lawsuit claims.

Nearly 900 women's health clinics have lost federal funding over gag rule

More than half of the patients accessing health care through Title X clinics are women of color and a third are Latina.

Many parents do not follow safe infant sleep practices. Here's how doctors can help.

A new study find that parents who get specific instructions from doctors are up to 28 percent more likely to put babies to bed in the safest ways.

Hiker dies after falling down 75-foot waterfall

A trail head at Big Bradley Falls cautions hikers, saying that seven people have fallen to their death off side paths at the site since 2000, a local newspaper reports.