Saturday, November 17, 2018
Friday, November 16, 2018
Thursday, November 15, 2018

Victor’s Mark Syverud was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 18 years ago but it wasn’t until just recently he realized he was experiencing a new symptom of the progressive neurological disease - his voice was starting to fade.

Miles Scott, who is affectionately known as "Batkid," is cancer-free five years after saving the city of San Francisco through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Mass shootings have been an unfortunately common occurrence in the U.S. for some time now - media outlets report new tragedies on what seems like a weekly basis. But with every new case, many still look to the past for reference, the massacre at Columbine High School being one of the most frequently cited. The insurmountable emotions of these situations can be cause to create more anger, more hatred and more violence; it’s a vicious cycle with seemingly few solutions. But even the people directly affected by these tragedies have the ability to overcome and create an opposite reaction. One spurred on by hope and kindness.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

A new program allows people to donate organs to a total stranger in exchange for a voucher. That voucher can help a loved one bypass years of waiting on the transplant list, if they are ever in need of an organ. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

You wake up one morning with a scratchy throat, feeling anything but rested. It is an all-too-common scenario that can be annoying for a person who has fallen ill, but it can be difficult to determine whether to visit a doctor. Is it just the common cold, or could it be something more serious — something like strep throat?

Monday, November 12, 2018

A rare polio-like illness, which paralyzes mostly children, has been confirmed in 26 states. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports parents are accusing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of hiding the deaths of afflicted children.

As the wintry atmosphere has settled outside and the heat gets cranked up indoors, the dry air can wreak havoc on the body — particularly your eyes. Your sight is an especially important sense; it’s important during these cold months to keep up on the health of your vision. If you’ve noticed that your eyes seem redder than usual, you have blurred sight or watery eyes, or you have a hard time making tears, the culprit could be something a bit more serious than the dreary outdoors.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

The cold air might be nipping at your nose, and now that we’ve said our goodbyes to the beach, sandals and shorts, there’s no better time to crank up the temperature in your kitchen with a tasty, hearty stew.