09:07 PM EDT 05/24/2016
Originally posted 05/24/2016 05:05PM
With public health officials warning that mosquitos carrying the Zika virus could infect Americans as early as next month, preventing mosquito bites at home should be at the top of every summer to-do list.
Two Scientists Vow to Find a Cure for Their Son's Rare and Fatal Disease: 'I'm Proud of the Work My Parents Are Doing,' Says Teen
Originally posted 05/24/2016 02:45PM
When Valerie Pappas Llauro's 5-year-old son Alexander was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy – a rare and fatal form of the genetic illness that primarily affects boys – doctors said her son's only treatment options were "steroids and hope."
Originally posted 05/23/2016 03:50PM
It's a walk Micah McDade will always remember.
Mosquitos Expected to Begin Infecting Americans with Zika Virus in the 'Next Month or So,' Say Experts
Originally posted 05/23/2016 02:00PM
Mosquitos carrying the Zika virus could infect Americans in the United States as soon as this summer, a public health official warns.
Originally posted 05/21/2016 12:10AM
For 14 years, Gordy Baylinson didn't speak or show signs of emotion, so everyone around him – including his parents – believed he didn’t understand them.
Originally posted 05/19/2016 08:30PM
An Australian father of three and his wife, pregnant with the couple's fourth child, were just days into their dream vacation in the U.S. when tragedy struck.
School Band Surprises Flutist Recovering from Kidney Transplant with a Special Performance Outside Her Front Door
Originally posted 05/19/2016 12:05PM
Philadelphia Reporter and Father of Twins Mysteriously Loses Eyesight, Receives Surprising Diagnosis: 'I'm Lucky I'm Not Dead'
Originally posted 05/19/2016 11:00AM
On an average morning, Chris O'Connell always knew what to expect when he opened his eyes. Sun would be streaming through the windows of his Philadelphia home as his 6-year-old twin daughters, Eva and Sophia, raced around giggling while getting ready for kindergarten.
Originally posted 05/17/2016 05:30PM
Paralympic athlete Vanessa Low has been reunited with her running blades after appealing for their return on social media.
California Woman with Down Syndrome Fulfills Dream of Becoming a Zumba Instructor: 'When She's with the Music, She's Got It,' Says Mom
Originally posted 05/16/2016 05:20PM
When Yulissa Arescurenaga took her first Zumba class in 2008, she dreamed of one day making it her life's work by becoming a certified instructor. The only problem was that there were no other instructors out there like Arescurenaga, who has Down syndrome.
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