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Posted 2014-04-23 16:17:04
(ANN ARBOR, Mich.) -- Roger Pontz, from Michigan, is the fourth person to be fitted with a kind of bionic eye. He suffers from a degenerative disease. Doctors spent four and a half hours implanting electrodes on his eye. Electrical impulses are transmitted from the retina to the optic nerve and then the brain, allowing him to see shadows and light....
Posted 2014-04-23 14:06:23
(NEW YORK) -- How far would you go to ensure your baby’s name stands out?At least five babies in the United States have been named Zzyzx, pronounced “Zay-Zix,” according to a check of Social Security Administration records by the website eBabyNames.com.Participants in eBabyNames.com's informal survey of 1,500 people agreed it was ...
(NEW YORK) -- The words "spring cleaning" may conjure images of sparkling kitchen counters and dust-free closets, but there's another part of your life that could use a clean sweep too, according to experts in emergency preparedness.It's time to spring clean out your emergency kit."We recommend doing it every six months and basically setting it as ...
(NEW YORK) -- It’s been 30 years since scientists announced the cause of AIDS: a shifty retrovirus that would come to be known as HIV.More than 1,750 Americans had already died from the rare infections and cancers caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, health officials said at the time, and another 2,300 people were living with AIDS.&ldq...
(NEW YORK) -- Musician Ryan Lewis is spearheading a fundraising effort to build medical centers around the world to provide comprehensive health care and specialized HIV/AIDS treatment for the needy, and it’s all because of one case that hits very close to home.Lewis, who is one half of the hit rap duo, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, says his mot...
(NEW YORK) -- When the O’Neill family threw themselves into fundraising to save 4-year-old Eliza from the fatal disease she was born with, they never guessed their viral video would reach people all over the world.They certainly never guessed that their online plea would raise more than $500,000 in two weeks when it had taken six months to ra...
(NEW YORK) -- Debra Messing has never looked anything less than drop-dead gorgeous.You would never know it, but the Will & Grace icon, 45, recently made an effort to eat better for her health and it's definitely paid off big time."About two to three years ago, I made a very, very big change the way I approach nutrition," she told ABC News. "I t...
Posted 2014-04-23 04:59:25
(NEW YORK) -- If you could eat doughnuts without the guilt, would you?Turns out, you can, almost. And there's still a pinch of guilt, but only about one-fourth of the guilt you would experience after eating a typical doughnut.Holey Donuts, the online-only doughnut shop, is about to open its first retail location in New York City. The store opens ne...
(ANN ARBOR, Mich.) -- A survey conducted for the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that 69 percent of respondents believe that health plans offered in the U.S. should automatically cover birth control.Study researcher Dr. Michelle Moniz, an OB/GYN at the University of Michigan Medical School, says that the bulk of those supporting a...
(HAMILTON, N.Y.) -- If you think your significant other is the sun, moon and stars all rolled up into one, your high expectations could come crashing down around your head.Colgate University psychologist Jennifer Tomlinson contends putting your partner on a pedestal might ultimately harm the relationship.Tomlinson and her research team conducted va...

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