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Chocolatier Jacques Torres Shares Personal Connection To March For BabiesTorres built a New York City chocolate empire, but he says his most precious creation is his son, Pierre.
N.Y. Mother Becomes NICU Nurse After Having Premature DeliveryThe March for Babies will be held this Sunday, and Martha Marcellus knows first-hand what it's like to have your baby struggling to survive.
March Of Dimes Tackles New Threat Facing Unborn Babies: ZikaPeople around the Tri-State Area and across the country will take part in the annual March For Babies on Sunday.
Flavored Water Might Be Tasty, But It Can Be Bad For Your TeethThat leads to tooth sensitivity, and if it goes on, possible tooth loss.
Seen At 11: ‘Fatal Fitness’ – When Extreme Exercise Turns DeadlyWe've all heard the saying, 'no pain, no gain,' but what happens when you do too much of a good thing?
City Council Considers Major New Crackdowns On Smoking In NYCEarlier this month, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a new push to cut down on smoking and vaping – including new taxes and license requirements. Now the City Council is considering going well beyond that.
Dental Procedure May Help Restore Sagging FacesDo you want to look younger and rested, and turn back the clock on your face?
Popular Netflix Series ’13 Reasons Why’ Prompts Schools To Warn Parents About Teen SuicideThe show, a cautionary tale about suicide, has become the latest binge-watching craze among high school age viewers.
New York, New Jersey Are Flashpoint For New 'Superbug' Fungus In HospitalsNew York and New Jersey are the focal point for infections from a new “superbug” fungus that is emerging in U.S. hospitals.
Couple Swaps Wedding Registry For Bone Marrow Registry, Asks Guests To Become DonorsFrom day one, Bill Begal knew his bride was his match. But the Institute for Justice says about 3,000 people died each year because they can’t find their match.
Princes William And Harry Open Up About Lady Diana’s Death, Mental HealthPrinces William and Harry have expressed themselves like never before -- going public with the struggles they felt after the death of their mother Princess Diana.
Surgical Procedure Can Reduce Pain, Improve Mobility For Children With Cerebral PalsyThere is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there are treatments that can reduce pain and movement difficulties for children.

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