'I Feel Extraordinary': Doctors Take Kids With Special Needs SkiingA group of doctors and professionals are helping kids from our area see there's no mountain too high to take on. 
Airline Passengers Arriving At JFK From Central China Being Screened Due To Virus OutbreakPassengers are being screened for symptoms at three U.S. airports: JFK, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Flu Deaths Down From Previous Seasons, But Serious Risks Still RemainThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says overall flu activity has declined over the last few weeks, but still remains high.
New Research Examines Whether Dancing Can Improve Brain Health In Older AdultsThe study participants say they're eager to see if dancing can help their brain health, because it's a worry for many of them. 
NYC School Working On Improving Chances Of Adults With Autism Finding Full-Time EmploymentThe number of people with autism is reaching record numbers. Experts say over the next decade half a million will enter adulthood, and face a number of issues, including finding a job.
Coming To Work Sick No Act Of Heroics For Your Co-WorkersA survey from Accountemps found 90% of professional employees admit they sometimes go to the office sick.
California Lab Finds New Clues In Popular Heartburn Drug's Possible Cancer LinkThe popular heartburn drug ranitidine, the generic form of Zantac, was linked to cancer in September, prompting some voluntary recalls of the drug and an investigation by the Food and Drug Administration.
Artificial Intelligence Giving Doctors A Second Opinion To Detect Breast CancerUsing computer artificial intelligence is offering some exciting news about better early detection of breast cancer.
In Rare Move, Surgeons Use Love Handles For Cancer Survivor's Breast Reconstruction SurgeryThere's a different kind of progress against cancer, improving the appearance of cancer survivors. 
Adele's New Diet And Body Shape Causing A Stir Online, A Cheer Among FansThe 31-year-old superstar reportedly lost more than 40 pounds in the last few months thanks to the Sirtfood Diet.
Class Teaches Cancer Survivors How To Get A Better Night's SleepWe keep hearing that we're a sleep deprived nation. Insomnia is a health risk for everyone, but especially for cancer survivors. Turns out, many cancer survivors have trouble falling or staying asleep.