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A Florida high school student builds a functioning hydraulic hand as part of NAACP's STEM competition. WBBH's Christy Andrews reports.
The State Department ordered family members of Americans at the U.S. Embassy in Sierra Leone to leave, citing a lack of health care because of Ebola.
Robin Williams' death created an opportunity for people to open up about their own struggles — with many speaking for the first time about depression.
Researchers say that uber fans can actually go into a period of mourning when the series or any of its main characters get the ax.
People who worked at Camp Lejeune while the water was contaminated were more likely to die from several kinds of cancer and Parkinson’s disease.
Connor Reid Eckhardt was just 19 when he died after using what scientists and doctors call a “synthetic cannabinoid,” but most everybody else calls “spice”, “K2” or any of half a dozen other names.
A hospital apologized on Thursday after mistakenly sending out death notices for 200 of its very much alive patients
A handful of probationary firefighters training on New York's Randall's Island have contracted the antibiotic-resistant bacteria, officials confirm.
Robin Williams’ suicide has pushed the usually silent epidemic of suicide and depression into the national conversation.
New research suggests healthy people can eat about twice the amount of salt that’s currently recommended — or about as much as most already consume.
An American aid worker who was infected with Ebola in Africa seems to be getting stronger, her husband said while in quarantine Wednesday.
With experimental vaccines on their way and treatments fast-tracked, there remain questions about who should receive treatment and how.
The death of Robin Williams has sparked some discussion about why some of the funniest people also seem to be the saddest.
Researchers at Mote Marine Laboratory say sharks could potentially save millions of lives. WFLA's John Rogers reports.