Health

Florida House Seeks Regulation Of Vape Shops Amid ‘Epidemic’Vape shops would have to be permitted and regulated by the state, under a Florida House effort to combat an “epidemic” of electronic-cigarette use by teens.
Travelers Take Note: Here Are The Germiest Places At Airports And On AirplanesWhether you are a clean freak or not, there are some pretty germy places at the airport that you may want to avoid while traveling.
Go Red For Women & Raise Awareness About Cardiovascular Disease in WomenIt’s National Wear Red Day, part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease in women.
Latest Salvo Fired In Major Pot Case In FloridaIn a case that could create a major upheaval in the state’s pot industry, health officials on Thursday asked the Florida Supreme Court to uphold a 2017 law that carried out a constitutional amendment broadly legalizing medical marijuana.
Study: Not All Echinacea Supplements Are EqualIt's that time of year when people are sniffling and coughing. Some people search for natural cold remedies like echinacea to help, but a new study warns you might not always get what you expect.
Broward Student Athletes Possibly Infected With MRSA Leads To Countywide Locker Room SanitationGyms and locker rooms at all Broward County Public high schools underwent intense cleaning and disinfecting over the weekend after learning high school wrestlers are sick, possibly with the MRSA bacterial infection.

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Hundreds of Americans from virus-hit cruise ship flown back to U.S.Planes carrying more than 300 people arrived at military bases, with some of the evacuees already having tested positive for the new coronavirus.
How the NBA All-Star Game honored Kobe BryantOdes to Bryant were on full display during the All-Star Game in Chicago.
U.S. evacuating Americans stuck on quarantined cruise shipOutside of China, the Diamond Princess is the site of the biggest coronavirus outbreak.
Author A.E. Hotchner has died at age 102Novelist, playwright and editor A.E. Hotchner has died. He and his Connecticut neighbor and friend Paul Newman started "Newman's Own" food company. Hotchner was 102 years old.
⅓ of animal and plant species might go extinct due to climate changeTropics-based species are two to four times more likely to face eradication than those in temperate areas.
2 men killed in large avalanche in ColoradoThree mono-track riders triggered a large avalanche Saturday in which three people where buried, but only one victim managed to dig out of the slide.
Harrison Ford, the reluctant superstar, on "The Call of the Wild"The actor talks about how a respect for nature led to his role in the film adaptation of naturalist Jack London's classic novel — and doesn't talk about the upcoming installment of the Indiana Jones franchise.
Trump administration enforces stricter immigration policy ahead of Nevada caucusesThe Trump administration announced more deployment of ICE officers in "sanctuary cities" to target illegal immigration. Meanwhile, Democratic 2020 candidates are preparing for the upcoming Nevada caucuses, ready to discuss major issues such as immigration, health care and gun control. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Whistleblower says Olympic Committee "wrongfully terminated" himA former top medical official with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic committee is making damning allegations about how the organization handles mental health issues. In his first TV interview, Dr. William Moreau alleges that he was let go last May, in part because of his complaints about the issue. Moreau has filed a lawsuit claiming he was "wrongfully terminated." Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Hundreds of Americans from virus-hit cruise ship flown back to U.S.Planes carrying more than 300 people arrived at military bases, with some of the evacuees already having tested positive for the new coronavirus.
U.S. evacuating Americans stuck on quarantined cruise shipOutside of China, the Diamond Princess is the site of the biggest coronavirus outbreak.
Second massive storm hits North Atlantic and Western EuropeDennis is massive, spanning more than 3,000 miles in width from eastern Canada to Scandinavia.
Elton John cuts concert short due to pneumoniaThe iconic 72-year-old singer is in the midst of a three-year-long farewell tour.
⅓ of animal and plant species might go extinct due to climate changeTropics-based species are two to four times more likely to face eradication than those in temperate areas.
Mexican volcano El Popo erupts, triggering an earthquakeNewly released video captured Mexico's El Popo volcano in action. The violent explosion shot rock, lava and ash nearly a mile into the sky. The eruption also triggered an earthquake.
Americans quarantined on cruise ship in Japan begin returning homeDozens of Americans quarantined on a cruise ship in Japan who have not tested positive for the coronavirus are on their way home Sunday. They boarded two planes headed to Air Force bases in California and Florida. However, the situation on board the Diamond Princess is severe as a surge of infections remain. Deborah Patta reports.
Auschwitz survivor Michael Bornstein on Holocaust deniersIn this web exclusive Michael Bornstein, who was four years old when he was freed from Auschwitz at the end of World War II, tells correspondent Martha Teichner why, for years, he did not talk about his experience in the Nazi concentration camp – and then why, after viewing a Holocaust denier's website, he stopped being silent. Bornstein is co-author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, "Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz."
Ron Lauder on preserving the artifacts of AuschwitzBillionaire Ron Lauder, chairman of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Foundation and president of the World Jewish Congress, has made it his mission to preserve the artifacts of some of the 1.1 million people who were murdered at the Nazi concentration camp by opening a conservation lab at Auschwitz. In this web exclusive Lauder explains its importance to correspondent Martha Teichner.