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Ill woman's wish to visit beach granted by Australian ambulance crew

(HERVEY BAY, Australia) -- A seriously ill Australian woman's wish to see the ocean came true when the ambulance transporting her to the hospital took a detour to allow her to look out upon the water ... Read More

Toddler denied father's kidney has successful transplant surgery

(NEW YORK) -- A Georgia toddler received a successful kidney transplant on Wednesday, about one month after a hospital postponed his original operation when his father -- a perfect donor match -- violated his probation.

A.J. Burgess, 2, re... Read More

Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day may have health benefits: study

(NEW YORK) -- Coffee may not only give you a morning boost -- it also may have significant health benefits.

So says a review by British scientists of more than 200 stud... Read More

6-year-old boys who met during leukemia treatment get to be 'Pilots for a Day'

(JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md.) -- Aviation buffs Jack Kirkbride and Houston Pirrung, both six years old, recently went on a "mission" with the U.S. Air Force that they will likely never forget.

Kirkbride and Pirrung, who've been dubbed the "bat... Read More

4-year-old with inoperable brain tumor receives hundreds of books for 'Lena's Library'

(SEWELL, New Jersey) -- When a New Jersey family found out their 4-year-old daughter had brain cancer with months to live, they channeled her strength and found a unique way to bring her happiness during her difficult battle: they asked for donations... Read More

Teen cancer survivor delivers art kits to young patients in the hospital

(INDIANAPOLIS) -- When Emma Stumpf was living with a brain tumor and couldn't find words to describe her experiences, art helped her express herself.

She said she liked to "paint yellow when I was happy and blue when I was sad, or red when... Read More

Nearly half of all cancer deaths linked to preventable risk factors: study

(NEW YORK) -- Cancer, to many of us, may seem scary, mysterious, or even inevitable. Now, a new study suggests that nearly half of the country’s cancers may be preventable through decisions we make every day.

Researchers with the Ame... Read More

Quintuplets spread 'Quintmas' cheer with adorable Christmas photos

(VERSAILLES, Ky.) -- Quintuplets in Kentucky will be celebrating their first “Quintmas” with a Christmas photo shoot that shows their remarkable recovery from a premature birth.

Zoey Hart, Asher Blaze, Dakota Faith, Gavin Lane and ... Read More

Running program empowers girls across the U.S. to lead the way

(NEW YORK) -- On Saturday, nearly 20,000 girls laced up their sneakers and hit the road in races across the country, and for many, it was their first time running more than three miles.

In 25 cities from Chicago to Baton Rouge, girls ages 8 to... Read More

Formerly conjoined twins sent home 5 months after separation

(PHILADELPHIA) -- A pair of formerly conjoined twins are being discharged from the hospital just in time for Thanksgiving after a successful surgery to separate them.

Erin and Abby Delaney were born joined at the head on July 24, 2016 -- 10 we... Read More

Bride surprises father fighting leukemia with wedding inside hospital

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- One bride moved her wedding up five months so her father, who's battling leukemia, could walk her down the aisle.

Vieneese Stanton surprised her stepfather Preston Rolan, who has raised her since she was 3 years old, wit... Read More