ABC NewsBy JOANNNE ROSA, ABC News (NEW YORK) — The coronavirus pandemic may have some people wondering which health checkups can be postponed until things calm down, but three breast cancer survivors say breast cancer screening is
Covenant House International/Getty Images for A Night of Covenant House StarsBy CARENA LIPTAK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Dolly Parton and Sara Evans are among the female artists lending their voices to “PINK,” a new collaboration benefitting
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Juan Duran-GutierrezBy KATIE KINDELAN and NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Juan Duran-Gutierrez is now a single father raising three young children, including a newborn, after his wife, Aurora Chacon-Esparza, died of COVID-19 during the global coronavirus
inhauscreative/iStockBy JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Just when you didn’t think things could get any creepier this season (or this year), a DIY vampire fang Halloween hack gone wrong has made its way to TikTok.
simon2579/iStockBy SONY SALZMAN and VICTOR ORDONEZ, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Most Americans may have access to a COVID-19 vaccine by early spring, one which could potentially immunize them by June, according to Operation Warp Speed’s chief adviser,
sshepard/iStockBy ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News (NEW YORK) — In El Paso, Texas, funeral directors are preparing for a worst-case scenario. Over the past two weeks, COVID-19 infections have risen 500%, according Angela Mora, the city’s health director.
ABC News Photo IllustrationBy GMA TEAM, ABC News (NEW YORK) — She, he, they, ze, her, him, them, zir. They’re little words that are a part of our everyday language. But to many, the way these words