Father-of-five Dan Gut told Newsweek his doctor told him there was a 100 percent chance of him developing cancer if he hadn't got checked out when he did.
Almost 23 million birds have been killed in the U.S. this year because of the outbreak, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Metal detectorist Adam Staples said 10-year-old George Henderson "must have the Midas touch" after he found the object 10 minutes into a metal detecting trip.
"The Big Lebowski" star spoke of the support he received from the team behind his upcoming show "The Old Man" after he was diagnosed with cancer in 2020.
Porsche McGregor-Sims' family said she felt she was "not listened to" after complaining of abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding.
One local resident he couldn't sleep because he kept thinking about the abandoned baby, who police said was between 28 to 30 weeks old.
Comedian Josh Sundquist, who lost his left leg 25 years ago, said a nurse arrived at his home after he was flagged as dangerously thin by a computer, without taking the obvious into account.
With lungs not viable outside of the body after around 6 hours, a Missouri transplant team had to think fast.
The 7.4 magnitude temblor off the coast of Fukushima had echoes of a devastating 2011 quake that triggered a tsunami and nuclear disaster, and killed thousands.
Tom Linton's tattoo artist advised him to get the mole on his arm looked at while he was getting tattooed to mark his 18th birthday.
Police were called to the Hampton Inn in Marysville after a child fell unconscious at the pool on Saturday evening, and 11 people were hospitalized in total.
The girl's mother said: "To see her in a condition like this and to imagine a day without her was the scariest moment ever."
The 'Selling Sunset' star and her husband Tarek El Moussa are trying to have a child after marrying last year.
The 35-year-old woman said she "lost complete control of my mind and body" after suffering from the anxiety disorder during her first pregnancy.
Skygazers were treated to the first full moon of the year on Monday, and there's still a chance to see the bright orb.
Amanda Beals, the aunt of 10-year-old Ma'Lyiah White, said victim Carlos Serafin loved her nieces "more than words can say."
Jalisha Maxey-Deveraux said she felt like she was in a movie when she went into labor in her workplace bathroom.
Also known as C/2021 A1, the icy ball has spent the last 35,000 years traveling towards us—and viewing it this month is therefore a once-in-a-lifetime stargazing event.
A vet examined the dog and found knife wounds on the right side of its body and back.
The high school cheerleader from Prosper said she instantly knew she was paralyzed when she landed on her neck.
The agency wants doctors to more readily prescribe and inform patients about medicine that prevents HIV.
The 'Good Morning America' host shared photos of himself at the astronaut village after forecasted winds forced Blue Origin to postpone the launch.
Jack Shaw and his friend were neck-deep in water when the shark attacked.
Fred Hermann said in a 911 call: "I need the police here, I have just shot the two dogs that were attacking me in my yard. One of them is in my driveway dead."
Parcel deliveries in two cities and a town have stopped after workers at a company that makes children's clothing tested positive for the virus.
Tori Geib helped to change Ohio's law on "fail first" treatments, which saw health insurance companies specify that late-stage cancer patients initially be given cheaper drugs.
A family friend described Makayla Noble as a "world-class athlete" who has been a cheerleader for the majority of her life.
Mimi Nguyen tried to rush her dog to a vet to save its life, but it was too late.
Only two other known cases of the virus, which causes skin lesions, have been identified.