The 85-year-old was mid-sentence when he began experiencing a medical episode.
How to safely go apple picking, enjoy a hayride, take a woodsy hike, hold a tailgate, and do other fall favorites.
It happened while the celebrity baker was bowling at home with his family.
She says she's "proud" of who she is and what she went through.
Here's what to know before letting your kids eat licorice on Halloween night.
Zinc is a nutrient known for its anti-viral properties—and it might offer help to people diagnosed with the coronavirus.
The CDC's Halloween Safety Guidelines for Covid Are Out—and These Activities Are Considered High-Risk
What to know about trick or treating, costume parties, halloween parades, and other spooky season activities this year.
Tia Bee Stokes, the TikTok Influencer Dancing Her Way Through Leukemia, Has Been Hospitalized With COVID-19
Her doctors said it was "inevitable" that she'd eventually get the virus, because of her challenged immune system.
The answer is less straightforward than you might think.
Adeline Fagan contracted the coronavirus in July and fought for her life for two months.
Dr. Fauci Warns That These 3 Businesses Should Close in Many Places to Prevent a COVID-19 Resurgence
These venues appear to be coronavirus hotspots with the highest risk of transmission.
Diversity and inclusion are important goals, but achieving them this way has mental health repercussions, experts say.
The diet, created by celebrity dietitian Tanya Zuckerbrot, caused quite a bit of controversy in August.
She was 87 years old and served on the Supreme Court for more than 27 years.
These Everlane 100% Human Face Masks Are Super Cute—And They Don't Hurt My Ears Like Other Masks Do
They're also the only masks my mom and I agree on—so there's that.
A Brucellosis Outbreak in China Has Been Linked to a Factory Leak—Here's What You Need to Know
The leak reportedly happened last year at a biopharmaceutical company.
"I’m feeling really good, but my placenta’s really, really weak, and it’s causing me to really bleed a lot."
Neither situation is ideal, but one may be a bit safer than the other.
The medication doesn't contain "unnecessary proteins"—here's what that means.
Here's what expecting moms need to know.
ICE Detention Center Allegedly Forced Hysterectomies on Women Detainees—Here’s What That Procedure Involves
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, National Women's Health Network, and Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services Foundation have all condemned the practice.
I Tried 19 Medications and 5 Years of Therapy for My Suicidal Thoughts Until I Found Something That Helped
After years of treatment-resistant depression, I finally regained control.
Flesh-Eating Bacteria in Long Island Sound Sickens 5 People—Here's What to Know About About the Rare Infection
Health officials say this many people infected in one area is "unusual."
You need to take two minutes and 11 seconds out of your day to watch this video.
Maybe stick to using the aspirin for your headaches.