Ross HalfinAerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry are looking to thrill future generations of space travelers with their upcoming album. The duo stopped by ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday and told GMA’s Cecilia Vega that the band was looking to create something unique for their 15th studio album, Music from Another Dimension! read more ≫
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Joe Raedle/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The pilot program that allows teens to access the contraceptive **** Plan B in 13 New York City schools -- perhaps the first of its kind in the country -- may be eventually implemented citywide.
According to the city's Board of Health, parents can "opt out" of the program, but only 1 to 2 percent has chosen to do so.
"The proof is in the pudding," said health department spokesman Chanel Caraway. "Overall, this suggests that parents are OK with the service being available to their children." read more ≫
George Doyle/Stockbyte(NEW YORK) -- A food industry representative Monday said she is hopeful that a revised Federal Trade Commission report on how companies promote their products to children will reflect improvements in food marketing to that audience when it’s released later this year.
“I know there have been many positive changes,” Elaine Kolish, director of the Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative, said of the 16-company, self-regulating initiative she represents that includes Kraft Foods and McDonald’s. read more ≫
Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Katie Couric reveals on her show today that she struggled with bulimia from her late teens to her early 20s.
“I wrestled with bulimia all through college, and for two years after that,” the talk show host tells eating disorders specialist Cynthia Bulik, according to a transcript of today’s show obtained by ABC News.
Couric’s revelation comes amid her interview today with pop star and X Factor judge Demi Lovato, who has also battled eating disorders. read more ≫
iStockphoto/Thinkstock(CHICAGO) -- In the minds of parents, not all prescriptions are created equal when it comes to the medicines and nutritional supplements doctors order for their kids.
A new study published today in the journal Pediatrics suggests that parents are usually good about filling their kids' prescriptions for antibiotics, but not their vitamins. read more ≫