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After Columbine: Experts Offer Tips for How to Talk to a Troubled Child

iStock/Thinkstock(COLUMBINE, Colo.) -- Sue Klebold, the mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold, sat down with Diane Sawyer for her first television interview to talk about the son she remembers and how she missed warning signs that could have helped save him and other victims. In her book, A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy, out on Feb. 15, Sue Klebold writes about how it took her years to come to terms with the fact that her son had committed such a brutal and horrific crime before ending his own...
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Valentine’s Day Tales From the Emergency Room

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Unlike New Year’s Eve or the Fourth of July, Valentine’s Day is not known for being one of the most dangerous days of the year. Overdosing on chocolate, it turns out, is less likely to kill you than drunk driving or fireworks gone awry. But on any day when emotions are running high, emergency room doctors are destined to bear witness to insane -- and sometimes intimate -- episodes in their ERs. Chocolate Mousse Surprise Sometimes, for example, the excitement of a Valentine’s Day proposal ends in tears -- and...
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Two US Women Miscarry After Zika Infection, CDC Says

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Two U.S. women suffered miscarriages after being infected with the Zika virus, according to officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The virus, which usually causes mild symptoms including fever, rash and fatigue, has already been associated with a rare birth defect in Brazil called microcephaly. The defect is characterized by an abnormally small head and brain. Officials have also been concerned that the virus could cross the placenta, an organ that develops in a woman's uterus during pregnancy and provides...
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Two US Women Miscarry After Zika Infection, CDC Says

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Two U.S. women suffered miscarriages after being infected with the Zika virus, according to officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The virus, which usually causes mild symptoms including fever, rash and fatigue, has already been associated with a rare birth defect in Brazil called microcephaly. The defect is characterized by an abnormally small head and brain. Officials have also been concerned that the virus could cross the placenta, an organ that develops in a woman's uterus during pregnancy and provides...
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