Health

Florida senator looks to expand number of marijuana growers and dispensaries


Weekend exercise


How to handle teen depression


Amendment Two authors talk medical marijuana laws


Why do we donate blood?


Getting your kids back into their sleep schedule


Keeping your baby safe when they sleep


Callaway boil water notice rescinded


What you need to know about carbon monoxide posioning


UPATE: Precautionary boil water notice rescinded


Staying healthy this flu season


Taking care of your ears


How you can eat healthier this year


A respiratory virus common in chidlren


Sticking to your resolutions


Department of health hosts diabetes prevention classes


Getting your teens to bundle up


Benefits of yoga when you're sick


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Cities Around the World Flooded by 'Sister Marches'

About 600 "sister marches" were planned across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington.

Brash, Humorous Signs Raised High at Women's March

Signs at the Women's March on Washington ran the spectrum from crass to puzzling to humorous.

'We Are America': Women's March Spotlights Fiery Rhetoric

Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington, D.C., Saturday to march in support of gender and other issues.

Le Pen, Nationalist Leaders Kick off Election Hopes

Marine Le Pen joined fellow nationalists at a conference in Germany to a show of populist confidence as Europe faces high-stakes national elections.

Senators Join Stage at Women's March for Message of Solidarity

Senators Kamala Harris, Tammy Duckworth, and Kirsten Gillibrand took the stage at the Women's March on Washington to call for community action on