2:03 - Doctors at Texas Children'sHospital are planning the separation of conjoined twin girls, confident that they will survive, and survive well, on their own.
2:11 - It was a letter from the State of Colorado that the parents of Kenai Zamora had to read three times to make sure they were reading it correctly. The letter said that their son made too much income to qualify for his Medicaid benefits.
0:09 - Fifteen hikers from a church group who failed to return from a weekend hike in the Southern California mountains were found by a helicopter search crew.
0:43 - Mayor Bill de Blasio said there was no reason for residents to be alarmed by the Ebola diagnosis.
0:36 - The coming winter vacation season is raising worries about the potential for Ebola cases in Caribbean and Central American countries.
0:37 - Just a year after a botched rollout delayed the launch of the Spanish-language site of HealthCare.gov, the administration unveiled a new version of the site with a major typo on the home page.
0:33 - Death rates for blacks and whites dropped but held steady for Hispanics. However, Hispanic death rates remain lower than the black and white numbers.
1:35 - Georgetown University says undergraduate student Andrea Jaime died from an apparent case of meningitis, according to school officials.
4:20 - Milagros para Niños (Miracles for Children), is a initiative that focuses on offering medical services and support to hundreds of Latino families across the United States and around the world.
0:36 - Puerto Rico presented its strategy for promoting itself as a medical tourism destination, especially among the Hispanic population of the Caribbean and the East Coast of the United States.
2:34 - A Spanish missionary priest being treated for Ebola died in a Madrid hospital amid a worldwide ethical debate over who should get an experimental Ebola drug.
0:38 - These false impressions were more common in black and Mexican-American children than in white kids, the survey found.
5:29 - Jesus Aguais, executive director and founder of Aid For AIDS, talks about their work to educate immigrant communities about HIV.
0:32 - Diners could soon see calorie counts on the menus of chain restaurants. But will they be able to get that same clear information at grocery stores or movie theaters?
4:47 - Dr. Albert Ambriz, DDS, MDT, is the creator of a new technique that allows patients to physically preview their new smile without the use of digital imaging or using models.
0:40 - Medical examiners in Tucson, Arizona, have found a way to rehydrate the mummified hands of Mexican border crossers found dead in the scorching hot desert.
5:58 - Dr. Leon has helped thousands of Latinos try a Vegetarian Diet through the program “Vegetariano en 21 Dias,” a system that helps people cut out meat from the diet and instead add fruits, whole grains, vegetables and legumes.
0:37 - The government's estimate of autism has moved up again to 1 in 68 U.S. children, a 30 percent increase in two years.
0:32 - Hoping to simplify things, the Associated Press asked its Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus followers for their real-life questions about the program and the problems they're running into.
2:09 - Dave Castro who has been called "the mastermind" behind the CrossFit Open, and the CrossFit Games.
0:52 - An 8-month-old baby in Colombia is making national headlines because he is nearly 30 pounds overweight.
7:45 - Loriana Hernandez has dedicated her life to sharing people’s battles with cancer, diabetes, and promoting overall health wellness. But she never thought she’d one day become the story.
0:39 - A big study is being launched to see if pills containing the nutrients in dark chocolate can help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
2:35 - This week the Metropolitan Hospital of Santiago (known as HOMS), Dominican Republic, opened the first robotic surgery institute in the Caribbean.
1:32 - Researchers found that obesity among children ages 2 to 5 decreased — to 8 percent, from 14 percent a decade ago. That would represent a 43 percent drop.
1:57 - Michelle Obama and Amy Poehler speak at the Let's Move! school wellness event in hopes of continuing her fight against childhood obesity by ensuring that children are staying healthy throughout their day.
6:14 - Joining us this week to talk about mental illness is Dr. Dinelia Rosa, current president and the first woman of color to serve in that post for the New York State Psychological Association.
0:38 - Actress Cameron Diaz said that it was actually never her intention to be known for her figure.
2:52 - Do you want to have a healthy Super Bowl party? check out these gluten-free recipes.
0:30 - Knowledge about nutrition has evolved since the early 1990s, and the Food and Drug Administration says the labels need to reflect that.
0:33 - Doctors are warning that if Congress cuts food stamps, the federal government could be socked with bigger health bills.
3:21 - The FDA says there is no evidence that antibacterial chemicals used in liquid soaps and washes help prevent the spread of germs, and there is some evidence they may pose health risks.
5:01 - A new report suggests that many supplements contain high concentrations of minerals like copper and iron, possibly leading to brain disorders and Alzheimer’s Disease.
2:17 - The Spanish language equivalent of the famously flawed healthcare.gov, cuidadodesalud.gov, is running smoothly in its first week online and does not appear to be suffering the same growing pains as it's partner site.
0:39 - An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don't run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
0:34 - Vending machine gives free subway ticket in return for 30 squats in run-up to winter Olympics.
0:34 - Thalia is part of the March of Dimes campaign to help improve the health of babies.
5:21 - Find out why Kundalini is called the “mother of all yogas,” how this form of spiritual fitness can help us in our modern lives.
7:11 - Jesus Aguais, executive director and founder of the non-profit organization Aid for AIDS on the stigma when talking about AIDS.
2:29 - Bryan Llenas reports from New York City
6:23 - Find out what are some of the most common mistakes people make when it comes to taking care of their smile, and how procedures as simple as straightening and whitening can greatly improve your smile.
0:15 - Scientists are looking into a baby's future health by decoding their DNA.
4:44 - This Hispanic Heritage Month Fox News Latino takes you on culinary trip that will land on your cocina five mouthwatering dishes from our diverse and rich Latino cuisine. Enjoy!
0:21 - The crinkle cut fries are supposed to have about 20 percent fewer calories than its regular french fries.
5:38 - MY Lifestyle Extra was invited to a special fundraiser hosted by New York Times bestselling author Doctor Neal D. Barnard, and featuring top celebrities like Actors Alec Baldwin and Marilu Henner.
0:38 - Zumba Fitness instructors worldwide are not only using a Latin-heavy song lineup in their classes, they're also creating new fans for Latin artists.
3:38 - Quinoa is not actually a grain - it’s a seed. It is a good source of Vitamin C as well as several B-Vitamins. Best of all, it’s incredibly easy to make, and versatile to eat.
0:30 - After more than a year of public pressure from consumer groups, the Food and Drug Administration is setting a new limit on the level of arsenic in the apple juice.
6:00 - Her latest book, “Hungry: The truth about being full” is meant to help people all over the world to peel back layers of doubt, fear, uncertainty and superficiality to uncover their authentic selves.
4:13 - Find out what are some of the myths and misconceptions about vegan eating, plus simple dishes that are quick, healthy and delicious.
2:46 - As a boy struggles with a rare skin disease, his insurance refuses to pay for the surgery that could stop its progression.
0:30 - A 3 year-old boy experiences something for the first time that most of us take for granted: the ability to hear.
5:31 - Einstellen or tuning in, helps alleviate stress, and facilitate inner healing.
2:40 - International patients say they are drawn to the U.S. health care by its innovative and progressive approach.
0:51 - The Obama administration will comply with a judge's order allowing girls of all ages to buy the morning-after pill without a prescription.
1:48 - Milagros Martinez is trying to save her son's life.
0:37 - The age restriction for young girls looking to purchase emergency contraception without a prescription has been lift following a ruling by a federal appeals court.
0:44 - Scientists say there might be a potent new tool to fight the deadly mosquito-borne disease: the stench of human feet.
0:40 - Alcoholic beverages are finally getting nutritional labels, but only if the producers want to put them there.
3:01 - Maury’s mission is to continue fighting against the stigma and discrimination toward people living with HIV/AIDS.