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Reports: Sofia Vergara sued over frozen embryos

One of the hottest and most successful Latinas in Hollywood, Sofia Vergara is playing defense in a legal battle initiated by her ex-fiance: He wants to keep the two frozen embryos from their relationship.


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E-cig use triples among teens

Use of e-cigarettes among high school-aged children has tripled in the last year alone, according to a Center for Tobacco Products survey.


Family of autistic boy starts nonprofit to help others

Autism was a word Denyeal Nesovski said she never expected to hear when it came to her son, Stefan. But at age 3, his diagnosis changed their lives forever.


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National Park Week starts Saturday!


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Mom to 'Big Hero 6' merchandiser: Add girls

When Melissa Atkins Wardy, author of "Redefining Girly" and a passionate advocate for fighting gender stereotypes, heard from a frustrated mom on Facebook, she knew she needed to do something. So she shared the mom's story.

In a blog post, Wardy…


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Auction house pulls items from WWII internment camps

A New Jersey auction house has removed items from its April 17 event after an uproar from the public.

The items are crafts and artifacts made by Japanese-Americans confined to World War II internment camps.

A grass-roots campaign of a…


Children with food allergies can face being bullied

Haejin Kim grew up with a peanut allergy and is now raising a son with one too.


Rare set of all-girl quintuplets born in U.S.

It's been a busy few weeks for multiples.

The first set of female quintuplets in the world since 1969 was born in Houston, Texas, on April 8, and the parents are blogging about their unique experience.

Danielle Busby delivered all five girls at the…


Parents, schools work together to manage food allergy...

One in 13 children, about two in every classroom have a food allergy.


Managing food allergies at school

Karen Drew reports on what schools are doing to protect children with food allergies, and what changes you could see coming to the classroom.


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