(NEW YORK) -- The first real-world study pitting COVID-19 variants against the Pfizer vaccine showed that the variant first detected in South Africa may be able to evade some vaccine protection, new research conducted in Israel found. While "breakthrough" COVID-19 cases, meaning people who get... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- With one in four adults in the United States now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, health departments and scientific studies have documented what's known as "breakthrough" cases, or people who got infected or sick despite being vaccinated. Such instances are exceptionally rare, but... Read More.
By Katie Kindelan, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Rebecca Roberts and her partner, Rhys Weaver, tried for several years to get pregnant with their first child together.The couple was then thrilled last year when they learned that Roberts, after... Read More.
BY: IVAN PERIERA, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) — Spring began with a bang in southwestern Iceland when a volcano erupted this weekend, after nearly 800 years of dormancy. The flowing lava, hot terrain and mystic cloud cover have attracted plenty of visitors and scientists... Read More.
By DR. SAMUEL ROTHMAN and SONY SALZMAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A study in Denmark has found that people who were infected during the first surge of COVID-19 were unlikely to be reinfected during the second surge, but the risk... Read More.
By MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Prediction Center issued a rare high risk for severe thunderstorms that could produce intense, long-track tornadoes, huge hail and damaging straight-line winds.On Wednesday morning,... Read More.
By JOANNE ROSA, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Journalists Andrew Kaczynski and Rachel Ensign endured a loss that no parent should ever have to on Christmas Eve when their 9-month-old daughter Francesca died of complications from a rare pediatric brain cancer.Prior... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (LONDON) -- Three rare giraffes were electrocuted to death when they walked into low-hanging power lines within a conservation area in western Kenya, officials said.The Kenya Power and Lighting Company, which owns and operates most of... Read More.