To Your Health: Fewer Dental Cavities Found in Kids & Young Adults

Good news for parents, bad news for dentists! Fewer dental cavities are found in kids and young adults, but some minority groups are still at risk. We have full details in today's "To Your Health."

To Your Health: Taking Time Off Work Can Improve Health

Need a vacation? Start packing! Researchers say that taking time off can actually improve your health.

Daybreak interview 7/20/18: Golf Outing

Daybreak interview 7/20/18: Golf Outing

To Your Health: Health Statistics That Truly Matter

Stop checking the scale! The number of pounds you see on there isn't the end-all and be-all of how healthy you are. We'll show you the numbers you SHOULD be paying attention to, in today's "To Your Health."

To Your Health: Breast Implant Cancer Risks

Three women from across North America gathered in Texas to talk about a rare cancer they got from their breast implants. Here's more details in today's "To Your Health."

What's Trending: Daybreak 7/19/18

What's Trending: Daybreak 7/19/18


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N.H. makes it tougher for students to vote. Democrats call it 'devious' suppression.

The GOP-controlled state government recently passed a law that critics say amounts to placing a "poll tax" on college students.

How the NFL can resolve the debate around anthem protests

President Donald Trump waded back into the debate on Friday, suggesting his own rules for the league. "First time kneeling, out for game. Second time kneeling, out for season/no pay!" he tweeted.

North Korea's ex-poet laureate has a human-rights message for Trump

"The whole population is not just under a physical form of dictatorship, it's also an emotional or a psychological form of dictatorship."

White House rejects Putin's idea for Ukraine referendum

National Security Council spokesman Garrett Marquis said Friday to organize a "so-called referendum" would have "no legitimacy."

At this rate, Earth's resources won't last, ecological group warns

"There are consequences of busting the ecological budget of our one and only planet," the CEO of the Global Footprint Network network said.