ABC News' Ron Claiborne reports the morning's top stories.
Measles was eliminated by vaccines years ago but is making a comeback.
Elderly flu patients hit hardest in 9 years.
Arizona health officials??? concerned virus could spread during Super Bowl.
Dean Camacho was found stabbed to death by his psych ward roommate.
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser dispels the myths and gives the facts about the resurging measles virus.
At least 84 people have been infected with the measles in the current outbreak.
Meet the children at Seattle Children's Hospital and Christopher's Haven.
Mexico City mayor now says two people dead.
Job seeker David Miller took "going the extra mile" quite literally.
The ball thrown in his daughter's face was no accident, her father said.
Richard Sherman is the latest dealing with being a soon-to-be dad.
Will the Patriots quarterback be over his cold in time for the big game?
Ingredient in common over-the-counter medications such as Benadryl linked to dementia, study shows.
California health officer urges tobacco-like regulation.
Twins both need liver transplants.
Kiera Driscoll got a flu shot but caught the virus anyway.
With at least 64 confirmed cases of measles this month, the disease seems on pace to have its worst year in nearly two decades.
A doctor in Saudi Arabia was astounded to find cartoon icon "SpongeBob SquarePants" in a child's x-ray.
Kiera Driscoll of Nevada died three days after developing the flu, despite getting a flu shot.
These New England babies just couldn't wait for the snow plows.
Larry Stogner, an anchor on ABC's North Carolina station WTVD, addressed viewers about his diagnosis.
The average American eats 2400 calories at a game day party.
How beans are good for your health.
Members of the so-called weaker sex, listen up.
How to counteract the effects of eating all the cookies.
Food frenemies are everywhere.
What's up with the latest buzzworthy diet.
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
Pediatric patients delighted to meet rappelling superheroes at Mayo Clinic.
Obesity ups the risk of common cancers, a new study found.
People whose twin has died have found one another on Facebook.
That love scene from "The Fault in Our Stars" is so intense.
For all the impressive advancements in medical technology, researchers and scientists still face a daunting challenge when they study the habits of the adorable but uncommunicative subjects called human infants.