enviromantic/iStockBy DR. L. NEDDA DASTMALCHI, ABC News (NEW YORK) — For decades, doctors have been searching for a surefire way to prevent atrial fibrillation, an abnormal heart rhythm that can prove fatal. Now, a new, high-quality study has ruled out two possible contenders: vitamin D and fish oil supplements. TheRead More →

simon2579/iStockBy LUIS MARTINEZ, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Gen. Gustave Perna, who is leading Operation Warp Speed’s effort to distribute coronavirus vaccines nationwide, told ABC News he is confident that vaccines will be “on the street” and headed to communities just 24 hours after being authorized by the Food and DrugRead More →

vladm/iStockBy LAURA ROMERO, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the U.S. continue to set new records, blood centers and hospitals are sounding the alarm again over a shortage of donations amid the ongoing closure of schools, colleges and other collection locations. Blood donations are notRead More →

Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) — Chris Pratt has a few words of advice for his co-star Chris Hemsworth — stop working out.  Hemsworth recently shared a shirtless Instagram photo of himself lifting a giant tire with the witty caption, “Cheat day today. Decided to treat myself to this extra large donut, gosh it’s heavy.” In response, PrattRead More →

Courtesy Sony Pictures (LOS ANGELES) — Kristen Stewart is counting down the days until her holiday film, Happiest Season, premieres on Hulu on November 25.  The film, an LGBT rom-com, is a project that is very near and dear to the actress’ heart for many reasons. When speaking Monday with Variety, Stewart opened up aboutRead More →

artisteer/iStockBy JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News (NEW YORK) — This year’s charge toward social justice has brought about change for the better, and one upside has been the elevated support for Black-owned businesses. Many Black-owned businesses have been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and have struggled to stayRead More →

Pureradiancephoto/iStockBy AARON KATERSKY, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Purdue Pharma is expected Tuesday to plead guilty to federal conspiracy and kickback charges and acknowledge that its aggressive marketing of opioids over the last three decades helped propel an addiction crisis that killed hundreds of thousands of Americans. The guilty pleaRead More →