NBC News These Three-Parent Kids Grew Up OK 2016-10-27T19:54:46.000000Z More than a dozen babies born using a controversial 'three-parent' technique have grown into healthy teenagers. Voters Worry More About Drugs Than Obamacare 2016-10-27T14:43:00.000000Z Obamacare is getting a lot of headlines this week, but voters say they care more about high drug prices. Tommy John for Teens: Why Kids Get Major League Surgery 2016-10-27T13:08:00.000000Z More than half of patients are between 15 and 19. AIDS Revelation Doesn't Take Away Stigma, Activists Say 2016-10-27T12:17:00.000000Z A new report settles the debate over when AIDS came to the U.S. But survivors of the early days of the epidemic say they still must fight stigma. HHS Head: Premiums Will Increase, But So Will Subsidies 2016-10-27T00:58:00.000000Z HHS' Sylvia Burwell said Wednesday that an increase in costs is a result of insurers initially underpricing, and not a sign of a broken system. HIV Epidemic Started in New York in 1970, Study Shows 2016-10-26T20:22:00.000000Z The HIV virus first landed in New York in the 1970s and spread to the world from there, a new genetic study shows. And it clears "Patient 0". More Evidence 'Peanut Patch' Can Help Kids with Allergies 2016-10-26T20:10:00.000000Z There's more evidence that a wearable patch may help kids with peanut allergies, researchers said Wednesday. How $9 Billion Blood-Testing Startup Theranos Blew Up 2016-10-26T16:45:00.000000Z It's one thing to 'break all the rules' and reinvent artisanal laundry delivery. It's another when you're handling people's blood. Parent-Led Treatment Helps Kids With Autism 2016-10-26T03:03:00.000000Z A simple treatment that helps parents interact better with very young children with autism pays off years later, British researchers reported Tuesday. FDA Steps Up Warnings for Testosterone 2016-10-25T21:19:56.000000Z Testosterone and other steroids can not only cause heart attacks, but people can easily abuse them, the FDA says.