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Fewer women in U.S. having kids

New numbers from the CDC reveal that fewer women in the U.S. are having kids. Between 2000 and 2009, pregnancy rates for U.S. women fell by 12 percent, or nearly six-point-four million pregnancies. It's the lowest rate in 12 years.

New report: Smoking pot can cause male breast

Gynecomastia, otherwise known as man boobs (or moobs for short), is a condition that affects approximately 33% to 41% of men between the ages of 25 and 45. It's even more common during puberty, affecting 60% of 14-year-old boys.

Weather slows travelers to a stop in El Paso

Weather issues across the state are causing problems here in the Borderland. Flights out of El Paso International Airport are cancelled and buses leaving the Greyhound Station have been indefinitely postponed.

Vatican setting up commission against sexual abuse of minors

Pope Francis is creating a commission to prevent the abuse of minors and to support victims of abuse, Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley announced Thursday in Rome.

New mortgage rules could mean fewer choices

A new Commerce Department report says the sales of single family homes jumped a whopping twenty-five percent from September to October, and twenty-two percent since last year.

Accused LAX airport shooter in count Wednesday

Accused LAX Airport shooter Paul Ciancia will make his first court appearance today (Wednesday.)

Pope Francis once a nightclub bouncer? What?

Did you know that Pope Francis was once a bouncer at a nightclub in his native Argentina?

Keep your house safe during the holidays

The hustle and bustle of the holidays is distracting and sometimes we all just need a little reminder about some of those safety tips that might seem obvious.

Want to eat less during the holiday season? Try using a red plate

We've gone from turkey and stuffing to Christmas cookies and egg nog and candy canes! So how about a tip that might come in handy especially during this season?

Financial experts suggest: Get a grip on gift guilt

The feeling goes something like this, "I know I can't afford it but so-and-so really, really wants this gift." Remember if it breaks the bank then you need to rethink your holiday spending.

Tips to help avoid Thanksgiving holiday stress

There are many different reasons for seasonal stress. If you are responsible for the meal, the task can get overwhelming quickly. Experts suggests making a plan ahead of time, with a list of dishes and cooking times.

Volunteer opportunites during the holidays

The holidays are a time for sharing and giving to those less fortunate, but sometimes that's such an abstract notion, it's hard to figure out how exactly to help. Here are some ideas:

Get ready for holiday travel, expected to be busy

Expect roads to be busy the next few days. Triple A is estimating 90 percent of Thanksgiving travelers will be driving to their destinations this year.

No Farm Bill passed, could mean higher milk prices

We could see milk get a lot more expensive. That's because Congress still hasn't passed a Farm Bill to renew subsidies for dairy and other commodities. Lawmakers have until the end of the year to reach a deal.

Morning-after pill may not work for overweight women

 An emergency contraceptive manufactured in Europe will come with a new label in 2014, warning that the pill may not be effective for women over a certain weight.