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Amy Holmes, Roland Martin sit down with Megyn Kelly to talk about race and history of blackface
Megyn Kelly apologizes for blackface comments: ‘I was wrong, and I am sorry’
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Dylan Hundley talks about how music helped overcome tragedy
Kathie Lee Gifford tells Megyn Kelly about her new children’s book
Why are Americans working out more but losing less weight?
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3 great chicken recipes for kids
Drive-in theaters are making a comeback!
Brother helps diagnose sister with rare Guillain-Barré syndrome
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Joy Bauer shares 6 foods to eat to live a longer life
CEO Strauss Zelnick on ‘becoming ageless’ through health and spirituality
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Reporter details rare disease that descended her into a month of madness
Susannah Cahalan was working as a journalist when she starting experiencing strange hallucinations and outbursts. After a turbulent medical journey, winding up catatonic in a hospital, her doctor found a clue that led to her diagnosis: anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. Cahalan and her neurologist, Dr. Souhel Najjar, join Megyn Kelly TODAY to discuss her medical mystery — as retold in a Netflix film based on her book, “Brain on Fire,” — and how they solved it.July 5, 2018
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