Margot Kim, ABC30 Fresno

Margot Kim

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Past articles by Margot:

Health Watch: 6 lesser-known facts about breast cancer

1 in 8 American women develop breast cancer, so chances are, you know someone who has fought this terrible disease. → Read More

Health Watch: Health trends that hurt?

You may be surprised to learn that some of these health fads can actually hurt you. → Read More

ABC30 ORIGINAL: These new contact lenses can be worn by kids while they sleep

Many kids are getting special contacts worn while they sleep to slow the progression of near-sightedness. → Read More

Health Watch: Zapping kidney stones in kids

Doctors are seeing an increase in kidney stones in teenagers that has doubled over the past 20 years. → Read More

Valley medical center offering families alternative option to treat autism

Brain-mapping identifies 21 specific sites, each responsible for a mental or physical function. Dr. Redubla says the mapping pinpoints which sites are deficient so treatment can be targeted to that site to improve or repair it. → Read More

Brought Back To Life From Sudden Cardiac Death!

It can cause death instantly. In fact, it's estimated 325,000 adults fall victim to sudden cardiac death in the U.S. every year. Meet one woman who not only beat the odds but is now living her best life. → Read More

Add more fruit to your kids lunch

Next to the most popular fruit-apples-kids get a lot of their fruit from juices. Consumer Reports says fruit juices aren't the best choice because they have less fiber and more calories and sugar than fruit. → Read More

How much generator do I need?

Consumer Reports explains how to find the right generator for your home. → Read More

Facts About Fibroids

Fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that develop inside a woman's uterus. Scientists aren't sure exactly what causes these mysterious growths. Learn some fibroid facts you might not know. → Read More

EGI Keeps Alina On Her Toes: Epilepsy Breakthrough

One in ten people will have a seizure at least one time in their life. → Read More

Protect your kids from household dangers

Consumer Reports tells you which household products are the riskiest, and what you can do to prevent your child from accidentally consuming a dangerous substance. → Read More

Cutting board questions answered

Consumer Reports has some useful tips on how to care for your cutting boards to keep them in top shape and as free of bacteria as possible. → Read More

Robot repairs a broken heart

Three million Americans every year struggle with a leaky mitral valve. → Read More

Extreme Morning Sickness: Cure For The Royals And Everyday Moms?

A UCLA/USC researcher believes she's zeroed in on a cause of extreme morning sickness, the first step toward a treatment. → Read More

Thyroid Cancers Triple

The thyroid is a small gland in the front of your neck and it happens to be a favorite target for cancer. → Read More

Consumer Reports tips for the ultimate road trip

It's time to pack up the kids and hit the open road, which also means it's time to start making some important decisions. → Read More

Video Game for Stroke Therapy

A stroke can happen anywhere, at any time. And recovery from a stroke can be a long process, taking many years for some to even get a partial recovery. → Read More

Tick protection and prevention

Consumer Reports has some suggestions to help you from being bit by a tick. → Read More

Sudden cardiac death in athletes

Experts say half of all cardiovascular deaths are sudden cardiac deaths. Young athletes may be at risk and not even know it. → Read More

Used Cars vs. Certified Pre-Owned

Consumer Reports offers some advice if you're deciding between a used or certified pre-owned vehicle. → Read More