Health

Some Bush's Baked Beans recalled


Tips on using mosquito repellent


Lone Grove residents should be receiving clear water


Tips on sunscreen during summer heat


Annual KXII All-American Blood Drives kickoff


Cooke County hosting seminar about mosquito disease


Health Department officials warn of Syphilis in Grayson County


Graco recalls car seats; webbing may not hold child in crash


Frito-Lay announce recall of select Jalapeno flavored potato chips


Health department talks about rodent viral video


More than half a million asthma inhalers recalled by GSK


Conagra recalls Hunt's chili kits; may contain salmonella


12 million enroll in health law that Trump, GOP are trying to repeal


Congress' analyst: 14 million lose coverage under GOP health bill


GOP health bill clears first hurdles; leaders claim momentum


Bird flu found at Tyson Foods chicken supplier


Denison 16-month-old infected with malaria


Games, crafts, other activities may safeguard aging brain


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CBS News Health Headlines

Two women, once strangers living in the same town, are now connected for life
The House is currently scheduled to go on recess at the end of the week for the month of August and not return until September
"Unfortunately, we're in an era now where, with the internet, people with fringe views like this can gain the upper hand"
Fifty-six million Americans fall under the guidelines to take a statin to reduce cholesterol, but a new study says only about half take them. Many start the medication, but abandon it after two years. The study highlights the dangers of ending statin therapy, including heart attacks and death. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why people stop taking the medicine, the risks of abandoning the medication and misconceptions associated with the drug.

WebMD Health News

Internet-fueled movement has heart experts concerned about potential consequences

Study suggests brief bursts of intense physical activity lowered risk for bone loss

Concerns are growing about weight's impact on development of chronic disease, researchers say

A 5 percent drop in coverage could trigger a tripling of measles cases in young kids, study finds

Boy's HIV In Remission Years After Treatment Ended

AP Top Health Stories

To Prevent Falls, Try Tai ChiEvery second of every day in the U.S. an older adult falls, making that the leading cause of injury and death for people 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....


To Prevent Falls, Try Tai ChiEvery second of every day in the U.S. an older adult falls, making that the leading cause of injury and death for people 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....


To Prevent Falls, Try Tai ChiEvery second of every day in the U.S. an older adult falls, making that the leading cause of injury and death for people 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....


To Prevent Falls, Try Tai ChiEvery second of every day in the U.S. an older adult falls, making that the leading cause of injury and death for people 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....


How to Make Lightened Up Peanut Butter Kiss CookiesBecause there’s no greater dessert combo than peanut butter and chocolate, we created these healthier peanut butter kiss cookies that are low in fat and calories, and still totally tasty. Watch the video to learn how to make them.