Health

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


Texoma Health Foundation teams up to launch 'Okay to Say' initiative


AP-NORC Poll: Americans of all stripes say fix health care


The good, bad and unknown about marijuana's health effects


Flu death reported in Johnston County


FDA denies bid to drop some warnings from tobacco pouches


New app helps Sherman elementary school with flu prevention


Blue Bell: Testing helps create safe treats post-2015 recall


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CBS News Health Headlines

This estimate of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) projects that 1 million fewer people would lose their health insurance over the next 10 years than had been previously estimated
The disease is serious but "what's not out there is that patients with early stage disease are highly curable"
After the deadly bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, many children and teens -- and their parents -- are struggling to deal with fear. Pat Anderson, the clinical director of Families First, offered some guidance to CBS Indianapolis station WTTV.
Mental health experts say it's important for parents to encourage teens to follow through with their plans

WebMD Health News

Cannabidiol not associated with the 'high' of marijuana, researchers report

Less than 6 hours a night doubled chances of dying from heart disease, stroke, study suggests

Scientists aim for earlier detection, when tumors are treatable

Keytruda is targeted to specific cancers with specific DNA that can arise in multiple sites

omestic abuse is not limited to battered women’s syndrome. Some people use menacing psychological methods to absolutely rule over their partners. It’s called coercive control. Learn the warning signs and what to do if you suspect it.

AP Top Health Stories

Explore the Health Secrets of TahitiTake a tropical adventure – without leaving your couch! Join Plastic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon on a journey to the islands of Tahiti to uncover the wellness secrets of this famously healthy Pacific paradise. Chef Lou Wellness cCoach Tuomo and show Dr. Ordon how to make delicious Tahitian specialties, including including a vegan coleslaw, Poisson Cru, a Tahitian version of ceviche, and breadfruit appetizers spread with pesto. Next, Dr. Ordon visits the pineapple fields of Moorea.


3 Takeaways from the New CBO Score of the Republican Healthcare PlanConsumer Reports has no relationship with any advertisers on this website. A much-anticipated analysis of GOP plans to overhaul the Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes it clear that health insurance ...


3 Takeaways from the New CBO Score of the Republican Healthcare PlanConsumer Reports has no relationship with any advertisers on this website. A much-anticipated analysis of GOP plans to overhaul the Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes it clear that health insurance ...


Miranda Kerr Loves Noni Juice - Do The Doctors?Supermodel Miranda Kerr reportedly swears by the health and beauty benefits of Tahitian noni juice. But is the tropical beverage really a fountain of wellness?


Running with the Wolves to Treat PTSD?Almost 25 million suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder in the U.S. alone. One woman found a unique way to cope with her PTSD after a traumatic event – by following the call of the wild. After an ex-boyfriend raped Sarah, she developed agonizing PTSD.