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Health News (CBS)

CBS News breaks important developments and trends in health and diet. Catch up-to-the-minute information on obesity, allergies, pregnancy, and other wellness issues. Host Meg Oliver and other reporters also investigate alternative medicine, environmental illnesses, and the effectiveness of trendy diets.

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  • 01:42
    Color blind man can distinguish colors after fall

    Color blind from birth, music teacher Richard Riggs has now regained the ability to distinguish colors after hitting his head in a bad fall. Unable to explain the phenomenon, doctors are gaining insig more »

    • Aired: 01/17/2014
    • Views: 811
    • By: CBS
  • 01:04
    Vitamin D may help people with fibromyalgia

    Dek: Daily health headlines: Improving the bacteria in your gut may help you live longer, vitamin-D supplements can help reduce pain in fibromyalgia sufferers, plus more top stories.

    • Aired: 01/17/2014
    • Views: 593
    • By: CBS
  • 01:11
    Vitamin D may help with early multiple sclerosis

    Daily health headlines: Boosting vitamin D could help people with multiple sclerosis, spending more time in sun may boost longevity, plus more top stories

    • Aired: 01/21/2014
    • Views: 408
    • By: CBS
  • 01:20
    Will breast-feeding make your baby smarter?

    Breast-feeding duration linked to IQ scores, lung cancer screenings now recommended for older smokers and 3D breast imaging may lead to fewer false positives than mammograms

    • Aired: 07/30/2013
    • Views: 1008
    • By: CBS
  • 01:37
    Arkansas 12-year-old in critical condition from "brain-eating" amoeba

    Arkansas 12-year-old Kali Hardig is in critical condition and battling a rare infection caused by the "brain-eating" amoeba Naegleria fowleri. KTHV's Max Seigle talks to Hardig's mom and her best frie more »

    • Aired: 07/30/2013
    • Views: 965
    • By: CBS
  • 00:59
    Video games may be problematic for boys with autism, ADHD

    Video games may be addictive for boys with autism, women may not be paying enough attention to their hearts, plus study lists top choking hazards for kids

    • Aired: 07/29/2013
    • Views: 483
    • By: CBS
  • 01:36
    When is it safe to have sex after a heart attack?

    Resuming a normal life can be terrifying for heart attack survivors. Now the American Heart Association wants cardiologists to tackle a sensitive subject with their patients: how to resume a healthy s more »

    • Aired: 07/29/2013
    • Views: 616
    • By: CBS
  • 01:01
    Tall women more likely to develop cancer, study says

    CDC urges doctors to convince parents HPV vaccine can be vital, blood pressure lowering drugs may also stall dementia and researchers link height to cancer risk

    • Aired: 07/26/2013
    • Views: 490
    • By: CBS
  • 01:36
    FDA takes action to make sure imported food is safe

    As federal health officials investigate a mysterious stomach bug that's sickened more than 275 people, the FDA is taking new action to make sure imported food is safe. Over 150 countries import food t more »

    • Aired: 07/26/2013
    • Views: 650
    • By: CBS
  • 01:08
    Study: Teasing overweight people triggers weight gain

    Studies look at fears female heart attack victims face, new risks from smoking while pregnant and how teasing obese people may lead to weight gain

    • Aired: 07/25/2013
    • Views: 1169
    • By: CBS

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