Could eating more fish boost fertility?
New research suggests couples trying to conceive may want to eat more seafood
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Study confirms this method of repelling ticks really works
New research offers a bit of good tick-fighting news just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer
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What you need to know about rabies this summer
"The bottom line is that rabies is deadly but 100 percent preventable"
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How the Air Force's elite surgical team saves lives near the front lines
"They hit an explosive device. And now they're on our doorstep"
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Mussels off Seattle coast test positive for opioids
Enough Seattle residents are now taking oxycodone for the chemicals they excrete to register in shellfish out in Puget Sound
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E-cigarettes fail but one thing helps smokers quit, study finds
In a large study, e-cigarettes worked no better than traditional stop-smoking tools, and the only thing that really helped was paying folks to kick the habit
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Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekend?
New study suggests that if you can't sleep as much as you need during the week, extra shut-eye on the weekends may help
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More women diagnosed with lung cancer than men, study shows
A study by the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute shows for the first time, more women are being diagnosed with lung cancer than men. Researchers found the rates are higher in white and Hispanic women under the age of 50. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
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Disturbing lung cancer trend among young women
Lung cancer has long been associated mostly with men. But a new study finds a disturbing trend among women, even among those who do not smoke. Tara Narula reports.
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New concerns about lung cancer risk in young women
Researchers aren't sure why lung cancer incidence rates in women age 30 to 54 aren't falling as fast as in men the same age. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports.
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Troubling lung cancer trend in young women
New research reveals a shift in lung cancer rates among younger Americans
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FDA warns teething products unsafe, wants them off market
Despite years of warnings about benzocaine gel, the FDA says reports of illnesses and deaths have continued
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Studies: Shuttering coal and oil power plants boosts fertility, babies' health
"We believe that these papers have important implications for understanding the potential ... health benefits of climate and energy policy shifts and provide some very good news on that front"
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"Right to try" bill passes, but will it help patients?
President Trump supports "right to try" legislation. Will it give patients the help they need or only bring false hope?
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USC president under fire over doctor's alleged abuse
The university said over the last few days it has received around 200 reports about campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall
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FDA warns consumers not to use sunscreen pills
"There's no pill or capsule that can replace your sunscreen," the FDA commissioner says
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"Zombie" drug K2 blamed for dozens of ODs
12 arrests have been made as police in Brooklyn warn of "dangerous batch" of synthetic marijuana that's sent dozens to hospital
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Weight loss surgery in Mexico potentially life-threatening, say patients
A recent lawsuit claims some Americans were lured to Mexico for weight loss surgeries that turned out to be dangerous or even life-threatening
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Lawsuit targets discount weight loss surgeries in Mexico
A recent lawsuit claims some Americans were lured to Mexico for weight-loss surgeries that turned out to be dangerous or even life-threatening. Four people from Arizona are suing three doctors in Mexico who performed surgeries. Their suit also names companies in the U.S., which they claim arranged for surgeries and referred the patients to those doctors. Anna Werner reports.
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Panic as bat-borne virus kills 10, infects at least 13 more
Indian officials say Nipah virus outbreak appears contained and "there is no need to panic," but it's too late for some
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