The additional funds and new language comes as GOP leadership aims for a bill revision by Friday
Doctors fresh out of medical school can work a 24-hour shift starting this weekend. But this is raising concerns about patient safety. Dr. Tara Narula reports on what this means for patients and doctors.
Researchers studied 60 million senior citizens and found that their long-term exposure to certain air pollutants increased risk of premature death
Since 2010, Dese'Rae Stage has taken a snapshot of America to talk about an issue that's often treated like a dirty word: Suicide
Since 2010, photographer Dese'Rae Stage has focused her lens on an issue that's often treated like a dirty word: suicide
The lack of consensus on how to change the bill is making achieving that goal challenging
Researchers have developed a painless skin patch for administering the flu vaccine, and testing shows it works as well as a traditional flu shot. CBS News' Don Champion reports.
Two women were hospitalized with life-threatening infection; here's how it spreads
"Please let my experience serve as a reminder to always listen to what your body is telling you"
Water samples from an LA Fitness club in Orlando tested positive for the bacteria, and another nearby gym is also being tested
"No patient should be priced out of the medicines they need"
The state data comes six months after a 2016 law made the option legal in the nation's most populous state
Taking these steps might cut opioid-related deaths by a third, new research suggests
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell decided Tuesday to delay a vote on the bill until after the July 4 recess
Dissolvable microneedle skin patch could be a painless new way to protect against flu, early study suggests
While porky animals may look cute, the extra fat can cause life-threatening conditions
A new study shows one out of three cats and dogs in America are overweight or obese. Busy lifestyles and unhealthy diets are wreaking havoc on our pets - and while porky animals may look cute, the extra fat can cause life-threatening conditions. Don Dahler reports.
Ali Chandra shared a photo of a $231,000 medical bill for her 2-year-old son, Ethan, and was surprised to see it strike such a chord with the American public
A tweet from a New Jersey mom put a very young face on the fight over the Senate health care bill. Alison Chandra shared a photo of a $231,000 medical bill for her 2-year-old son, Ethan, and was surprised to find out how much their story resonated with others. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Officials say the case is related to travel and they are working with clinicians to identify potentially exposed individuals