Senators Fight EpiPen Price Hike

By now everyone has a little glimpse of how the Pharmaceutical Industry works, we all have come to understand that even though there probably is a cure of cancer it will never be available to the general public. Why you may ask? Well it’s simple, it is more...

10 Everyday Things You’ve Been Doing Wrong

Have you ever wondered if the daily routines you have been doing all this time is not the way it should be done? Do you know that there is a correct way to plug in your earbuds if you’d like to listen to music? Are you tired and heavily struggling with your lousy...

How to protect your skin this summer

A recent study shows 88 percent of Americans have experienced sunburn and 71 percent say they have suffered moderate to severe cases. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and dermatologist Dr. Francesca Fusco join “CBS This Morning:...

Marijuana Helping Older Americans Find Pain Relief

Marijuana use is not high for people 55-and-older, they have become the fastest-growing demographic of pot users in our country. Most seniors take prescription drugs on a daily basis. The “side effects” of marijuana are insignificant in comparison to the side effects...

Promising Breakthrough in Brain Cancer Cure

Molecular biologist Matthias Gromeier has developed a virus that could potentially poison cancer cells. Gromeier re-engineered the virus, removing a key genetic sequence. The virus can’t survive this way, so he repaired the damage with a harmless bit of cold...

Miguel Carrasquillo Calls for Expanding End-of-Life Options

Miguel Carrasquillo, 35, is suffering from one of the worst cases of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme. His cancer recently spread from his brain to his liver, stomach, testicles, and other body organs. “I have lived with the reality of a premature death for...

The Cocoa Cure: Connection Between Brains and Cocoa

Latest research prevails that a component in cocoa might actually help reverse memory loss from aging for decades. Dr. Max Gomez, a CBS News doctor reveals a connection between cocoa and the brain. Rachel Yarmolinsky, 62 years old, was concern on her fading memory and...

Blogger Lives Completely Trash Free

Blogger Lauren Singer has been living trash free for four years. She has about a jar’s worth of garbage from the past two years, how is that even possible? However, she does have a lot of cool ideas on how we can throw away less trash. Some of her pointers are...

Eating Like Gwyneth Paltrow Costs a Fortune

Gwyneth Paltrow takes a lot of heat for her food choices. For instance she said that she would rather smoke crack than eat cheese from a can. Whatever she says, few people can look as good as she does in the bikini. So E! channel decided to dig deeper to find out if...

Why “Ultra-Processed”Foods Pose Health Hazards

More than half of all calories consumed in the U.S. come from “ultra-processed” foods, which can contribute to serious health complications like obesity and heart disease, new research finds. Ultra-processed foods are products that contain several...

Could Video Games Help Kids Shed Extra Pounds?

Child obesity more than doubled between 1980 and 2012, and the CDC calls it an “epidemic.” But a group of Louisiana researchers are looking at whether playing video games could actually help kids lose weight.

Amazing Boy Invites Sister With Cancer to Dance

A South Dakota teen made the experience of going to his first high school formal a family affair by inviting his younger sister, who is battling cancer. AJ Spader, 15, told his parents of his plan to invite his sister Rebekah, 10, as a way to make meaningful memories....

World’s First Ibuprofen Patch Created

They have invented a transparent adhesive patch that can consistently deliver a prolonged high dose of the painkiller ibuprofen directly through the skin. The University of Warwick researchers and Medherant have found a way to incoporate significant amounts of the...

Dallas County Patient Gets Zika Virus From Sex

Health officials say a patient in Dallas County, Texas, has acquired the Zika virus through sex. Officials confirm the patient was infected after having sexual contact with an ill person who returned from a country where Zika was present. (Feb. 3) Subscribe for more...

Decline In Soda Sales Making Companies Rethink Strategies

Soda sales have decreased about 14 percent in the past decade but companies are making moves to turn this around. The decrease in soda sales might also be influenced by people wanting to eat and drink healthier foods.  New detailed information from...