The Department of Veterans Affairs released the results of the largest analysis of veteran suicide rates
Women are asking plastic surgeons to tweak this bikini-enhancing feature
Water and sweat may wash away all the sun-protection benefits in some products
A new study finds 40 percent of the sunblocks that got the best customer reviews on Amazon.com didn't meet all the guidelines from the American Academy of Dermatology, especially when it came to water or sweat resistance. Researchers also found people spend as much as $23 an ounce for products that provide the same protection as sunscreens costing just 68 cents an ounce. Dr. Elizabeth Hale, clinical associate professor of dermatology at the NYU Langone Medical Center in New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to give practical tips for sun protection.
In a first in this country, surgeons in Arizona implanted a new type of stent to open clogged arteries. It's made of a plastic-like material that dissolves gradually. The developer believes it can prevent blood clots, which are linked to metal stents.
Experts hope it will result in better treatments for the nation's leading cause of death, "but it will take years to prove"
Thousands of lives could be saved if the U.S. matched the rate in other high-income nations
From inappropriate comments to fondling to rape, misconduct may be more common than previously believed
As concerns mount about addiction, pharma giant says it wants to help address public health concern
Stay safe in the blazing summer heat with these expert tips
New research looks at what happened after several states passed "aid in dying" laws
More studies are needed to see if THC, an ingredient in marijuana, could be useful in fighting Alzheimer's
The drug company Sanofi SA hopes to accelerate vaccine development amid the current outbreak
There are "very compelling reasons" to not vaccinate kids, a lawsuit against the new law reguiring mandatory vaccines for school children
Authorities in one Ohio city say they've responded to more than a dozen suspected heroin overdoses in less than 12 hours
State wanted to end funding for health services, such as exams and cancer screenings -- not abortions -- for poor patients on Medicaid
Study suggests more young adults may be taking part in this unhealthy behavior, including more young men than previously thought
Athletes will be tested to help learn more about how the virus spreads and persists in the body
Low-carb dieters have been avoiding it for years, but some researchers see things differently
When it comes to luring kids to eat, what works for junk food marketing can also work for healthier foods