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Many of us spend hours in front of the glowing screens of our tablets or e-readers late into the evening hours. But a new study finds that could be one of the reasons we're not getting enough sleep. CBS News' Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
Many of us spend hours in front of the glowing screens of our tablets or e-readers late into the evening hours. But a new study finds that could be one of the reasons we're not getting enough sleep. CBS News' Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
Popular fare may take a toll on the brain as well as the waistline
New research looks at which type of exercise is most effective for keeping that expanding waistline in check
Sacrificing sleep for your job could be killing you. A new study is out on what scientists call "short sleepers" and what activities they choose to do instead of getting some rest. Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, an assistant professor at the NYU School of medicine, joins "CBSN" with more on the study.
New research suggests cuddling loved ones may help boost the immune system
Violence, drug and alcohol abuse increase among kids whose mothers suffered from depression
A new study examines the effects of maternal depression on teenagers. And, Americans are doing a little bit better staying out of the bakery aisle. Eboni Williams has a look at the day's top health stories.
After investigating claims made on popular medical talk show, study warns, "The public should be skeptical about recommendations"
Health officials are investigating a deadly listeria outbreak linked to prepackaged caramel apples. WCCO-TV's Rachel Slavik reports on more about the outbreak.
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