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CBSNews: Health

Diseases spread by ticks hit record level in U.S.

A new report from the CDC shows that tickborne diseases like Lyme and Rocky Mountain spotted fever continue to rise

Don't let salmonella ruin your turkey dinner

A salmonella outbreak lingers as Thanksgiving approaches, making it especially important to follow advice for safe handling of raw turkey

Health concerns over poor air quality from California wildfires

People with certain health conditions, as well as older adults, children and teens, are advised to remain indoors and limit physical exertion

Woman goes to Mexico for plastic surgery, returns to U.S. on life support

Before Laura Avila's procedures even began, there were major complications

Juul stops sale of flavored e-cigarettes in stores

Juul, the dominant maker of e-cigarettes, is pulling some of its most popular products from stores. It may have been done as a preemptive strike before the federal government could act. CBS News

Juul to halt sales of flavored e-cigs in retail stores

Company is also shutting down some of its social media accounts, which are popular with young people

More cases of rare, paralyzing illness AFM seen in kids

"As a mom myself I can certainly understand why parents are worried," said Dr. Nancy Messonier of the CDC

Holiday toys: Avoid these 10 playthings, consumer group says

With American kids suffering about 240,000 toy-related injuries annually, a consumer group issue new warnings

"Stay in your lane": Doctors fire back at the NRA over guns

Physicians pushed back against the NRA's claim that doctors should "stay in your lane" when it comes to gun violence research

Planned Parenthood president's "deeply personal" mission

The first doctor to lead the organization in half a century says its mission is "deeply personal" to her

New research on fish oil benefits for heart health

Two Harvard clinical trials look at potential heart health benefits from eating more fish or taking a fish oil supplement

Singing nurse lifts spirits, helps man go home from hospice care

A Michigan nurse learned one of her patients' favorite songs and sang it with him to lift his spirits

New guidelines count short bursts of activity, housework as exercise

For the first time, the government is adding recommendations for 3- to 5-year-olds

FDA set to restrict e-cigarette sales at gas stations, convenience stores

The FDA is set to crack down on sales of flavored e-cigarette products, claiming they are highly addictive and have become hugely popular with minors. It could take action as soon as next week. Anna

Michigan legalizes recreational marijuana

Michigan this week became the 10th state to approve recreational marijuana, joining Missouri and Utah that have legalized medical marijuana. Colorado was among the first states to legalize marijuana

Studying the microbiome could be the next frontier in colon cancer research

Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. but colonoscopies have been found to reduce the risk of death from the disease by 70 percent or more. CBS News chief

Conversion therapy: A debunked practice aimed at "converting" homosexuals

Despite controversy, state bans, and warnings from mental health professionals, treatments continue in some religious communities for parishioners who want to "change" from being gay

Current Ebola outbreak is the worst in Congo's history

The deadly virus has killed about 198 people since the outbreak was declared August 1

Aetna ordered to pay $25.5M after denying coverage to woman who died

Jury instructs health insurer to pay an Oklahoma City family $25.5 million for denying a relative's claim for coverage for a type of radiation therapy

Artificial intelligence could help doctors identify hard-to-spot colon polyps

Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S.