Proposed NJ Bill Would Let Women Use Medical Marijuana For Menstrual PainDemocratic Assembly members Tim Eustace, L. Grace Spencer and Angelica Jimenez introduced the bill on Thursday.
NY Lawmakers Pass Legislation To Ban Tampon TaxAssembly member Linda Rosenthal, a Manhattan Democrat who sponsored the bill, says the state exempts from sales taxes other medical necessities like bandages, medicine and even condoms.
Medical Research Goes Mobile With Apple ResearchKitNew apps like Apple's ResearchKit have allowed potential medical research subjects to participate in studies on the go -- making the process simple and even entertaining
NYC To Move Ahead With Salt Warning Labels After Judge Denies InjunctionThe law requires restaurants to place a salt shaker logo next to items that top the recommended daily limit of sodium.
Sen. Blumenthal Proposes National Standard On Food 'Sell By' DatesThe new law would establish a national standard that would accurately tell consumers when specific products are no longer safe to eat.
GRAMMYs Preview: Beauty Secrets Straight From The Red CarpetTonight the 58th Annual GRAMMYs will air on CBS and that means all eyes will be on the stars -- how they look and what they wear.
Seen At 11: Cold Temperatures, A New Beauty Trend?What if limited exposure to cold could actually help you lose weight, or help prevent aging skin?
Seen At 11: Discount Spices Aren't Always What They SeemSome discount spices may be mixed with other ingredients that you may not be expecting, experts say.
Seen At 11: Is Snacking On The Job Making You Fat?Is the effort to boost camaraderie and office morale with food sabotaging your diet?
5 Gym Essentials For 2016Here are five things to add to your workout that will leave you not only feeling good but looking good, too.
Seen At 11: Simple Ways To Help Promote Positive ThinkingImproving your outlook on life may be easier than you think -- it's the power of positive thinking, and new technology you can use at home can actually train your brain to be happy.
Experts Share Advice On Keeping New Year's Health ResolutionsThe University of Pennsylvania said after one week, 75 percent of us are still on track, but six months later, that figure drops to 40 percent.