A little-known side to the government's health insurance website is prompting renewed concerns about privacy, just as the White House is calling for stronger cybersecurity protections for consumers.
Is it possible to fall in love with someone by asking just 36 questions? Psychologist Arthur Aron brought together pairs of strangers and told them to ask each other a series of increasingly personal questions.
LGBT advocates look to Sarah Saldaña, the next head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to use her authority to address the increasing crisis of physical and sexual violence against LGBT and HIV-positive immigrants.
For women who have survived breast cancer, reconstructive surgery can be a first step toward looking like their old selves. A Colorado organization is helping some of those women, and others who don't choose reconstruction, in their emotional healing.
The Council of Accountable Physician Practices outlines the top five questions you should ask any new doctor.
Sex and spirit harmonize in Armin Heining's GAY-TANTRA™ trainings. Now the German pioneer is bringing his training to America for the first time. EDGE has the story on what GAY-TANTRA™ is, and where to go to find out more.
If you're looking to change or advance your career, U.S. News & World Report is releasing its list of the best jobs of 2015. Editor and chief content officer Brian Kelly joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the list, first on "CBS This Morning."
While you can't wave a magic wand and make your New Year's Resolutions come true, there are resources available to fulfill your promise to transform your health, energy and body.
During the week of January 12-16, LGBT leaders and elected officials have teamed up to enroll the community for new health plans under the Affordable Care Act before the open enrollment period ends on February 15.
For years, the government has told Americans to eat their vegetables. A rewrite of the government's dietary guidelines could include some new advice, too, on sugar, salt, meat and caffeine.