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New AGS Guidelines for Care of Older LGBT Adults

By EDGE | Feb 27
A new position statement focused on LGBT elder care aims to be a "rising tide that lifts all ships" in push for health equality.

US Orders Air Bag Maker to Preserve Parts in Probe

Feb 26
U.S. safety regulators have ordered Japanese air bag maker Takata Corp. to preserve air bag parts from recalled cars for government investigators and attorneys who are suing the company.

Defective Used Cars Often Sold Despite Recalls

By Tom Krisher, Dee-Ann Durbin | Feb 26
More than 46 million cars and trucks on the road in the U.S. - about one-fifth the total - were recalled because of safety defects but never repaired, according to a study by Carfax, a company that sells vehicle history reports.

Postnatal Shocker: Doctor Won't Treat Baby with Two Moms

Feb 23
A same-sex couple is sharing their story about a doctor who refused to accept their baby as a patient on the grounds of their sexual orientation.

Florida has Highest Number of Enrollees Under Health Law

By Kelli Kennedy | Feb 20
Florida has eclipsed California to become the state with the highest number of consumers buying health coverage through new insurance markets under the Affordable Care Act, according to federal statistics.

Is Your Doctor's Office the Most Dangerous Place for Data?

By Tom Murphy, Brandon Bailey | Feb 12
Everyone worries about stolen credit cards or hacked bank accounts, but just visiting the doctor may put you at greater risk for identity fraud.

Why Hack a Healthcare Company?

Feb 6
CBSN's Jeff Glor talks to Shawn Henry, president of Crowd-Strike and former executive assistant director of the FBI, to explain why someone would hack a healthcare company.

Monet Means Money: Auction Nets Record $280M Total

By Jill Lawless | Feb 5
A Venetian waterscape by Claude Monet has sold for more than $35 million at a London auction as the high-end art market shows resilience in a bumpy global economy.

Super Bowl Commercial Touch Downs and Fumbles

Feb 4
Some of the Super Bowl ads are sparking controversy. A Nationwide Insurance commercial received a huge negative response. CBS News contributor Frank Luntz, who watched the big game with a focus group that rated all the commercials.

'Anonymized' Credit Card Data Not so Anonymous

By Seth Borenstein, Jack Gillum | Feb 2
Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the price is included, and this is after companies "anonymized" the transaction records, wiping away names and other personal details.

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