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Kotex Tampons Recalled After Reports They Unravel Inside BodyKimberly-Clark announced a voluntary recall of its U by Kotex® Sleek® Tampons, Regular Absorbency after some consumers reported the tampons were unraveling inside their bodies, or coming apart upon removal.
'Sesame Street' Muppet Becomes First To Experience HomelessnessFor the first time, a resident of "Sesame Street" is experiencing homelessness -- and the hope is that her story can help sweep the clouds away for the growing number of young children in the United States without homes to call their own.
Recall Issued For 30K Pounds Of Jimmy Dean Sausages After Metal Pieces Found In FoodNearly 30,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean sausages are being recalled because they may contain pieces of metal.
Increased Breast Cancer Risk Might Last Decades After Childbirth, Study SaysCompared with women who have never had children, women who have given birth may have an increased breast cancer risk that continues for up to 23 years after their most recent birth, according to a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine on Monday.
Deadline To Sign Up For ACA Healthcare Is Coming SoonThe window is rapidly closing to sign up for the Affordable Care Act. Whether it’s something as simple as a shot, or as complex as surgery, health insurance can mean all the difference in care.
Doctor To Pay $3M To Resolve Improper Medicaid BillingMaryland officials say a doctor will pay about $3 million to settle civil liability claims from improperly billing Medicaid programs in Maryland and Delaware and the Medicare program.

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Coaches accused of sexual misconduct still active, USA Today findsA new USA Today investigation uncovers how the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the national governing bodies under its umbrella, allegedly failed to enforce bans on youth coaches accused or convicted of sexual misconduct. In a statement, the USOC said: "We have worked with each of our national governing bodies to ensure all information on sanctioned individuals is provided" to the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Nancy Armour, the lead reporter on the USA Today Sports' investigation, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her findings.
Alabama's Doug Jones: Trump's tariffs are spreading fearThe Democratic senator says his state's farmers and manufacturers are "beginning to question" Trump's policies
Adviser Lanny Davis says Michael Cohen faces "challenge to convince people that he's credible"Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney and fixer, was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to financial fraud and campaign finance charges. Lanny Davis, a communications adviser to Cohen, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Cohen's cooperation with the special counsel Russia probe and his sentencing.
Seattle high schools find later start time improves academic performanceA new study suggests many teenagers are not getting enough sleep. The research adds fuel to the argument school start times should be moved back. Only 15 percent of high schools follow the American Academy of Pediatrics advice and start at 8:30 a.m. or later. One Seattle school district that switched to a later start time is giving the study's results high marks. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
Eye Opener at 8: 3 people rescued from W.V. coal mineA look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Apple to build new Austin headquarters campus, expand around U.S.Texas location will house as many as 15,000 employees, and other new or expanded sites will have thousands more