Some sports and weight-loss supplements still contain experimental stimulant drugs that were prohibited years ago by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to a new study.  The study, published today (Oct. 22) in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analyzed 12 brands of sports and weight-loss supplements, looking for four potentially dangerous stimulant drugs Read More →

Stop us if this sounds familiar: Jason Garrett, perhaps one of the league’s most risk-averse coaches, played for overtime and ended up losing. On Sunday, the Cowboys trailed the Redskins by 10 points with just under five minutes left in the fourth quarter. They cut the lead to three, and with the ball on Washington’s Read More →

TCU wide receiver KaVontae Turpin was arrested Sunday for assault and charged with bodily injury of a family member, according to Tarrant County Jail records. The Tarrant County Jail confirmed that Turpin had been released from custody on Monday.TCU released the following statement on Turpin’s arrest:”Texas Christian University is aware that one of its students Read More →

Skin is more than a fleshy surface for pimples, tattoos and wrinkles. Skin is the body's largest organ, and along with hair, nails, glands and nerves, is part of the integumentary system, according to Oregon State University. This system acts as a protective barrier between the outside and the inside of the body.

Need Fantasy Football lineup advice? Talk to CBS Sports on your Google Assistant to get insights on the best sleepers and to help decide between players. Just start with, “Hey Google, talk to CBS Sports.” More FantasyWeek 7 reactions, Week 8 early waiver wireHow do Patriots cope without Sony Michel?There was much debate before the Read More →

The New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons each had high hopes coming into the 2018 NFL season, but for both franchises, those hopes appear to have already been dashed.┬áMore on the NFLNFL Week 7 Grades: Lions get an ‘A’ for big road win; Jaguars get an ‘F’ for ugly home lossNew York is 1-5 and Read More →

Blake Bortles was benched on Sunday for Cody Kessler, the same man who went 0-8 as the Browns starter in 2016. This is the latest development in a career that has been plagued by some pretty terrible football, and if coach Doug Marrone’s post-game comments are any indication, it’s unclear when Bortles might earn his Read More →

We’re over halfway through the regular season, yet still a little more than a week away from the College Football Playoff releasing its first set of rankings. That means that all the talk surrounding college football is about to center around the CFP for the next two months, so I figure we might as well Read More →

There’s no question Real Madrid has a problem. The team has lost its form and you have to wonder how much time manager Julen Lopetegui will be given to turn things around. The club snapped its worst goal-scoring drought on Saturday, finding the back of the net for the first time since Sept. 22. To Read More →

In a Northern California district court, conference realignment may take an urgent, unexpected turn. The ongoing Alston v. NCAA trial seeks an injunction against current NCAA scholarship limitations (room, board, books, tuition, cost of attendance). This is the mother of all pay-for-play lawsuits to date in that it basically seeks to end the longstanding “collegiate Read More →