Arizona health officials say about 1,000 people, including 200 children, may have exposed to measles as the outbreak traced to Disneyland spreads.
State health officials worry young people will become addicted if the devices remain unregulated
A 10-year-old in Kansas used her signing skills to assist emergency health care workers with a car crash victim
Sugary drinks containing sucrose, glucose or corn syrup have already been linked to weight gain
A large circle on social media could be the key to slimming down
As people live longer, scientists and doctors have struggled to ensure mental function doesn't age as rapidly too
Illinois health officials are looking into whether a case of measles can be traced to Disneyland. So far, at least 88 people in eight states have been infected. Ben Tracy reports.
Researchers say that women who gain or lose more than five percent of body weight after menopause can have a higher risk of bone fractures. Also, a potential link between a hormone disorder and chronic health conditions in women. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
Pets as well as people are getting pain relief through the ancient method of acupuncture, a technique using tiny needles that's a mainstay of traditional Chinese medicine.
Dr. Jay Gordon signs hundreds of "personal belief exemptions," allowing parents to bypass laws requiring vaccinations
Dr. Vivek Murthy believes the popularity of vaping still raises more questions than answers
Doctor stunned to see freckled cartoon character in x-rays of 16-month old boy
Living with even slightly elevated levels of cholesterol over time greatly increases future risk for heart disease
Long-term use of some allergy and depression meds may be linked to increased risk of dementia
Research on siblings with autism sheds new light on disorder's complexity
A blizzard has kept millions of people stuck indoors across New England; if you're feeling stir crazy, try these tips
A new report finds doctors are using CT scans and x-rays tests too frequently, exposing patients to high levels of radiation when safer options could be used
Typically, it's been thought that when two children from the same family have autism, it's a result of the same genetic mutations. A new study from Autism Speaks suggests that this isn't always the case; the genes that lead to autism are much more varied. Dr. Malika Marshall reports.
A new study finds that every decade you have elevated cholesterol between ages 35 and 55, your risk of heart disease could jump by 39 percent. Cardiologist Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study.
A new investigation from Consumer Reports found the number of CT scans grew from 3 million a year in 1980 to 80 million today, and up to one-third of them could be unnecessary. Consumer Reports deputy content editor Trisha Calvo joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the story.