The highly anticipated guidance updates were sought by health workers after two nurses in Dallas became infected
Debora Patta reports from Liberia where the children orphaned by Ebola have not only lost their parents, but they are often shunned by their families and friends.
Green coffee bean extract got high-profile promotion, but now the study behind its weight-loss claims has been retracted
21-day quarantine ends with no signs of disease in people closest to Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan
With flu season approaching, finding a fast and accurate screening method will become even more important
Doctors urge parents to ditch the spoon after discovering surprising and harmful mistakes made by moms and dads
A look at where things stand with the most advanced efforts in finding find a marketable treatment for the virus
There's a new smartphone app that allows medical marijuana users to get delivery from dispensaries to their door. The app, Nestdrop, is a medical delivery service created by founders Roddy Rodnia and Michael Pycher. KCBS reports.
What's the connection between heart disease and erectile dysfunction? A new study takes Viagra back to its start, helping the heart
Liberian natives who have healthcare jobs in the U.S. are being urged to consider traveling to the area where Ebola is at its worst -- West Africa. A congressman explained the need for help to quell the spread of the virus. WCCO has the story.
Up-to-date news on the Ebola outbreak in the U.S. and overseas
Walk-in clinics are convenient, but hospital emergency rooms are better equipped to deal with potential Ebola cases
A new study shows that adults make mistakes in dosage when giving children medicine. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the surprising results.
Nearly 30,000 runners braved thick smog to compete in Beijing's 34th annual international marathon. Some competitors wore masks as air quality soared to more than 15 times healthy levels. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Defense Dept. preparing 30-member rapid-response team to address outbreak within U.S.; CDC revising protocols for health care workers
Dr. Nahid Bhadelia has returned from caring for patients in West Africa to train other doctors, but one story from her time there has her ready to go back. Elaine Quijano reports.
Texas officials are cautiously optimistic that the worst of Ebola exposure in Dallas may be behind them. A large group of people exposed to Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan passed the 21-day monitoring deadline with no symptoms. Anna Werner reports.
Republican critics are questioning President Obama's appointment of Ron Klain to head the government's Ebola response because of his lack of expertise in health care. Obama appointed Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Biden, last week. Norah O'Donnell reports.
One Boston doctor has returned from caring for patients in West Africa to train other doctors, but one story from her time there has her ready to go back
Researchers in Ohio say that tens of thousands of children are given the wring medication or dosing every year. Also, doctors say that women are more likely to develop anxiety and depression after a heart attack. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.