Actress and singer Rita Wilson revealed that she is recovering from a double mastectomy. The wife of Tom Hanks says a second opinion helped spot her breast cancer early. Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more.
Counterfeit version of the popular cosmetic treatment may have make its way into U.S. doctors' offices
After group of doctors urge Columbia to oust him from faculty, Oz says his show provides "multiple points of view," including his own
Researchers say the dog flu strain that is rapidly spreading across the Midwest has been identified as a new strain from Asia. Veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward explains what dog owners should do if they think their dog has the flu.
Scientists have found that the connections between humans and their dogs have the same biochemical basis as the mother-child bond, and it's strengthened by the same thing: a loving gaze.
Migraine pain may not be all in your head, doctors say; in some cases it starts in the neck
Migraines can be debilitating for many people, especially those who suffer from what are known as neck migraines. But a new treatment approach may help. Dr. Max Gomez reports from New York.
AIDS virus continues to spread as state tries emergency measures to stop it
That delicious stuff you pour on your pancakes could be a weapon against antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Prosecutors say New York dental office manager Valbona Yzeiraj treated unsuspecting patients when the real dentist was out of the office. Some patients suffered serious complications. CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Several patients developed serious complications after procedures done by office manager, investigators say
Virus never before seen in the U.S. is spreading rapidly through doggie day cares and kennels
New research found that electronic cigarettes became three times as popular with middle and high school students between 2013 and 2014. Plus, e-cigarettes are less likely to help smokers kick the habit. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
Critics claim the popular TV doctor displays what they call an "egregious lack of integrity" by promoting "quack treatments"
The little-known drug was legal, described as "wonderful," and even prescribed by psychiatrists
Although adolescent use of traditional cigarettes have dropped noticeably, electronic cigarettes have made up for any decline
Nearly a third of women get pregnant again sooner than experts recommend; some say the "second kid suffers"
E-cigarette use triples among teens, and experts worry it may be more than just a fad
With new hearing aids, little Elijah can now respond to the sounds all around him, including his mother's voice
Officials in Alabama are alarmed by a drug with unknown, dangerous ingredients