New questions are raised about the medical device linked to several outbreaks of a deadly drug-resistant bacteria
Officials tested samples from almost 2,000 dairy farms to address concerns about drugs seeping into the milk supply
Health clubs are offering a fun new way to work out by playing Hollywood movies in theaters equipped with treadmills and other exercise gear. Susan McGinnis reports.
A gym with a build-in movie theater encourages members to put down the popcorn and hop on a treadmill
"I am one of the happiest human beings today on earth" says patient who could be her country's last
Los Angeles-area study finds efforts to reduce air pollution have helped children breathe easier
Developing skills to cope with stress may be as important as physical fitness for keeping your heart healthy
An extraordinary two-day chain of operations is getting underway at a San Francisco hospital to provide kidney transplants for 6 people in need. KPIX reporter Allen Martin reports.
One woman's act of generosity set off a chain reaction that could save numerous lives
America's most iconic fast-food chain announced it will stop buying chickens that are fed certain antibiotics. They are also introducing milk that's free of growth hormones. The move comes amid concerns over antibiotic-resistant superbugs and could set the table for big changes across the food industry. Consumer Reports' Jean Halloran joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss this move.
Four patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center have the drug-resistant superbug known as CRE. The hospital blames the spread on a contaminated medical scope. The same type of device led to an outbreak infecting at least seven people at UCLA Medical Center. Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest outbreak.
Study finds diet full of fresh fruit, vegetables and whole grains could have even greater health benefits than exercising
Researchers found that the Mediterranean diet decreased the likelihood of developing heart disease. And the World Health Organization wants us to eat less sugar. Danielle Nottingham has some of the day’s top medical stories.
Pot doesn't just make you high -- it can make you sneeze, wheeze and break out in hives, allergy specialists warn
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center says four patients were infected by the same type of medical scope blamed for other outbreaks
The FDA has released a new smartphone app that lets consumers and health care pros know when supply problems arise
Study says adults over the age of 30 only tend to get the flu twice every 10 years, but kids are much more vulnerable
Under pressure to boost sales, McDonald's announces that it will no longer buy chicken from suppliers who use human antibiotics
Doctors have long suspected that the bond between people and animals can be healing. Now researchers in New York have scientific proof. Marlie Hall reports.
"It takes your mind off the pain," one patient says, and a new study proves that the animals make a difference