Two babies in a Sydney hospital were hooked up to nitrous oxide tanks instead of oxygen tanks, according to media reports
The risk of this serious health condition goes up the more time you spend in front of a TV screen
Research shared at a major international conference suggests your sight and smell may be the key to early detection of Alzheimer's, even before symptoms surface. Computer programs that boost the brain's processing speed could also help delay the onset of the disease. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study's findings and measures to delay Alzheimer's disease and dementia, including a computer game.
United States lags behind dozens of other countries in height; average for American adults stopped increasing about 20 years ago
Expands prior callback stemming from possible E. coli link after 4 more illnesses reported
Hot flashes are bad enough, but new research suggests yet another unfortunate effect of menopause
The sandwiches Americans eat tend to be high in calories, sodium and fat; here's how to make them healthier
Some scientists call for more study of an antibacterial found in many cleaning supplies
Mental health experts say patients' symptoms often get worse while they wait for proper treatment
A compound found in limes, lemons and other foods can lead to blistering burns in the sun
The more intellectually stimulating and social a person's job is, the better for their aging brain, a new study suggests
Some of the earliest signs of Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia may not be what you expect
Colorado study finds toddlers were most at risk of accidental marijuana poisoning, and some ended up in intensive care
More than half of all Americans will suffer from some form of mental illness at some point in their lives. Rachel Griffin is among them, and she's written a musical to inspire others to turn their pain into power. Marlie Hall has more.
ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, robs people of several abilities, including the ability to speak. But now patients are finding a way to make their voices live on. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
While ALS patients lose their ability to speak as the disease progresses, they do not have to lose their voices
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the need for funding to fight Zika, as Florida is investigating a second suspected case of the virus transmitted by mosquitoes. Also, pediatricians are urged to talk to young patients about sex and new research finds reading narratives may encourage empathy.
Shuttled back and forth between family members in the U.S. and China, immigrant children face emotional challenges
Chef Tanya Holland's interest in cooking began at a young age, when her parents organized a cooking and dining club with other couples. After earning a Grand Diploma in France and training with some top-ranked chefs, she returned to the U.S. She now has her own restaurant, "Brown Sugar Kitchen" in West Oakland, California, along with numerous awards and honors for her updated, soulful cooking style. Chef Holland joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature dishes.
The ACLU hailed the ruling: "A young woman seeking an abortion doesn't need additional hurdles. She needs a doctor"