Video shows woman's first glimpse of the man who received her brother's face
Research suggests there may be new hope for some colon cancer patients who have run out of options
Dr. Amy Reed and her husband met with the FBI and say more should be done about a device that may spread cancer
A new study is offering hope to some colon cancer patients who were running out of treatment options. Doctors used genetic testing to see if they'd benefit from immunotherapy drugs. Brian Webb reports from New York.
Interactive graphics show where smoking persists and which groups find quitting hardest
Scientists are researching ways to counter social stereotypes while we're sleeping
The brain freeze, formally called sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia, is a common side effect of eating frozen treats in warm weather. WCCO's Heather Brown reports on what doctors know about brain freeze - and what to do if it happens to you.
Popular cosmetic injections can cause serious harm if the filler gets into blood vessels
Summer is peak season for ice cream headaches; why do they happen, and is there a cure?
Neuroscientist and NYU professor Wendy Suzuki experimented on herself to find ways to "unlock" her mind's potential. Her TED Talks, describing what she learned, have been watched over 65,000 times, bringing her message to audiences across the country. Suzuki joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her new book "Healthy Brain, Happy Life."
Could the so-called "party drug" have medicinal uses?
In "Do No Harm," neurosurgeon Henry Marsh sheds light on life and death in the operating room
More than 150 people may have had contact with a patient who died of the rare disease in New Jersey
"It's a sad story, with a very happy ending," says Illinois transplant doctor
A new study reveals how many people say they've ever heard voices or seen things that didn't exist
Researchers test which works better, positive messages about healthy foods or warnings about what not to eat
New report highlights the years of healthy life lost to different types of cancer
Eat chocolate, lose weight? Widely reported study was part of an elaborate plan to expose junk science and media hype
Pop star is sharing her struggles with drug abuse and a mood disorder to raise awareness and encourage others to ask for help
A major new report published in the New England Journal of Medicine says that DNA testing results can be dramatically flawed. The genetic analysis is supposed to asses risk for cancer, among other health issues. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.