Butt enhancement procedures have gotten a big boost in popularity, and some other trends may surprise you
A scientist believes it may soon be possible to give a dying person a new body and new lease on life, but critics say he's getting in way over his head
Parents don't always take the right steps to protect their children from safety hazards at home, according to a new report
Dr. Tara Narula explains the new research which shows that some foods may hook you in the same way as heroin and cocaine.
Overuse of antibiotics has spurred the growing problem of C. diff. infections that kill thousands each year
Dr. Craig Spencer says Ebola response suffered from "irrational fear, fueled in part by prime-time ratings and political expediency"
A top allergy doctor explains what parents need to know, as new studies change our understanding of food allergies
We've heard a lot about the risks of sleep deprivation, but sleeping too much could mean trouble too
Court ruling could open up lucrative cosmetic teeth-whitening business for non-dentists
Emulsifiers give processed foods a great texture, but a new study suggests they may be making us fat and sick
Class-action lawsuit claims thousands of pets were sickened or killed by a popular brand of dog food
Experts are seeing a growing number of cases of this new form of eating disorder
A new eating disorder known as orthorexia is an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy. Those who suffer from other eating disorders like anorexia are increasingly showing signs of orthorexia. Bigad Shaban reports from Los Angeles.
Violence is rare, but the case of an Alzheimer's patient killing his roommate has experts searching for warning signs
New evidence suggests people can be addicted to food. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN with more about the study.
Two new studies explore how some of us may be "addicted" to food. The research suggests certain types of food may attract people the same way as heroin and cocaine. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss which foods are most addictive.
Take this abbreviated version of the Yale Food Addiction Scale survey to find out
Here are the foods most likely to make you sick from nasty bacteria like salmonella, e. coli and more
Co-owner of the compounding pharmacy explains why she refused the FDA's request to recall products inspectors said had "sterility failures"
A group of scientists say that history has been blaming the wrong rodent for bringing the deadly epidemic to Europe.