"Drug companies may be saying, 'We are not making much money on antibiotics, so why bother to stock that product?'"
Woman awakens from surgery to learn that her brain tumor was actually a teratoma, a tiny remnant of a twin fetus
From the #KylieJennerChallenge to planking and the "chubby bunny," if it's a thing on social media, teenagers are likely to join in
Popular TV doctor acknowledges some mistakes but also goes on the offensive
Scientists have for the first time captured how taste sensations are processed on the tongue
You might be a workaholic if you're watching this from the office while answering emails, eating breakfast, writing a report and listening to a conference call. More than 1,000 people responded to a new CBSThisMorning.com survey, and 38 percent said they fit that label. The Energy Project founder and CEO Tony Schwartz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how to make smarter choices at the office.
Researchers say cutting sugar and carbs from your diet is more important than exercise for weight loss
After a woman in the U.K. died from taking a toxic weight loss supplement, many worry the FDA isn't doing enough to protect the U.S.
As an outbreak of canine flu spreads "like wildfire," experts offer some advice to help keep your pet safe
With obesity and diabetes at epidemic levels in the U.S., many experts have called on Americans to reduce the amount of added sugar in their diets. But now, a first-of-its-kind study from California scientists directly links sugary drinks to heart disease. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Henry Rayhons, 78, was accused of having sex with wife at nursing home after being told she was no longer capable of consenting
Drinking just one and a half cans of soda a day can cause health problems
Proponents say genetically modified foods promise lower costs and less pesticide use, while critics say the benefits of GMOs are overblown. Consumers Union senior scientist Michael Hansen joins CBSN to put the debate in perspective.
Proposal requiring California schoolchildren to be vaccinated among several drafted across U.S. in wake of measles outbreak
New research shows the right type of cognitive therapy could eliminate the need for antidepressants
Minnesota mom suffered with symptoms most of her life before discovering they were easily treatable with a pill
Popular TV doctor responds to critics who say he lacks credibility and should not serve on Columbia's faculty
There's a new warning about dietary supplements and cancer. A new study says some could be doing more harm than good. CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins CBSN to explain how.
A new study shows that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy may be as good as pills in stopping relapses for people recovering from bouts of depression. CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins CBSN with more.
Television's Dr. Oz is going on air to fight back against critics and doctor peers who say he lack integrity and promotes "quack treatments." Jeff Glor reports.