Zone that had limited primarily to South Beach has expanded north, bringing total affected area to around 4.5 square miles
The FDA has seen a spike in complaints about tattoos. The agency has issued a warning about the possible risks that come with getting inked. Anna Werner has more.
Advances in treating leukemia mean it is no longer the most deadly cancer in children. CBS News' Danielle Nottingham has one little boy's story of recovery and hope.
The viral infection has recently hit a Florida college campus
New policies aim to hold researchers more accountable and make clinical trial information accessible to the public
An announcement may come as early as next week on whether it's safe for pregnant women to visit the artsy Florida neighborhood
FDA has issued a new warning to "think before you ink" following reports of infections and allergic reactions associated with tattoo ink, but it has never approved any ink for use
Nearly 60 percent of Americans are in front of some type of screen for five hours or more a day. Dr. Christopher Starr, an ophthalmologist at Weill Cornell Medical Center, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the health impacts of digital devices.
It falls to second on list of deadliest childhood cancers due to improved treatment and lack of progress vs. the new leader
Hillary Clinton is campaigning again after battling pneumonia.; The life of Morley Safer was celebrated by his CBS News co-workers, friends, and family on Thursday.
One age group faced a much higher risk than others, and only about half got counseling or treatment
New government data shows many adults age 50 and older do not move beyond basic everyday activities
A new survey looks at how often firearm safety falls short, and what role pediatricians should play reducing the risk
New research looks at what's different about the brains of mentally sharp older adults, compared to their peers with memory loss
Hundreds more children could also be at risk of a bacterial infection, after undergoing a pulpotomy procedure, also known as a "baby root canal"
A 14-year-old Houston girl who has had hearing loss since she was a baby recently received a cochlear implant. She broke into tears when she heard her mother speak clearly for the first time.
Some surprising factors may influence how people perceive their own level of intoxication
Men with early prostate cancer who choose to closely monitor their disease are just as likely to survive at least 10 years as those who have surgery or radiation, finds a major study
After 14 years of hearing nothing but muffled sounds, girl finally hears something loud and clear
Just one dose of an experimental antibiotic gel might one day do the trick when it comes to common ear infections