As the Disneyland-linked measles outbreak continues to spread across Western states, a leading health official is calling parents out
Football Hall of Famer Barry Sanders is working to raise awareness of a condition affecting many former players who suffered head injuries on the field. PseudoBulbar Affect, or PBA, can result in uncontrollable outbursts of laughing or crying.
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Football Hall of Famer hopes to raise awareness about PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA), a condition with odd and misunderstood symptoms
Autopsies showed an unusual pattern of brain damage that might help explain "shell shock"
The measles outbreak with roots in Disneyland continues to spread, with at least 75 confirmed cases in six states. At least 54 of those cases have been traced back to the resort, and many of those infected were not vaccinated. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the severity of the outbreak.
Research shows exposure to opioids during pregnancy can increase the risk of birth defects. Also, a new study indicates Celiac Disease among children in Britain has nearly tripled in the past twenty years. Bigad Shaban reports on the day's top health stories.
A leader in oncology says a personalized approach to cancer treatment will help more patients survive
As more people contract the virus we look at how infectious the disease is in comparison to other viruses
Millions of women in their childbearing years take painkillers that can cause birth defects
A large-scale analysis of language used on Twitter adds to the evidence that negative emotions are directly linked to heart disease
Study looked at a woman's risk of developing a rare but deadly form of brain cancer
CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus speaks with Dr. Jose Baselga, physician-in-chief and chief medical officer of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, about the future of cancer treatment and genome mapping.
Report says patients and families were not informed that contaminated endoscopes caused illnesses; 11 people died
For people who are sedentary, any activity may be better than none, experts say
New research suggests walnuts can improve cognitive health and memory
UDSA proposes new standards to try to reduce salmonella and other contaminants, but do they go far enough?
Researchers say people with low expectations are happier, but Faith Salie remains an optimist
Doctors often tell families to constantly talk to their loved ones, even if they're unconscious. But the question always remained: Can they hear? For the first time, science may have an answer. Ben Tracy reports on the milestone in medical research that is being released first on "CBS This Morning."
There's a new warning that e-cigs may not be as safe as they seem. The New England Journal of Medicine says e-cigarette users are five to 15 times more likely to get formaldehyde-related cancers than long-term smokers. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study.