Researchers say a new type of medication may work well for patients who don't respond to statins for high cholesterol. CBS News' Danielle Nottingham reports.
Researchers say class of drugs called PCSK9 antibodies may one day be an alternative to statins
Breathing polluted air every day may change a person's brain and lead to cognitive impairment, a new study says
"Today is still a hopeful day" for finding survivors, but the clock is ticking and thousands need urgent medical attention
Pediatricians' group says these are some of the greatest medical achievements in a generation
How much is too much? Health officials say fluoride has benefits but it's possible to overdo it
Two Ohio grad students invent saliva test police could use in roadside stops
Connecticut girl is in remission after treatment she went to court to try to stop
Public health officials are struggling to respond to a surge in overdoses from a designer drug known as "Spice." The man-made alternative to pot is sold online or in convenience stores. Jericka Duncan reports.
Scott County saw just 3 HIV cases between 2009 and 2013; now, they're reporting new cases daily, drawing national attention
Poison control group says it's received hundreds of calls related to banned substance since the start of the year
A genetic test for breast and ovarian cancer is now more affordable. The test was developed by a startup company in California and it says, "the test offers a cheaper and easier way to determine a woman's risk for these conditions." Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more.
A new bill in the state would prevent people under age 21 from smoking, buying and possessing both traditional and electronic cigarettes
In a televised interview Friday night, legendary athlete and reality show star Bruce Jenner revealed that he is transgender
It's not just about counting calories; study finds some foods are worse for the waistline than others
The illness could potentially pose a health risk to people in areas where the carrier tick is common
"Absolutely deadly" drug causes hallucinations and violence, and its use appears to be spreading
More cases are reported as investigators try to track down the source of the deadly bacteria
Scientific community raises ethical concerns after researchers in China alter DNA in human embryos
A 12-year-old Michigan girl who won her battle with leukemia was dismissed from her middle school over concerns about her attendance and academic performance. Rose McGrath's parents are fighting back, saying the school didn't do enough to help their sick daughter. CBS Western Michigan affiliate WWMT has the story.