Rebooting your body for summer can be a healthy, natural process, expert says
Underwater contests and extreme training can be deadly, even for strong swimmers
Health officials are alarmed about new cases just as the crisis seemed to be getting under control
Juicing, cleansing and fad diets may not be the best way to re-boot your body. Samantha Heller, registered dietitian, exercise physiologist and author of "The Only Cleanse: A 14-day Natural Detox Plan to Jump-Start a Lifetime of Health," joins "CBS This Morning" with tips on the best cleanse for your body.
The actress sits down with CBS News' Lauren Moraski to discuss her Oscar-nominated role in "Wild" and partnership with Lung Force to raise awareness about the disease.
At least 31 cases reported in California, but the source of the outbreak is not known
Experts warn that popular imported pet lizards can carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Two to three cups of coffee a day could help a condition that affects millions of men
In new book "Head Case: My Brain and Other Wonders," Cole Cohen describes life before and after her very unusual diagnosis
Drought conditions make pollen an even bigger problem than usual
People on the West Coast are suffering through a terrible allergy season, and drought conditions are part of the problem. CBS News' Teri Okita reports.
Five years after the devastating earthquake, Dr. Jon LaPook returns to report on a medical milestone
Experts say there is a clear link between weight management and getting enough shuteye
If you're trying to drop a few pounds, you might want to spend more time sleeping. Clinical psychologist and sleep medicine specialist Michael Breus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how your sleep pattern can help manage your weight.
Report highlights an important change in the number of children with severe mental health problems
New research suggests a common dieting strategy could backfire and leave you fatter than before
The impact of bullying may be felt long after kids grow up, study suggests
Woman posts a photo of the surprisingly subtle signs of breast cancer, hoping to save lives
Millions of Americans have health policies that leave them "underinsured," with hefty deductibles and uncovered liabilities
Deadly outbreak was traced to tainted steroids from the New England Compounding Center pharmacy