A new study found pregnant women in areas with high pollution face a higher risk of having a child with autism. And, millions of people with asthma and severe allergies may not be getting the full benefit of their medications. Omar Villafranca has some of the day's top health stories.
Some of this season's favorite contestants from "Survivor: San Juan Del Sur" tell CBS News about their physical fitness regimens after leaving the island.
CBS News caught up with some of this season’s favorite contestants from "Survivor: San Juan Del Sur" to hear how they’ve been recovering since returning from the island.
CBS News caught up with some of this season's favorite contestants to find out how they've been recovering now that they're off the island
More than 750 people got sick, most with fungal meningitis, and 64 died after using tainted steroids from Massachusetts compounding pharmacy
State at the forefront of legalized pot will fund studies to look at marijuana's potential health benefits
"Breakthrough" study finds surgical removal of clots, in addition to blood thinners, can help limit long-term disability
New research finds our ancestors probably weren't very picky about the ratios of protein, fat and carbs in their diet
The FDA wants you to know what booze will do to your diet, but there are some exceptions to the new rule
In-vitro fertilization using DNA from one man and two women could help families avoid passing on genetic disorders
The owners of New England Compounding Center, a laboratory connected to a deadly meningitis outbreak, have been arrested. CBS News reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more on the indictment filed against them and 12 former employees.
14 people involved with New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass. in 2012 indicted; disease killed 64 patients
If you’re having a hard time losing weight after having a baby, you’re not alone. And, a new CDC report shows about 40 percent of adults eat nuts and seeds every day. Kris Van Cleave takes a look at some of the day’s top health stories.
Dr. Rick Sacra will work for 4 weeks at the hospital where he caught Ebola; doctors say he's now effectively immune to the deadly virus
A new report shows that teens are turning away traditional cigarettes, and e-cigarette usage is at an all time high. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook explains the trend.
Chickenpox, mumps and whooping cough seem to keep striking where they're least expected
Health officials see promising signs but also some reasons to worry about rates of sexually transmitted diseases
Annual report from the CDC looks at the use of controlled substances and e-cigarettes among young people
A Standford University School of Medicine study finds that women are more resilient against the flu than men. And with experts forecasting a flu-filled season, men better beware.
A study finds the flu is not an equal-opportunity virus: some of us get sicker than others