Unidentified health care worker contracted disease in Sierra Leone and was flown home on a charter plane for treatment
The AMA and CDC team up for a big push to stamp out one of the nation’s most debilitating chronic diseases. And, new statistics released on surviving cancer. Eboni Williams has some of the day's top health stories.
Robert Downey Jr. presented a young superhero fan who was born with a partially developed right arm one of the coolest gifts you could get: A fully functional bionic arm stylized like Iron Man.
The American Egg Board says it plans to launch a print and online ad campaign this week featuring the "Footloose" actor
Living life solo may be as harmful to your health as obesity, smoking and drinking too much
Patient was exposed to the deadly virus while volunteering at a clinic in Sierra Leone
Soon, you may be able to get a shot to get rid of your double chin. An FDA advisory panel has unanimously recommended approval of the new injectable drug. KDKA's Maria Simbra reports.
Health officials are still unsure how this potentially lethal bacteria was released from a high security lab
FDA approval could come soon for an injectable alternative to plastic surgery
Sound-wave technology helped zap plaque buildup in the brains of lab mice, restoring their memory
Teens who smoke a lot of pot may suffer memory problems long after they quit, study finds
An infant in Orange County, California, heads home from the hospital after receiving a live-saving heart transplant when he was just 3 weeks old. KCAL's Kristine Lazar reports.
Baby boy was UCLA's youngest heart transplant patient in 25 years
A growing trend among America's faithful combines church membership with a gym experience. Increasingly, congregants are turning Sunday into a day for spirituality and sweat. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the crossroads of fitness and faith.
New research shows the effects of heavy marijuana use among teenagers. And, UCLA researchers are closer to developing a blood test to diagnose Alzheimer's. Eboni Williams has a look at some of the day’s top health stories.
Research has suggested a link between frequent churchgoing and obesity, but some Sunday services are combining spirituality with sweating it out
Duke University released a study Wednesday detailing the results of an experimental treatment aimed at getting a patient's immune system to fight off glioblastoma, a vicious form of brain cancer. The treatment, which incorporates a tetanus shot, has seen dramatic results in patients who were given just months to live. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Powerful painkiller was reformulated to make it crush-proof but determined abusers find a way around it
She was told she had only months to live in 2006; but she's still alive thanks to a treatment that uses the immune system to attack cancer cells
A doctor shares some advice to prevent "text neck" and back pain from all those hours bent over your smartphone