Treatment options for advanced breast cancer are desperately needed, according to cancer experts around the world. Also, a new study found that antidepressants may take less time to work than previously thought. Bigad Shaban reports on the day's top health news.
Imaging technology shows how post-traumatic stress disorder affects the brain; may help target care
There are some new options this year, and health officials say now's the time to protect yourself and your family
It's one of the biggest fears about the deadly epidemic; a top health expert weighs in on the risk
"Low-T" drugs are already approved and heavily advertised, but studies suggests they're ineffective and possibly dangerous for many
Testosterone-boosting drugs have been heavily advertised, but health officials say there's little evidence they do any good for most of the men who take them. On "CBS This Morning," Dr. David Agus explained why the FDA is considering tougher regulations on the drugs.
They may seem like a healthy alternative, but new research suggests artificial sweeteners may have some negative effects on the body, possibly even spurring the development of diabetes. Dr. David Agus discussed the risks and benefits on "CBS This Morning."
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the less expensive and radiation-free ultrasounds can detect kidney stones as well as the more expensive CT scans. Also, the FDA is investigating the increase in testosterone therapy by older men. Alison Harmelin reports on the day's top health news.
When 12-year-old Rory Staunton died, his parents Ciaran and Orlaith had no idea what happened; now they're taking action
Caitlin Doughty is out to change the way Americans think about funerals and rituals involving grief
American doctor infected with the deadly virus is doing better after experimental treatment
The Institute of Medicine blames a system that offers "perverse incentives" to doctors and hospitals for the most aggressive, costly care
Your favorite sugary snacks and drinks may be a little lighter now, but that hasn't dented the obesity rate
A study finds certain sugar substitutes may impede the body's natural ability to process the real thing
Doctor describes "shouting and screaming" as children showed signs of "severe allergic shock"
A study found routine urinalysis could be just as reliable at detecting risk factor for cervical cancer
Health officials report that the uncommon respiratory illness has hit a record number children in the U.S.; still unclear how the outbreak began
More Americans have apple-shaped bodies, the most dangerous type of obesity, and waistlines continue to grow
A Yale University study found that oncologists are reducing their use of radiation treatment for early-stage breast cancer patients over 70. Also, a common chemical could be hazardous to pregnant women. Jericka Duncan reports on the day's top health news.
Detroit-area doctor accused of giving patients unnecessary cancer treatments