Study says adults over the age of 30 only tend to get the flu twice every 10 years, but kids are much more vulnerable
Under pressure to boost sales, McDonald's announces that it will no longer buy chicken from suppliers who use human antibiotics
Doctors have long suspected that the bond between people and animals can be healing. Now researchers in New York have scientific proof. Marlie Hall reports.
"It takes your mind off the pain," one patient says, and a new study proves that the animals make a difference
Puzzling sign in brains of people as young as 20 may provide clues to solving the mystery of Alzheimer's
Drugs widely advertised for men with "Low T" may have serious risks and should not be taken for normal signs of aging, FDA warns
There may be no greater thrill than seeing your baby for the 1st time, but the government and some doctors say a growing trend could have hidden dangers
A new report says that adults over the age of 30 will get the flu twice on average over 10 years, while children will catch the virus every other year. Also, air pollution could impact how well children learn in school. Meg Oliver reports on the day's top health news.
The face of heroin addiction is changing, and the death toll continues to rise
Researchers are surprised by the level of coffee consumption among city's infants and toddlers; is it happening nationwide?
Losing an hour of sleep this weekend could wreak havoc on your health; experts share a few tips to help you handle the time change
Researchers round up data from more than 15,500 men to answer one of their biggest questions
Teen-age girls reporting abuse from a dating partner has more than doubled previous estimates -- and could be much higher than study's estimate
Stereotypes don't reflect the statistics says Dr. Abraham Morgentaler; men are more complex when it comes to how they feel about sex
Some of the fleas found on urban rats are capable of transmitting the Black Death; fortunately one key element is missing
Two-thirds of Americans worry about their health, but the rich and poor don't see eye to eye
Case that ignited debate over the definition of brain death is heading back to court
A new study adds to the list of possible health benefits from drinking several cups of coffee a day
Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, associate clinical professor of urology at Harvard Medical School and founder of Men's Health Boston, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "The Truth About Men and Sex: Intimate Secrets from the Doctor's Office."
Toothpaste comes in a lot of varieties and flavors, but its effectiveness hasn't changed much in decades. That's why Silicon Valley startup Livionex is trying to redefine the way you care for your mouth. Ben Tracy reports.