One flavor of Beech-Nut baby food is being recalled after report of an injury
Actress and singer Rita Wilson is recovering after undergoing a double mastectomy. Dr. Elisa Port, director of the Dubin Breast Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss when you should seek out a second opinion from a pathologist.
Atypically bipartisan Congress passes overhaul in time to avert 21 percent cut in doctors' fees; bill provides billions more in funding
New study looks at the connections between marital status and heart attack risk
Study found these factors appear to be linked to an increased risk of having bad dreams
Nation's largest tobacco companies say guidelines overstep FDA's authority over packaging for cigarettes and other tobacco products
New report highlights steps you can take to help ward off age-related cognitive decline
Family hopes the "power...and goodwill of the Internet" will help with a matter of life or death
Mysterious condition may affect 7 percent of the population, but doctors were stumped by this case
The 29-year-old Calif. man told doctors he had played the game on his smartphone all day for nearly two months
Family says 21-year-old died after getting Botox injections to help treat cerebral palsy
Blood sugar condition in mother-to-be may play a role in child's later development
Popular over-the-counter pain reliever for common aches and pains could also blunt a person's mood
Spending on pharmaceuticals may jump 41 percent by 2018, boosted by the ACA and new drugs
Judge cites "a litany of shameful conduct" over contaminated eggs that sickened thousands of people in 2010
The 58-year-old actress -- and wife of Tom Hanks -- opens up about her recent diagnosis
It packs a caffeine punch, boasts some big-time health benefits and now businesses reading the leaves are seeing green
Tea sales in the U.S. have increased five-fold in 25 years to more than $10 billion a year. The trendy import from ancient Japan is poised to break through, thanks to its caffeine kick and health benefits. Vinita Nair reports on the specialty brew.
Researchers from Ohio State University say that acetaminophen, the main ingredient in Tylenol, can change your mood. More than 50 million Americans use the pain reliever per week. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
The medicine does not contain THC, the ingredient that can cause euphoria, anxiety and paranoia