More Americans consider the virus a "major threat" to the U.S., and some say they'll change their holiday travel plans
The anchorwoman and television personality shared her own story to shed light on the importance of funding breast cancer research
Medical records show Thomas Eric Duncan's initial visit to emergency room triggered exclamation point in hospital's records system
Food psychologist offers tips from what to do at the grocery store to where to put cereal boxes in the kitchen
Best-selling author of "Miracles Now," Gabrielle Bernstein, joins the #14Days challenge to talk addiction, recovery, spirituality, and miracles
U.S. military ramps up its response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, where it has already killed more than 3,400 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea
Researchers at Harvard say they were able to produce cells that make insulin from embryonic stem cells, which could be a major breakthrough in the treatment of diabetes. Also, why men who have had prostate cancer surgery need to watch their cholesterol and triglycerides. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
For day five of the CBS News series #14Days on the Wagon, Dr. Chinazo Cunningham of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City explains how America's prescription painkiller epidemic originated and what we can do to stop it.
Trials of a new medicine to prevent Ebola are being tested on dozens of volunteers worldwide and shows promise
Researchers discover stem cell process that could become major breakthrough for millions of type 1 diabetes patients
American troops are building medical centers in Liberia, where health care workers and beds for Ebola patients are urgently needed
Deputy who went inside Ebola victim's apartment hospitalized Wednesday after falling ill
Researchers hope they can someday use a patient's own cells to grow replacement organ
Researchers say potentially dangerous stimulant is a chemical cousin to ingredient banned by Food and Drug Administration
Sierra Leone president says world responding too slowly to "tragedy unforeseen in modern times"; U.S. military ramps up efforts in Liberia
In the future, preventing influenza could be easy as a squirt up the nose in the comfort of your own home
Family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath seeking unprecedented order declaring her to be alive after being declared brain dead
As Spanish nurse takes turn for worse, doctor who treated her admits himself with concerns about protective suit he was provided
New statistics show that the death rate in men with hip breaks is twice that of women. Plus, researchers in Sweden found that women who lead a healthy lifestyle can cut their stroke risk in half. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook explains where the Ebola virus lurks in the body and the fluids that may spread infection.