The goal is to encourage men to check in with their doctors and avoid preventable health issues
Why middle age people need to watch their blood pressure, how obesity is impacting Americans -- and more. David Begnaud reports on the day's top health headlines.
Treating stubborn skin infections can require days of antibiotics. But a new drug is showing promise, curing serious infections with just a single dose. David Begnaud reports.
In the future, one treatment could be enough to cure dangerous, drug-resistant MRSA infections
A sixth grade science fair project inspires university research that confirms sweetener's unexpected effect on insects
Mayo Clinic says the number of people reporting sleep problems related to their pets is on the rise
Study finds men who take the drug for erectile dysfunction may be much more likely to develop potentially deadly skin cancer
Two leading causes of death in younger people are much less of a concern for the very old, study finds
New study looks at whether eating or skipping breakfast has an impact on weight loss
Why women should spread out pregnancies, a new report about contaminated food -- and more. Alexis Cristoforous reports on the day's top health headlines.
Findings contradict earlier studies and suggest a way to reduce suicide risk
The biochemist was responsible for bringing MDMA into the mainstream and helped spark craze for psychedelic drugs
CDC report says at least 1 in 5 food service employees admits coming to work with a stomach bug
30,000 patients may have been at risk over past decade by health care workers tampering with medications, report finds
Austin "Jack" DeCoster and his son, Peter DeCoster, face up to one year in jail, fines of $100,000 apiece and additional restitution for victims of salmonella outbreak
The bakery chain is swearing off artificial colors and other additives, amid growing concern about safety
New research suggests gender plays a role in how much pain a patient experiences after surgery. Men reported more pain after major operations, while women suffered more pain after minor procedures. Dr. M. Fahad Khan, assistant professor of anesthesiology at NYU Langone Medical Center, tells CBS News some of the findings are surprising.
Speaking two or more languages may help older brains stay sharp, even if you learn them as an adult
11 percent of Boston parents surveyed months later described symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in their children
Do men and women feel pain differently? New study finds an unexpected gender divide