Longer life expectancy plays a role, but experts think there are other factors at play, as well
New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics emphasize prevention and urge doctors to get more involved
Born and raised in Maryland, the chef is a true child of the Chesapeake, working at a local hotel wihere he first learned to cook. In 2008 he opened his first restaurant, Volt, and he hasn’t looked back. In his new cookbook “Home,” he puts his own twist on the mid-Atlantic classic and comfort dishes that he grew up with. Voltaggio joins The Dish to discuss his recipes.
Enhanced colonoscopy gives doctors a vivid view of the patient's insides
Experts and advocacy groups urge everyone who is sexually active to get tested
Immersive technology is giving doctors an even more vivid view of the inside of the human body, potentially helping to spot signs of cancer. Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Sparklers may seem kid-friendly, but every year thousands of children get hurt; experts offer tips for a safer celebration
Blood test that gets accurate results within minutes could help stop outbreaks from spreading, experts say
People who scored lower were more likely to develop Alzheimer's a decade or more later
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning about rising contamination in swimming pools and hot tubs. Dr. Holly Phillips joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the symptoms and offer tips to swimmers.
For months, some Americans have been dreading the high Court's decision the health care tax credits. Celia Maluf is one of them
Obama's health-care triumph at the Supreme Court reminds him why he got into this business
Megan Boler noticed her son's head was distinctly long and narrow; it turned out to be a rare condition called craniosynostosis
The surprising history of the suddenly trendy fitness goal
Supreme Court decision will affect the well-being of same-sex couples, according to social scientists
Study finds too much of a certain vitamin is tied to the common skin condition
A parasite-related illness has sickened swimmers across the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Branding foods to suggest they promote fitness may sabotage people's weight-loss efforts
Case raised serious questions about privacy in the age of DNA testing
A new study warns slapping the word "fitness" on food labels may actually cause you to eat more and exercise less. Dr. Holly Phillips joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the hidden power of food labels.