The American Academy of Pediatrics said pediatricians should take a much more active role in educating young patients about sex
A physicians' group has new recommendations for parents and kids in a world full of virtual violence
Researchers, activists and policy makers are at a global AIDS conference in South Africa to debate ways to better treat and prevent the disease
Medical experts are especially concerned about one major finding
Zika normally spreads through mosquitoes or sexual contact - but not in this case
The nation is poised to elect one of its oldest presidents, and some questions linger about Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's health disclosures
Controlling one health factor in particular could make a big difference
Sen. Charles Schumer is pushing legislation to add 22 substances to the federal list of banned drugs following a mass overdose in Brooklyn
There is place in Los Angeles that's become a sanctuary for both military veterans suffering from PTSD and neglected birds. Tracy Smith has a report on the remarkable connections made at Serenity Park.
Abraham Lincoln's wife saw a lot of tragedy in her years. That contributed to years of depression for Mary Todd Lincoln, but there may have been a physical cause for her mental anguish as well. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
Dr. John Sotos, a physician and medical historian, says Mary Todd Lincoln was not only misunderstood - but misdiagnosed
Chef Missy Robbins is one of just 10 American women to lay claim to a coveted Michelin star. A native of New Haven, Connecticut, Robbins got her culinary start in Washington, D.C. She later spent extensive time in Italy, learning that country's exquisite cooking styles before returning to the U.S. Her new Brooklyn restaurant, "Lilia," is already drawing critical acclaim, earning three stars from the New York Times. More importantly, it's achieving her primary goal of making people happy. Robbins joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature recipes.
In today's Morning Rounds, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
In this Morning Rounds series, CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
Controversial study looks at some common emergency treatment techniques that may do more harm than good
At Serenity Park Sanctuary in Los Angeles, neglected or abandoned birds forge connections with troubled humans
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons offers advice about how to avoid getting hurt while playing the game
Health officials udpate their guidance on how to stay safe after a New York woman infected her partner
Ohio city has seen least 90 overdoses and eight deaths the last 10 days
Health officials fear a "perfect storm" of problems could put patients at risk