Will astronauts traveling to Mars experience a kind of chronic dementia scientists call "space brain?"
Coke and Pepsi say they're invested in Americans' health, but a new study highlights their efforts to thwart obesity-fighting legislation
A new report from Save the Children sheds light on what it’s like to be a girl in 144 countries around the world; here are the top 35 countries for girls -- you may be surprised where the U.S. ranks
“It hurts me to see him like this. I didn’t want this for him,” one mother said, breaking into tears
Alzheimer's researchers used a virus to deliver a gene that they hope could help prevent damaging plaques to brain cells
Move comes as Aspen Hills, maker of suspect cookie dough used in the Blue Bell ice cream, issues recall of its own
Drug overdose deaths have provided an unexpected increase in lifesaving organ donations, but there are extra risks involved
Heavy exertion while stressed or angry is tied to a tripled risk of having a heart attack
New research looks at another way a serious infection, C. difficile, may spread within hospitals
Nearly 1,000 pounds of a popular children's lunch product are being recalled
It's quick and easy to get a diagnosis on the computer, but how do the results compare to a real doctor?
Royals, world leaders, health advocates and people online share their stories and words of encouragement to help end stigma surrounding mental illness
Researchers look at whether abstaining from sex really makes athletes perform better on the field
Researchers says when patients believe in their medications, those medications just may work better - even if they’re not medications at all
Can a pill actually cure an ailment, even if that pill contains no cure? Doctors and medical researchers have discovered unexpected results from giving patients pills that aren't medicine at all. Susan Spencer reports.
CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula and registered dietitian and nutritionist Frances Largeman-Roth join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the dangers of prostate cancer, after actor Ben Stiller revealed his diagnosis this week. With the holidays fast approaching, they also discuss a new study about the dreaded holiday weight gain, and more.
10/7 Hurricane Matthew weakens, but still dangerous; Floridians faced hurricane danger with compassion
Hurricane Matthew lost some of its punch but the massive storm is still wreaking havoc along the Atlantic Coast from northern Florida to North Carolina; Hurricane Matthew had the makings of Florida's worst-case disaster.
Nearly 15 million people now live with this discomfort, according to a new report
From gift cards to blood donations, here's how to help people beset by the ravages of Hurricane Matthew
A new study in mice suggests a surprising benefit to hoppy beers versus plain alcohol