Some surprising factors may influence how people perceive their own level of intoxication
Men with early prostate cancer who choose to closely monitor their disease are just as likely to survive at least 10 years as those who have surgery or radiation, finds a major study
After 14 years of hearing nothing but muffled sounds, girl finally hears something loud and clear
Just one dose of an experimental antibiotic gel might one day do the trick when it comes to common ear infections
Certain workers are more likely to talk about Trump vs. Clinton at the office, and it's taking a toll
The 19-year-old was visiting family and went swimming in freshwater creeks
Clinical psychologist and sleep specialist Michael Breus explains how your biological clock can help you live a healthier and more productive life
Researchers are still puzzled by a man who caught the illness after caring for his infected father
Daniel Lyon faced the unimaginable when his fire engine crashed in a Central Washington wildfire last year. He was the only one to make it out of that crash alive. He's now undergone 14 surgeries, but he always has a smile on his face. And as Carter Evans reports, now he has a girl on his arm.
Florida has tested more than 6,000 pregnant women for Zika. But results from the state-funded tests have been taking more than a month to be processed. What's the hold up? David Begnaud found out.
A new report finds too many U.S. adults aren't keeping their high blood pressure under control
“We think our homes are safe havens, but what we found is the surprising reality that our homes are being polluted by the products we have every day"
An international study finds that courses are often out of touch, too clinical, and full of stereotypes
Former President Bill Clinton will step in for some of his wife, Hillary's, campaign events as she recovers from pneumonia. In a conversation with Charlie Rose, Bill Clinton spoke ahead of the Clinton Foundation's final CGI conference about why the Democratic presidential nominee struggles to resonate with voters.
Former President Bill Clinton sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss Hillary's health. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes takes a look at the interview.
Three million American children under 19 play soccer, and with the sport taking off, so are trips to the emergency room. A study published Monday found injuries more than doubled between 1990 and 2013. Ben Tracy found out why.
As early as the 1960s, documents show sugar executives funded heart studies that would shift spotlight to the dangers of fat
With antibiotics, sleep and plenty of liquids, most patients recover quickly, experts say
Abby Wambach, soccer's most prolific international goal scorer, was arrested in April for DUI; new memoir details all
Since getting FDA approval, Azilect has seen its cost jump more than 200 percent over the past decade