Locals sometimes call Ebola "the caretakers' disease" amidst its growing toll and continued spread among health care workers
Numerous experts cast doubt on the benefits of brain games and related forms of cognitive training
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips weigh in on this year's flu shot, and the FDA's ban on gay men donating blood.
A British gynecologist is advocating for working women to receive extra days off at their time of the month
Life-size 3D-printed heart model lets surgeons figure out how to fix heart defect before they operate
Excess weight also has a dramatic impact on the number of years spent living with chronic disease
New study weighs the risks and benefit of aspirin therapy, and suggests many women should think twice
New poll shows more Americans believe terminally ill patients should be able to die on their own terms
Mia Yasmin Garcia shocked her parents and medical staff when she arrived weighing 13 pounds, 13 ounces
Is aspirin the wonder drug for everyone? A new study of healthy women finds the risks of taking low-dose aspirin may outweigh its value in preventing heart disease and cancer. CBS News health correspondent David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the science.
According to a study out of the Netherlands, women who take low-dose aspirin have a lower risk of heart disease and other conditions. Also, new advice for people who suffer from a minor stroke. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
Doctors accidentally gave a woman a paralyzing agent, causing her death
Texas officials have released a breakdown of expenses from the city's emergency response to the Ebola crisis
The CDC says a strain of the flu making the rounds is partially resistant to the vaccine currently available
American health care worker may have been infected in West Africa
100,000 people are on the waiting list but only 16,000 get kidney transplants each year
Scientists pinpoint area of DNA that may help people get a little more sleep
The explorer's crew has long been blamed for importing the disease, but scientists say an ancient skeleton may prove otherwise
The CDC is warning that only 48 percent of flu virus samples taken through last month were closely related to this year's North American vaccine. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
The FDA is changing labels on prescription drugs to clarify the risks and benefits to pregnant women. Also, new research on developing blood clots during surgery. Omar Villafranca reports on the day's top health news.