A recent study has found that HIV-infected people in Cuba developed AIDS within three years, much faster than the most common strains of the virus
A new study by JAMA Internal Medicine reveals women going through menopause may have symptoms that last over a decade. Dr. Jon Lapook discusses the report's findings.
With no law in most states dictating vaccination requirements for teachers and staff, less attention is paid to their immunization statuses
Instead of following a complex diet plan, this one simple change can make a significant difference
Many women are unsure about which preventive medical screenings they really need, and how often to get them
Duchess of Cambridge advocates for childhood mental health awareness and support in a new video released with one of her charities
The original deadline to sign up for health insurance for 2015 was Sunday, but a software glitch means a little extra time to enroll for some uninsured Americans
New study says women should not be surprised if hot flashes go on for years, and certain groups suffer longer than others
Medical tests critical for women's health The right medical tests can save lives, so when is the right time for women to get mammograms, pap smears, colonoscopies and more? Susan McGinnis reports.
Health officials are worried about a new form of HIV that progresses to AIDS three times faster
The government approves two varieties of GMO apples that are genetically altered to resist turning brown
Doctors were stumped by the cause of a woman's mysterious, debilitating headaches
Teens are losing hours of sleep each night and electronic devices aren't the only thing to blame
A new study found that sleep duration has dropped for all children since 1991. Also, marijuana use may be a factor in excessive daytime sleepiness in teens. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health stories.
The researchers of human sexuality startled the world with their candid findings - and with their own personal story
The substance coated the feathers of hundreds of birds in San Francisco bay, killing more than 300. State and Federal officials announced they are closing in on the identity of the thick compound. As John Blackstone reports, they have not ruled out the possibility that it was intentionally dumped into the water.
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with the details, and for Valentine's Day, the "chemistry" of love.
The Sandy Hook Commission released a draft copy of its final report on the 2012 shooting that took place in Newtown, Connecticut. As Elaine Quijano reports, the mental health of shooter Adam Lanza - and the state's handling of mental health patients as a whole - was a main issue.
Drugs millions of women take for menopause symptoms are linked to another serious health risk
An 8-year-old New York boy is doing well after a heart transplant, and doctors say a therapy dog played a key role in his recovery. Kris Van Cleave reports.