Nearly a million Americans suffer an eye infection each year, and many leading causes are preventable
Latest research casts doubt on whether vitamin B12, folic acid really help boost memory
One surgery often isn't enough for many breast cancer patients. And a woman’s weight at the time of her pregnancy could impact the development of her baby. Eboni Williams has a look at the day's top medical stories.
A team in Toronto has developed a method for making functional human skin on demand. Alexander Trowbridge reports.
Public hearing got so heated, officials had to take extreme step
The CEO in charge of the health insurance marketplaces tells CBS National Correspondent Wyatt Andrews that the health care website will be "in good shape beginning Saturday"
Case studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine reveal new details of their symptoms and treatment, and may help explain how they survived
With fewer companies competing to make the drugs, the prices of generics are climbing -- some at extraordinary rates
A team in Toronto has developed a method for making functional human skin on demand
The first big Arctic blast of the season is putting millions of people at risk
Many people don't realize heart disease is the leading killer of women in the U.S., but a new public awareness campaign is out to change that
Garth Brooks paid special tribute to one fan at his concert in Minneapolis. Teresa Shaw is battling cancer and that night she brought her sign that said, "Chemo this morning. Garth tonight. Enjoying the dance." The two reunited on "Entertainment Tonight." Gayle King reports.
Fertility parties are attracting more and more women across the country. Christin Ayers of CBS' San Francisco station KPIX reports on how these parties are mixing cocktails and candid conversations.
The family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has reached a settlement with Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Also, the last remaining Ebola patient in the U.S., Dr. Craig Spencer, was released from the hospital. Norah O'Donnell reports.
New research suggests that giving the T-Dap vaccine to pregnant women does not appear to increase the risk of a premature delivery. Also, new data on hospice care. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health stories.
Dr. Craig Spencer was declared Ebola-free and released from Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on Dr. Spencer's journey to recovery and the stigma facing those who fight the disease.
As states impose quarantines on health care workers returning from West Africa, there's a renewed call for more people to go and help
Robin Williams reportedly suffered from Lewy body dementia, the second most common type of dementia that is especially challenging to diagnose and treat
"We can't imagine not having done embryo adoption and not having her," says mother who used this unusual approach
As the federal health care program enters its second year, some Americans may face higher costs and unwanted surprises