Children who eat quickly in rooms other than the kitchen are more likely to be overweight, according to a new study. Also, researchers say that 13 percent of sleep-related infant deaths happen on sofas. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
Best-selling author and teacher of "A Course in Miracles," Gabrielle Bernstein, talks addiction, recovery, spirituality, and miracles, as we continue CBS News' #14Days on the Wagon series.
Officials look into what went wrong at Dallas hospital as it becomes clear that even minor slip-ups can lead to tragedy
A health worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive for Ebola in a preliminary test after caring for the first patient to be diagnosed with the illness in the U.S, Thomas Eric Duncan.
Thomas Frieden, the head of the Centers for Disease Control, said there will be a full investigation of how a health care worker in Texas may have contracted the virus
Feds start rolling out enhanced screening measures at U.S. airports for travelers from West Africa countries hit by outbreak
21-month-old succumbs to respiratory illness just days after 4-year old in New Jersey died from it
Travelers arriving from West Africa to be checked as part of effort to stop spread of deadly disease
A new system may help women avoid one of the most dreaded side-effects of chemo
Although the flu receives far less attention than Ebola these days, it's a bigger threat in many ways
The weekend can be full of temptations to drink; Mastin Kipp, founder of the Daily Love, shares five tips to help you handle a tough day on the #14Days challenge
Flu season is approaching; and with infectious diseases like enterovirus and Ebola making headlines, doctors are expecting more traffic in emergency rooms from concerned patients. Marlie Hall reports.
At the halfway mark of our #14Days on the Wagon series, CBS News talks with two experts about the impact addiction has on families and children
Pill called Harvoni can cure hep C quicker and easier than other options, but drugmaker Gilead Sciences comes under fire for pricing
While speaking at the annual Breast Cancer Research Symposium and Awards luncheon, broadcast news icon Barbara Walters admits she had a brush with breast cancer that she has kept quiet for over five years.
More Americans consider the virus a "major threat" to the U.S., and some say they'll change their holiday travel plans
The anchorwoman and television personality shared her own story to shed light on the importance of funding breast cancer research
Medical records show Thomas Eric Duncan's initial visit to emergency room triggered exclamation point in hospital's records system
Food psychologist offers tips from what to do at the grocery store to where to put cereal boxes in the kitchen
Best-selling author of "Miracles Now," Gabrielle Bernstein, joins the #14Days challenge to talk addiction, recovery, spirituality, and miracles