The disease is increasingly affecting care facilities despite vaccinations and sanitation efforts
A Montana couple is welcoming their newborn identical triplets, which are rare -- roughly one in a million in the medical world.
The contagious disease spread easily among children whose parents chose not to get the measles vaccine
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips weigh in on a new diet pill and the best diet plans for 2015.
Sometimes expectant moms have no idea they're with child; how is this possible?
You don't have to be an acrobat to learn how parkour can help build strength, agility and confidence
In the midst of a serious flu outbreak, health officials are encouraging use of drugs like Tamiflu to shorten the illness
Katie Kropas of Weymouth, Massachusetts, gave birth to a healthy 10-pound baby girl this week but didn't even realize she was pregnant until she went into labor. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
"I thought I had put on some Christmas season weight, but I never thought I was pregnant. Never," the new mom said
Frozen, ready-to-eat beef and pork packages may have dangerous pieces of metal inside
Tests on healthy volunteers set to begin and could take 6 more months to prove success of drugs
17-year-old ordered by court to continue chemotherapy says she's more interested in "the quality of my life, not the quantity"
The teenager known to the public as "Cassandra" blasted the Connecticut Supreme Court Friday, after it ruled she must undergo chemotherapy for her cancer. Cassandra wrote to the Hartford Courant, "I want the right to make my medical decisions." Her mother Jackie Fortin agrees that the 17-year-old should have the final say. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the case.
California outbreak linked to Disneyland in Orange County, home to some of the state's highest percentages of unvaccinated children
Scientists in Los Angeles found a way to engineer organs that can help babies with intestinal failure. Also, new warnings about HPV infections. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
Beware, these winter season health risks share a few symptoms in common, and mistaking them could be deadly
The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled against a 17-year-old girl who wanted the right to refuse chemotherapy treatment. CBS News' Marlie Hall has the latest on this controversial case.
A chart tells the story: U.S. interest peaked and then plummeted, even as the outbreak spiraled out of control overseas
17-year-old wanted permission to make her own decision about chemo, even if doctors disagreed
Federal guidelines affect everything from school lunches to food labels, and more changes could be coming soon