Which works better, picking your own weight-loss plan or following doctor's orders? Researchers are surprised
Court in Britain rules frozen eggs cannot be used after donor's death
Minnesota girl is clinging to life after something went wrong while having her wisdom teeth pulled
As a Georgia mom fights for her life against flesh-eating bacteria, another woman who survived a similar devastating infection shares her story. Despite multiple amputations, Aimee Copeland is reaching out to helping others. WCGL-TV's Melinda Roeder reports.
Ban could affect many processed foods; medical experts believe it will save thousands of lives
Doctors don't know how the mother of two and former Marine contracted the potentially deadly infection
Repeat visits to the emergency room are more common than they should be, researchers say
The number of people using their phones and computers to connect with a doctor is skyrocketing. Eight-hundred thousand online patient consultations are expected this year, and that number could double in 2016. Dr. Holly Phillips reports on apps changing the digital diagnosis landscape
When you're sick, getting out of bed for a doctor's visit can seem near impossible, but now there are apps for that
An FDA panel is supporting new weapons to fight heart disease. The expert group recommended approval of a new approach to help lower cholesterol. And, in Haiti two baby girls went through a dangerous operation. Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the latest.
CBS News previously reported on a Dallas pharmacy that was billing insurance companies nearly $13,000 for a jar of custom scar cream. And, the U.S. military health care system is paying more than $300 million a month for custom preparations that many doctors say are useless. Now, Jim Axelrod has another expose.
Doctors in Southern California say a woman's tattoos were to blame for a cancer scare. Her body-imaging scan seemed to show that her cancer had spread, but it turned out to be an unusual false alarm. KCBS-TV's Kristine Lazar reports.
Middle school student brought the bat to science class and then released it into the wild
A study shows bystanders are quick to provide CPR when they get mobile alerts
Doctors find an unusual explanation for test results that made them think a woman's cancer had spread
"We've gotten to a point where the game can be quite dangerous," says U.S. player Becky Sauerbrunn
Less than a handful of nuts a day may help you live a longer life (but peanut butter won't do the trick)
A new study from Harvard finds more than half of U.S. children and teens aren't drinking enough water to stay properly hydrated. Experts say it could lead to a range of health problems and even hurt kids' ability to learn and think clearly. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Though rare, cases of Vibrio vulnificus can cause blistering skin lesions, septic shock, and even death
Study says car accident risk nearly doubles for new users of certain sedative sleeping pills