Kaci Hickox said she's still worried about public reception when she finally goes out for dinner with her boyfriend on Monday
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips weigh in on the boy who will not eat or drink, and the risk of osteoporosis in men.
Service members will have 21 days of isolation and monitoring after returning from the Ebola response mission in West Africa
Post-9/11 veterans regain purpose by volunteering with Team Rubicon to help after natural disasters strike
New HealthDay/Harris Poll reveals some easing of anxiety, but misconceptions remain
Liquid laundry packets can be mistaken for candy or a teething toy, leading to thousands of emergency calls to poison control centers
Soldiers, teachers and job seekers turn to plastic surgeons to fix something they once thought cool
Engineers are working to develop special telemedical technology to help combat deadly disease
Study compares kids' lunches and finds some are still packed with fat, desserts and sugary drinks
The Ebola outbreak in Dallas has officially ended. Time has run out for monitoring those who came in contact with people who contracted the virus. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins CBSN to discuss latest.
What was once a fashion trend is quickly becoming extinct among young Brits. Alphonso Van Marsh explains why a growing number of people are rushing to repair their ears.
Researchers at UC Berkeley are exploring how robots could be used to combat Ebola. For example, a robot could decontaminate a room or help a doctor diagnose the disease remotely. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
What began as the paleo diet has exploded into a full caveman movement. Supporters believe eating, exercising and sleeping like our ancient ancestors will help us lose weight and feel healthier. John Blackstone reports on a family who shows us the paleo lifestyle.
Scores of people in the Dallas area were being monitored after contact with an Ebola patient, but no one else got sick
A new American-built health care center will soon open in Monrovia, Liberia. On assignment for "60 Mintues," Lara Logan goes inside another treatment center in Liberia that has successfully prevented health care workers from catching the virus.
Virginia Tech researchers say that school-provided lunches are more nutritious than those brought from home. Also, why being positive can help your health. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
What began as a diet has exploded into a retro way of life that puts followers the path of our ancient predecessors, in a primal quest for health
4-year-old Leah Still, who is fighting cancer, will get to see her father, Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, play in the NFL for the very first time. Michelle Miller has the story.
Thousands of female U.S. military veterans participated in study that uncovered new concerns about PTSD
Shorter days and a blast of frigid weather may be a recipe for distress, but these simple tips can help combat winter blues