The Jennie-O-Turkey recall is the first tied to an outbreak the U.S. Department of Agriculture says is widespread
The veterans say they were unfairly given less-than-honorable discharges for minor infractions linked to their untreated mental health problems
The state health department confirmed that the "severely ill child" at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation had the adenovirus infection
The Food and Drug Administration said it will seek a nationwide ban on menthol cigarettes. It also plans to put new restrictions on flavored e-cigarettes. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook explains.
New research shows strictly limiting carbohydrates and eating more fat may help the body burn more calories
The report corrects a 2016 study that mistakenly said farmers had the highest suicide rates of all occupations
On World Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day, advocates are working to bring attention to this especially deadly disease
The agency announced it will still allow sales of flavored e-cigarettes in retail stores, but only in closed-off areas that are inaccessible to minors
Caregiving for elderly Americans can be a huge expense in time and money for their loved ones. A new report shows 20 percent of all caregivers say they spend more than 40 hours a week providing that help. For many, that's about the equivalent of a full time job and close to eight in 10 pay for the costs out of their own pockets. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss why the burden of taking care of elderly loved ones tends to fall disproportionately on one family member and particularly women.
A new study finds many people use music as an every day sleep aid. Sixty-two percent of respondents told researchers they listen to music to help them fall asleep. Many say it helps them relax, or block noise. Dr. Carol Ash, a sleep specialist at Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health in New Jersey, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the science behind the new findings.
Five years ago, a cancer patient named Miles Scott dressed up as Bat Man -- and was treated to a special day in San Francisco. He's now 10 and his leukemia has been in remission for years and is now cancer free.
A salmonella outbreak lingers as Thanksgiving approaches, making it especially important to follow advice for safe handling of raw turkey
A new report from the CDC shows that tickborne diseases like Lyme and Rocky Mountain spotted fever continue to rise
People with certain health conditions, as well as older adults, children and teens, are advised to remain indoors and limit physical exertion
Before Laura Avila's procedures even began, there were major complications
Juul, the dominant maker of e-cigarettes, is pulling some of its most popular products from stores. It may have been done as a preemptive strike before the federal government could act. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner meets Meredith Berkman with the group "Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes."
Company is also shutting down some of its social media accounts, which are popular with young people
"As a mom myself I can certainly understand why parents are worried," said Dr. Nancy Messonier of the CDC
With American kids suffering about 240,000 toy-related injuries annually, a consumer group issue new warnings
Physicians pushed back against the NRA's claim that doctors should "stay in your lane" when it comes to gun violence research