In a breakthrough process, scientists are transforming stem cells into actual beating heart tissue. It could someday lead to new drug treatments for heart disease or even lab-created hearts for transplants.
Using too many teeth whiteners may damage your smile. ...
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips...
New research finds that the costs of diabetes care and lost productivity due to the condition...
Peter Daszak, President of the EcoHealth Alliance, explains the origins of Ebola and how we can fight emerging diseases.
Study finds significant amount of arsenic in rice products that could have an impact on the health of people who consume it.
Dr. Martin Salia was treating patients in Sierra Leone when he contracted the virus.
A potential medical breakthrough may help children born with no immune system.
Cindy Whitehead is trying to get Flibanserin, the first low libido drug for women, approved by the FDA.
Any potential benefits of the medication may be offset by additional risks.
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Activist investor William Ackman has taken a roughly $2 billion stake in Zoetis and could push the animal-health company to sell itself to a larger drug maker.
A team in Toronto has developed a method for making functional human skin on demand.
New research suggests that giving the T-Dap vaccine to pregnant women does not appear to increase the risk of a premature delivery. Also, new data on hospice care.
The family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has reached a settlement with Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Also, the last remaining Ebola patient in the U.S., Dr. Craig Spencer, was released from the hospital.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald announced the largest restructuring in the agency's history in the wake of a scandal over delayed care.
What seemed like a simple cold turned into paralysis for 13-year-old Dan Dugan, who has been in rehab since early October. The Seabrook, New Hampshire teen is making slow but steady progress as he regains strength in his legs to walk.
A new study shows that the cost for treating skin cancer has increased by 126 percent in recent years. Also, new research on obesity in children.