Research shows only 1 in 8 children receives proper treatment for behavioral disorders. And breast cancer patients need to be better informed, study finds. Eboni Williams takes a look at today’s top health stories.
Health - CBSNews.com
Nation's most influential pediatricians group cites concerns about its proven benefits and evidence of its potential harm
Fierce public resistance in battle against Dengue and chikungunya as many fear insects' altered DNA could enter human bloodstream
Mom of infant with measles wants parents "to vaccinate their kids because that's the whole reason she got sick in the first place"
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips weigh in on a new study exploring the dangers of e-cigarettes and how hearing voices of loved ones can help coma patients.
There are at least 80 cases of measles stemming from the outbreak that started at Disneyland. Many parents in California refuse to have their children vaccinated, which experts say has exacerbated the spread of the disease. Ben Tracy reports.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr.Tara Narula discuss the latest on the measles outbreak, coffee staving off cancer, and whether you need that annual physical.
As the measles outbreak spreads, questions are being raised about whether parents should be able to skip having their children vaccinated
A paper clip-size device called a coupler helps control high blood pressure without medication
A hospital in London is testing an implant the size of a paper clip which helps reduce high blood pressure. CBS News' Tina Kraus reports.