The number of Lyme disease cases have tripled in the past 20 years. Dr. Holly Phillips discusses why the number of cases has skyrocketed, how the disease is transmitted via ticks, and what myths and realities persist about the insects and the disease.
Experts warn getting in shape for the big day shouldn't be the last item on a bride-to-be's checklist
Terri Walsh has been getting brides in shape for almost 30 years. She demonstrates three exercises that target "bridal trouble zones," ensuring that you look great on your big day.
All states but West Virginia and North Dakota showed significant declines in the past five years, especially among the Hispanic population
Alabama health department said findings were "good news" because coronavirus, bird flu ruled out
Unable to cough up hairball, Florida surgeons had to go in and remove the giant clump of hair
Ty the tiger managed to make a basketball-sized hairball that was just too big to cough up
Antacids, but not prescription heartburn medication, was found to protect against cancer risk
Heels alone had 80 different genera, compared to the trunk which only contained two to 10 different kinds
Kaiba Gionfriddo had rare disease tracheobronchomalacia, which caused airway to collapse and stopped him from breathing daily
"CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff reports on the latest trends in wearable fitness technology.
A new study finds that women taking 1,000 milligrams of calcium a day have a lower risk of dying, contradicting previous studied linking calcium to an increased risk of heart attacks. Dr. Holly Phillips explains.
33-year-old man received new face few weeks after machine ripped off his face and crushed his lower jaw, the fastest timeframe to date
About 72 percent of the U.S. drinks water with added fluoride, but Portland has been one of the largest holdouts
Researchers said their findings could spur long-term treatments for sufferers of both conditions