Study: Kids Are Jeopardizing Their Health By Not Getting Enough ExerciseIt used to be childhood was probably the most active time of our lives. Well, not so much anymore.
'World Mental Health Day' Encourages Discussions About Suicide Prevention, Other Mental Health IssuesBob Gebbia, CEO of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to discuss World Mental Health Day.
WHO Recognizes Video Game Addiction As A Legitimate DisorderStudies show those vulnerable are unable to stop playing, even when it interferes with their lives.
Video Game Addiction Officially Named A Disorder By World Health OrganizationThe WHO is now saying that the obsession can become such an addiction it warrants being classified as an official disorder by the group.
Excessive Video Game Playing May Be A Sign Of 'Gaming Disorder': World Health OrganizationIf you think you're playing video games too much, you just might be.
Study: Taking An Hour-Long Walk Can Reverse Damage Of Sitting All Day At WorkIf you spend all day sitting, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk - just make sure you can spare at least an hour.
Hand Hygiene Day: Health Officials Say Clean Hands Save LivesHand washing saves lives. That's the message the World Health Organization is hoping to spread on Hand Hygiene Day, which is Thursday.
Zika Virus Declared A Global Health Emergency; NY Offers Free TestingThe World Health Organization has announced that the explosive spread of the Zika virus in the Americas is an "extraordinary event" that merits being declared an international emergency.
Report Finds Processed Meats Linked To Cancer; Red Meat Risky TooIt's official: Ham, sausage and other processed meats can lead to colon, stomach and other cancers -- and red meat is probably cancer-causing, too.
Experts: Earbuds Could Be Putting Kids At Increased Risk For Hearing LossEarbuds are putting a lot of people at risk for hearing loss. There is now a warning for children from the World Health Organization.
Officials Discuss Ebola Training For At-Risk NYC EmployeesNew York City is stepping up its training for city workers who could be the first ones to make contact with anyone with Ebola.
Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' As Precautions ExpandPresident Barack Obama is naming Ron Klain as the point man on the U.S. government's response to the Ebola crisis.
President Obama: Ebola Monitoring Must Be 'More Aggressive'A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said.
WHO: 10,000 New Ebola Cases Per Week Could Be SeenA World Health Organization official says there could be up to 10,000 new cases of Ebola per week within two months.
Report: Yale Research Students To Voluntarily Sequester Themselves Following Trip From LiberiaTwo Yale University doctoral students returning from West Africa are taking extra precautions to ensure that they did not contract the Ebola virus while traveling.