President Bush on Monday nominated Michael Leavitt, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, to head the Department of Health and Human Services.
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer talks with Dr. Peter Piot, executive director of UNAIDS, about the impact of AIDS on women.
Ray Suarez talks with two doctors about the current state of the flu vaccine shortage.
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer gives an update on the congressional hearings over the health risks of the painkiller Vioxx.
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer reports on the investigation surrounding the failure of the arthritis drug, Vioxx.
Margaret Warner updates the latest developments in the flu vaccine shortage.
Antidepressants must now have a "black box" warning after researchers linked the drugs to increased suicidal thoughts and behaviors in children and adolescents, the Food and Drug Administration announced Friday.
Health Correspondent Susan Dentzer reports on the growing health risk of osteoporosis.
Susan Dentzer reports on recent news of a shortage of the flu vaccine that has health officials worried. Then, Ray Suarez speaks with two medical researchers about the questions posed by this vaccine shortage.
U.S. health officials advised that healthy adults should skip or delay getting the flu shot this year after the British government suspended the manufacturing license of the company that produces half of the flu vaccine used in United States.
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