As the government considers tightening regulations on health care workers returning from Africa, congress is pressing medical officials on the U.S. response to Ebola. Julianna Goldman reports.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with the latest on the case of Ebola in New York.
A New York City doctor who returned home after treating Ebola victims in Guinea raised alarms when he contracted the disease, but he is now in okay condition. Jericka Duncan reports.
Health care worker had recently treated Ebola patients in West Africa and was quarantined as state officials tighten safety measures
Health care worker is the first traveler from West Africa to be quarantined under new Ebola screening procedures at New York area airports
In their first interview, four Dallas nurses who treated Thomas Eric Duncan describe how they went to great lengths to try to keep him alive
Spencer returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa nearly a week before being diagnosed Thursday as New York's first Ebola case
With marijuana now legal in Colorado, the Denver Police Department is concerned that pot-infused candy will be handed out to kids on Halloween. Now, as KCNC's Brian Maass reports, a local company has developed a test kit to detect the drug in treats.
Fear lingers even though officials say the risk of catching the virus on rapid transit is "close to nil"
Dr. Craig Spencer was self-monitoring for symptoms of Ebola after returning from West Africa last week. But some are questioning if more restrictions should have been put on his movements. Alison Harmelin reports.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced the mandatory 21-day quarantine for health care workers returning from West Africa
Doctor who developed Ebola was free to move around New York City in the days before he got sick
A person who doesn't have symptoms probably can't transmit the virus through intimate contact, but some experts say more research is needed to know for sure
Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse who was infected with the Ebola virus, was discharged from the National Institutes of Health Friday. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the infectious disease chief at the NIH, declared Pham virus-free. Fauci and Pham addressed the media Friday morning.
Home testing kit addresses concern about kids mistaking marijuana edibles for regular candy
Two toxins found in air pollution may be linked to developmental disorder
Critics fear that handing over regulation to poulty processors is a potential threat to public health
A look at the background, symptoms and treatment of Dr. Craig Spencer
Expects 200K vaccine doses by mid-2015; at least five experimental drugs are due to join three others undergoing clinical trials
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the state will handle Ebola, now that there is a confirmed case.