While ALS patients lose their ability to speak as the disease progresses, they do not have to lose their voices
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the need for funding to fight Zika, as Florida is investigating a second suspected case of the virus transmitted by mosquitoes. Also, pediatricians are urged to talk to young patients about sex and new research finds reading narratives may encourage empathy.
Shuttled back and forth between family members in the U.S. and China, immigrant children face emotional challenges
Chef Tanya Holland's interest in cooking began at a young age, when her parents organized a cooking and dining club with other couples. After earning a Grand Diploma in France and training with some top-ranked chefs, she returned to the U.S. She now has her own restaurant, "Brown Sugar Kitchen" in West Oakland, California, along with numerous awards and honors for her updated, soulful cooking style. Chef Holland joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature dishes.
The ACLU hailed the ruling: "A young woman seeking an abortion doesn't need additional hurdles. She needs a doctor"
Justice Department will sue to prevent the latest round of big health insurance mergers. That could be great news for consumers
New research looks at common symptoms in women and who is most likely to get them
Even moderate drinkers are at greater risk for breast, colon, liver and other cancers, study finds
"Pokemon Go" players are walking dogs at an animal shelter to catch a rare specimen.
Mosquito control officials worry they won't be able to keep up their efforts without more funding
The active ingredient in marijuana may be contaminating an entire Colorado town's water supply. The FBI is helping state investigators in Hugo learn how THC could have ended up in a well. Barry Petersen reports from Denver, southeast of Hugo, as hundreds have been warned not to drink the water.
Undetected cases of Lyme disease can leave patients with a mysterious and debilitating array of symptoms years later
Consumers are urged not to use the affected items and return them for a refund
It's called tinnitus and if it's affecting your quality of life, there are some options that can help
45 states have reported outbreaks of salmonella linked to pet poultry; dozens of people hospitalized
More than 372,000 pounds of popular summer cookout foods are being recalled
A new study suggests meniscal tears can often be healed just as well with exercise
A look at what you really need in a wearable fitness tracker - and which ones do it best
Research shows working killer hours can make some people stupider, especially as we age. Science searches for the magic number
With Republican nominee Donald Trump vowing to throw out the Affordable Care Act, the Cleveland Clinic CEO weighs in on steps to improve health care