As the global vaccine stockpile wanes, fears are growing that the virus could spread internationally
The Affordable Care Act has lost the help of Aetna--one of the largest U.S. insurance companies--after a huge financial deficit of $430 million. CBS News' Jan Crawford explains.
This is the first Texas case to be linked to travel within the continental United States, officials say
"Regardless of how much physical activity someone gets, prolonged sedentary time could negatively impact the health of your heart and blood vessels," expert says
Families with severe allergies often rely on EpiPens to deliver a dose of potentially life-saving medicine if a child has a bad reaction. But the cost of the EpiPen is surging, having risen by more than 480 percent since 2009, putting the pinch on many families. Vinita Nair reports.
Aetna, one of America's largest insurance companies, is scaling back on its participation of Obamacare. The company says it will only sell health insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act in four states. Aetna reported more than $430 million in losses since the exchanges opened in January of 2014. Jan Crawford reports.
Numerous restaurants on 2 Hawaiian islands closed; many customers complain they weren't told why
Filled with epinephrine, the auto-injector's price has risen by more than 480 percent since 2009
It's a tragedy that happens 3,500 times a year -- a parent puts an infant to sleep, and the child never wakes up. Most often, the cause is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. A new study finds many parents are not doing all they could to reduce the risk. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
A mosquito expert discusses what may draw the disease-spreading pests to their human prey
A new study looks at the potential link between the common pain reliever and behavioral issues in children
Despite decades of warnings, many parents are still putting their children at risk for sudden infant death syndrome, a new study finds
A major organ transplant group is working to end geographic disparities that affect which patients get a new liver
Doping tests revealed a deeper health issue for a female Olympic athlete now competing in Rio
Pride School Atlanta is the first LGBTQ+ affirming school in the South. Spearheaded by Christian Zsilavets, an openly transgender educator, it will join just a handful of such schools in the U.S. specifically designed as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth. CBS News' Ines Novacic was at the school as trans youth began their first day.
In the West, extreme heat combined with thick smoke from wildfires, and air pollution from millions of cars, is making the air in some parts of California dangerous to breathe. While the air quality in Los Angeles County has improved over the years, health officials say it still ranks as the most deadliest in America. Mireya Villareal has more.
While Los Angeles County's air quality has improved, health officials say pollution kills 1,300 people a year, making it the deadliest air in the country
Health officials say three more people in Florida have tested positive for locally transmitted Zika bringing the total to at least 28. One of the new patients does not live in the so called "Zika zone" and that has residents and authorities concerned the outbreak area could be expanding. Marlie Hall has the latest.
A proposed law could force drivers in New Jersey to give up eating and drinking behind the wheel. Vinita Nair reports.
Growing up in Chicago, Jeff Mauro had a natural gift for entertaining, keeping his family laughing while exploring his love for food. During the day, he worked in a sandwich shop and at night, he took the stage as Tony in the Chicago production of the hit comedy, "Tony and Tina's Wedding." Along with his thriving TV career -- hosting "Sandwich King" and "The Kitchen -- he launched "Pork & Mindy's," a growing Chicago-area fast casual barbecue chain. Mauro joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his story and signature dishes.