After a second heath care worker in Texas infected with Ebola, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Matthews Burwell insists protocols do work
"The Atlantic" takes a deeper look in its November cover story, "Why Kids Sext." Author of the article Hannah Rosin spent time in a community rocked by a sexting scandal, and she joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her findings.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell heads the government department overseeing the nation's response to the Ebola threat. Burwell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the ongoing situation.
The World Health Organization says the number of Ebola patients will rise dramatically unless more action is taken to contain the disease. The agency also says the death rate from the virus is now at 70 percent. Debora Patta reports from Monrovia, Liberia.
A second health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital tested positive for the Ebola virus. Nurses employed at the Dallas hospital are non-union emoployees, and they approached National Nurses United, angry about the blame they've received in handling Duncan. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Community groups in Liberian capital race to educate masses and detect new cases fast, but they have a lot of ground to cover
The Centers for Disease Contril and Prevention has implemented a faster lab test to detect enterovirus D68, which will take days instead of weeks. Also, a Harvard researchers released a new study on access to mental health care. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
CDC says another member of staff at Texas Presbyterian hospital has tested positive and remains quarantined
Union spokeswoman: "These nurses are not well protected. They're not prepared to handle Ebola or any other pandemic. We are deeply alarmed"
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N.J. native Katie Meyler has transitioned from running a girls' school to helping Ebola patients in the hard-hit capital of Liberia
Quicker test is expected to show a major surge in the number of cases of the severe respiratory virus in children across the U.S.
"If we delayed that treatment any longer because of immigration issues, I don't think I would have been able to forgive myself"
One person has died from Ebola in the U.S. and at least two more has been diagnosed with the virus
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"The Ebola epidemic is at a critical turning point," Facebook CEO says
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World Health Organization says the death rate in the Ebola outbreak is rising and the number of cases could skyrocket