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Reader's Digest editor in chief discusses what magazine found for article on food manufacturers' secrets
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Experts say that consumers can be tricked into eating certain foods without really knowing what they include. That's the subject of Reader's Digest's latest cover story, "50 Secrets Food Manufacturers Won't Tell You." The magazine's editor-in-chief Liz Vaccariello joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss some of the big surprises.
It's being called the future of health care, and President Obama wants to invest $215 million in research for the personalized approach. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus, a proponent for precision medicine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what is at stake.
In passionate testimony, musician and HIV/AIDS activist thanks lawmakers for past efforts to combat the virus, urges further action
Bullying tied to sexual orientation begins as early as elementary school, study finds
New, non-partisan report finds big gains but also some shortcomings
Loose straps in car seats, swings, and bouncers can be fatal, study says
Researchers say it could be dangerous if infants are left unsupervised in a baby swing or car seat. A recent study looked at deaths among children who strangled on the straps after falling asleep in baby swings, bouncers and car seats. CBS News' Hena Daniels reports.
One of America's most popular dog breeds is especially at risk, and scientists want to know why
CBS News investigates role of doctors in peddling of dubious pain relief and scar creams to veterans