We're all familiar with fruit-flavored candy, but what about candy-flavored fruit? Two California farmers are enjoying the sweet success of growing grapes with unexpected tastes. One variety even mimics the flavor of cotton candy. Carter Evans visited their farm to see how they do it, and what other treats they have on the vine.
A new selling point for packaged foods? Fewer ingredients. Food giants hope simpler labels will attract more consumers by helping them recognize what they're eating. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Moss, who examined the food industry in his bestselling book, "Salt, Sugar, Fat," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what's behind the trend.
Florida has reported four new cases of the Zika virus spread by local mosquitoes. As the number of infections rises across the U.S., health officials are urging people to use mosquito repellents, including some with DEET. But are some of the chemicals registered with the EPA safe for pregnant women to use? Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Some expectant mothers are wary of using chemicals registered with EPA, but one leading official assures they are "definitely safe for use"
Four more cases of Zika are thought to have originated in Miami, and crews are out every day clearing drains and spraying insecticide. But experts say finding a Zika-infected mosquito is like finding a needle in a haystack. David Bengaud has more.
Zika has reached mosquitoes in the U.S., and many pregnant women are wondering if it is safe to use insect repellent with DEET. Dr. Jon LaPook explains there are repellants that are safe.
The four new cases are thought to have originated in the same Wynwood section of Miami
"Inappropriate use" of intensive care units can be harmful and costly, says study author
Three babies in neonatal intensive care unit test positive for bacterium Pseudomonas; two infant deaths reportedly prompted testing
"I want to cry, I'm so happy," one disabled vet said after her first time on water skis
A study finds online gamers and frequent Facebook users may have different outcomes at school
Researchers are trying to understand why maternal death rates are getting worse, not better
A new study looks at factors that may affect when people are more likely to cheat on their partners
An ancient therapy known as "cupping" has become a craze during the 2016 Olympics. U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps was seen with purple spots on his back as a result of the treatment. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula looks at the health claims behind this process.
A newborn baby girl died with Zika-related birth defects in Texas after her mother traveled to Latin America when she was pregnant. This is the first Zika-related death in Texas.
Officials say the mom traveled to Latin America while pregnant, and is believed to have contracted the virus there
Veggie burgers are making a comeback after decades in the shadows. They were once considered to be a sad alternative to their cow-based counterpart. Vinita Nair reports on how the veggie burger has been re-imagined by award-winning chefs and Silicon Valley.
An ancient healing art is leaving its mark on the Rio Olympics. When swimmer Michael Phelps led Team USA to a gold medal, his upper body was covered with bruises from "cupping." Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why athletes are drawn to this treatment and its benefits.
A Miami neighborhood is a ghost town after 17 non-travel related Zika cases have been diagnosed there. Officials are turning to aerial mosquito spraying to try to eradicate the problem. David Begnaud has more.
A new study looks at volunteer work, mental health and well-being in different stages of life