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Save the Children's "State of the World's Mothers" report ranks best and worst places for mothers and babies
Patient can now breathe, eat, and speak with transplanted organs in his throat
When Dr. Angie Beltsos couldn't have another child, she found herself in the same tough spot as many of her patients
Several sleep disorders may have a genetic component, researchers say
The FTC says the company used phony celebrity endorsements, fake news websites and spam to lure unsuspecting consumers
Pennsylvania mom Amy Souders was devastated by the death of her 18-year-old son Cody from an accidental overdose in 2013. But she says his decision to become an organ donor and help dozens of people meant his loss was not in vain. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports.
New book "The Dorito Effect" argues that chemical flavors added to foods contribute to Americans' growing waistlines
An 18-year-old's wish to help others also helps his family find meaning in tragic loss
Virtual reality is about to enter the operating room. The breakthrough technology is being introduced Monday at a gathering of neurosurgeons in Washington, D.C. Only on "CBS This Morning," Kara Finnstrom gets a sneak preview from the inventors in Southern California.
Doctors offer advice for protecting your most overlooked body part from the sun
Eating healthier isn't just about fat, salt and sugar. Flavorings could be fueling America’s obesity epidemic. Americans add nearly 600 million pounds of flavorings to food each year, everything from syrups to spices to sauces. Mark Schatzker is the author of the new book, “The Dorito Effect,” and joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how these flavorings could be making people gain weight.
More American women are having babies at home without the aid of a doctor or midwife
Put this on and you fly around inside the brain, moving past brain tissue, nerves and blood vessels by simply moving your head
The FDA approved a first of its kind--non-surgical treatment to melt the fat off the chin. Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more.
The cause of miserable stomach illness was detected in the air at several hospitals
Researchers fear long-term exposure could damage astronauts' brains and nervous systems
Recent case shows the risk can persist for months
Experts say these common misconceptions contribute to a shortage of life-saving transplants
It's being called "the coming tsunami." In the next decade, half a million young adults with autism will need jobs and a place to live. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
Half a million young adults with autism will soon be too old for school but in need of support