Dr. Craig Spencer, who was treating Ebola patients in Guinea, is quarantined in Bellevue Hospital
Dr. Mickey Chopra, UNICEF's Chief of Health, explains why it's difficult to find care for these children
Dr. Celine Gounder, discusses how he took the proper steps to inform health authorities of his symptoms
According to researchers in California, the daughters of pregnant women who develop gestational diabetes have a higher risk of becoming obese later in childhood. Also, another reason to spend time outside in the sun. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health stories.
Dr. Craig Spencer was self-monitoring for symptoms of Ebola after returning from West Africa last week. But some are questioning if more restrictions should have been put on his movements. Alison Harmelin reports.
Infrared goggles can help surgeons detect and remove cancerous cells
Researchers in Chicago say that an experimental cancer drug is showing promise. Also, a new risk for bariatric surgery recipients. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
In a news conference on Thursday evening, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed that a patient has tested positive for the Ebola virus and is currently being treated at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.
Jeffrey Gold, Chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, announces that Ebola patient Ashoka Mukpo has been declared free of the Ebola virus, and released. Gold then reads a statement from Mukpo.
Across the country, children and teens are learning how to focus their minds and develop self awareness through yoga. Experts at The National Kids Yoga Conference suggest it may even benefit kids with ADHD and other behavioral problems. CBS News' Paula Reid reports.
Researchers at Harvard found that two-thirds of dietary supplements that have previously been recalled still contain banned ingredients. Also, smoking may get in the way of recovering alcoholics. Danielle Nottingham reports on the day's top health stories.
According to the BBC, a man who was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack has been able to walk again after nerve cells from his nose were transplanted into his spinal cord.
Four people in the Dallas metropolitan area talk about whether they are afraid or not of contracting Ebola.
Fault Lines investigates why the FDA approved new opioid painkiller, Zohydro, amid a prescription drug crisis
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest explains President Obama's view on a West Africa travel ban and whether the president is opposed to the idea.
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