EpiPen shortage has some relying on expired devices
Another generic version of the EpiPen won't come soon enough for users of life-saving medicine that's had manufacturing issues since May
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FDA clears generic rival to high-priced EpiPen
Years after seeking federal approval, Israeli drugmaker gets nod to sell version of life-saving allergy treatment
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FDA approves generic EpiPen
The FDA has approved the first generic rival to EpiPen. The self-injecting device used to treat potentially life-threatening allergic reactions has faced a number of issues in recent years, including shortages and notoriously high prices. The new generic copy will be sold by Teva Pharmaceuticals. Anna Werner reports.
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Bode and Morgan Miller raise awareness after daughter's drowning death
Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, are trying to raise awareness about pool safety. Their 19-month-old daughter drowned this year in a neighbor's pool. Their full interview airs Friday, August 17 on "CBS This Morning."
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Quitting smoking improves your health, even if you gain weight, study finds
New research finds both good news and bad news for smokers who worry about packing on extra pounds when they try to quit
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1 in 4 U.S. adults has a disability – especially in this region
New government research finds 61 million U.S. adults have a disability that impacts a major part of their life​
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Feeling lonely? You might need to get more sleep, study says
Sleep deprivation​ can turn us into "social lepers," a leading sleep researcher says
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"Worrisome" levels of lead, arsenic found in baby food
Consumer Reports finds concerning amounts of heavy metals in popular cereals and other products for infants
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New Haven overdoses: The facts about K2 synthetic marijuana
At least 71 people have overdosed from synthetic marijuana in Connecticut​, authorities reported this week
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Losing sleep could lead to loneliness, study finds
New evidence shows sleep deprivation can harm your physical and mental health. A study from the University of California, Berkeley suggests missing out on sleep makes us lonely and less socially attractive. It also says people can pass on feelings of loneliness to someone who is well-rested in just 60 seconds. Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and specialist in sleep medicine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the importance of sleep.
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2 arrested after 70+ people believed to overdose on K2 near Conn. park
A new CDC estimate says drug overdoses killed a record 72,000 Americans last year. More than 70 people overdosed on a synthetic marijuana Wednesday at or near a Connecticut park. The drug, known as K2, can be 100 times more potent than regular marijuana. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Synthetic marijuana causes mass overdose in Connecticut
Nearly 50 people in New Haven, Connecticut, have been treated after taking synthetic marijuana. The drug can be 100 times more powerful than pot. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Kids with allergies? What you need to know before they head back to school
Allergists are reminding parents there are some important things to keep in mind
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Weed-killing chemical linked to cancer found in some children's breakfast food
A number of popular breakfast foods marketed to children may contain a weed-killing chemical that some health authorities link to cancer.
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Woman's lost contact lens found in her eyelid – 28 years later
Doctors found the contact lens embedded in a cyst in her left eyelid nearly three decades after she lost it
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Boy desperate for a kidney gets one from surprise donor
A 12-year-old boy from Georgia needed a new kidney and was desperate to find a match -- when he finally did, his family was shocked to learn who the donor was
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Weed-killing chemical linked to cancer found in some children's breakfast foods
31 out of 45 tested products had glyphosate levels higher than what some scientists consider safe for children
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Weed-killing chemical found in some children's breakfast foods
A new report found a weed-killing chemical linked to cancer in a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals marketed to children. The study by the Environmental Working Group discovered trace amounts of glyphosate in oats, granolas and snack bars. Anna Werner reports.
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Suicide survivor becomes youngest face transplant recipient in U.S.
At age 21, Katie Stubblefield became one of 40 people in the world to receive a face transplant
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Multi-gene test may find risk of heart disease and more
Researchers say a new way of analyzing genetic test data may one day help identify people at high risk of a youthful heart attack​ in time to help
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