Sat, Apr 29, 2017
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Morning Rounds: Safe disposal of prescription drugs and malaria
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the importance of safely disposing of unwanted or expired prescription drugs and one of the world's most devastating diseases that remains widespread and deadly in places like Africa, malaria.
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Anti-abortion leader to be named to health job
Charmaine Yoest, who actively supported Trump in his campaign, will serve as assistant secretary of public affairs at HHS
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Health officials warn of mercury in skin cream
Even people living with tainted cream users are vulnerable to mercury poisoning – especially pregnant women and children
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Drug approved for rare disease, too late for one family
As the window to help their own children closed, the VanHoutan family kept fighting to find a treatment for devastating Batten disease
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NFL fulfills young cancer survivor's wish
T.J. Owuanibe shared center stage with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to announce the Baltimore Ravens' top draft pick
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Netflix hit "13 Reasons Why" faces tough criticism
Schools across the country are warning parents that "13 Reasons Why" could be glamorizing teen suicide
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How to safely trash opioids, old prescription drugs
Saturday, April 29th is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
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Revised GOP health care bill won't make Trump 100-day mark
That means the measure can't be passed in time to make a list of President Trump's accomplishments during his first 100 days in office
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Republicans struggling to revive Obamacare replacement bill
After showing signs of life, the Republican plan to replace Obamacare may be back on life support. A compromise that got the most conservative House members on board is causing moderates to pull their support. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Drugged driving more fatal than drunk driving, report says
For the first time, drivers killed in car crashes in the U.S. were more likely to be on drugs than drunk, according to new data
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Dog food possibly tainted with euthanasia drug recalled
Consumers are urged not to use the affected products after some cans tested positive for penobarbital
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What Oktoberfest study reveals about heavy drinking
Even in healthy people, heavy drinking over a short period of time was a "trigger" for the heart
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Blood test offers hope for better lung cancer treatment
New studies suggest liquid biopsies might help show who would or would not benefit from chemotherapy
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Report: House GOP leaders to kill lawmaker exemption in health care bill
This comes after the Freedom Caucus endorsed a new piece of the legislation Wednesday
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Getting your wisdom teeth out? Watch for "dry socket"
Here's what you need to know about a painful, lesser-known complication
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NY, NJ hotspot for deadly superbug fungus
First identified in Japan in 2009, the fungus has spread to more than a dozen countries around the globe
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FDA cracks down on bogus cancer treatments
The agency has issued warning letters to 14 U.S.-based companies peddling dozens of products
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Autism linked to many other health issues
“We now know, beyond doubt, that for many people, autism​ is a whole-body disorder"
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"Stealthing" during sex raises legal, ethical concerns
New report sheds light on the disturbing practice; "It feels like a violation ... not dissimilar to rape"
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Kids with autism face other health problems
An estimated 1 in 68 American children is on the autism spectrum, and experts say many of them have a range of other medical problems to deal with, too. CBS News' Weijia Jiang reports.
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