LASIK eye surgery has been popular for more than 20 years, with an estimated 20 million Americans undergoing the procedure to correct nearsightedness and improve distance vision. But some patients says the surgery has ruined their eyesight. Now an expert who once backed LASIK is campaigning to get it off the market. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
The threat of antibiotic-resistant infections is dramatically larger than previously thought. New antibiotics are needed, but experts say not enough are being developed. Anna Werner reports on the reason why.
The president made an unannounced stop at Walter Reed Army Hospital to have portions of his physical done before his 2020 schedule fills up
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Astrology is booming in popularity, especially among millennials. The generation that grew up online is now turning to the ancient practice. Websites and apps like Astrology Zone, AstroStyle and Co-Star are catering to a desire for self knowledge and guidance. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The apparent whistleblower who revealed Google is collecting medical records from about 50 million Americans said "Project Nightingale" raised red flags, including a security risk of "placing medical data in the digital cloud." Google said it's using the information to improve health care and reduce medical costs, under strict privacy and security standards. Wired Editor-in-Chief Nick Thomson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the privacy and security concerns.
But 34.2 million adults still smoke and use other tobacco products