Researchers who say one in five children they studied was dyslexic have also found there is no link at all between dyslexia and intelligence
At least 22 people have developed some type of respiratory illness after vaping or using e-cigarettes
Officials are investigating 193 possible cases of severe lung illness associated with vaping in 22 states
From stem cell therapies to editing our genes, we've seen no shortage of medical breakthroughs in recent years. But these developments also raise ethical issues. That’s especially true when it comes to policy decisions about the kind of care people get and how precious resources are allocated. That’s the subject of the new book, "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven but Nobody Wants to Die: Bioethics and the Transformation of Health Care in America." The book’s authors, Dr. Amy Gutmann and Dr. Jonathan Moreno, join “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the ethics of the modern American health care system.
Three-year-old Quinn Waters has been confined to his home for months due to his compromised immunity after a treatment for brain cancer. Staring out the window at passers-by has been his only entertainment — until now. The community has shown up to perform on his lawn to help him feel better. Steve Hartman reports from "On the Road."
We are learning what could be the first death in the United States linked to vaping. Anna Werner reports.
Quinn Waters lives in a world all his own, but he's not lonely — not anymore