Morning Rounds: Quitting cigarettes, seasonal allergies

April 15, 2017, 7:37 AM| Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss research that analyzes potentially dangerous methods for quitting cigarettes, how to stay informed on seasonal allergies and a new way to harvest water using only the power of the sun. Health – CBSNews.com  More...

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FDA rejects drugmaker's much-anticipated arthritis pill

Drug company Eli Lilly says their much-awaited pill for rheumatoid arthritis has been rejected by the Food and Drug Administration. It’s the company’s second drug development setback since November. A letter More...

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Supplier: Drug sold to Arkansas not intended for executions

This March 25, 2017, photo shows a sign for the Department of Correction’s Cummins Unit prison in Varner, Ark. Eight prisoners have been scheduled to die at the prison in April as Arkansas rushes to use an execution More...

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Why seniors may be more vulnerable to scams

A pair of key differences in the brain may help distinguish which seniors are at risk of falling prey to financial scams, a small new study suggests. The first-of-its-kind study found a biological basis — More...

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Another downside to unemployment? Stroke risk

Losing a job might increase your risk for a fatal stroke, a new study from Japan suggests. “While the Japanese culture is different from the U.S. culture, the implication is that job security could help reduce More...

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Are hot dogs about to be expelled from L.A. schools?

The Los Angeles school district should not be allowed to serve hot dogs and other processed meats to students because those products increase the risk of cancer, according to a lawsuit filed this week by the Physicians More...

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These kinds of hot flashes are linked with heart risk

Hot flashes that come earlier and more often are associated with poorer blood vessel function, a new study suggests. iStock Hot flashes may be more than a troublesome nuisance for some women during menopause More...

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Target recalls these water-absorbing toys

A look at some of the toys affected in the recall. Consumer Products Safety Commission NEW YORK — Target has recalled water-absorbing Easter and Dino toys due to risk of being ingested. The recall involves More...

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Democrats say upcoming spending bill must fund Obamacare payments

Waves of color surround the Capitol Dome in Washington, early Friday, Feb. 10, 2017.  J. Scott Applewhite, AP WASHINGTON — Democrats are up in arms over President Donald Trump’s threats to deny payments More...

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Teen denied lung transplant after smoking pot, family says

Riley Hancey was denied a life-saving lung transplant after testing positive for THC – the chief intoxicant in marijuana. YouCaring.com A Utah teen was denied a life-saving transplant after he tested positive More...