A Yale University professor is teaching students around the world how science can help them lead a happier life. Laurie Santos started the class "Psychology and the Good Life" back in January. Nearly one quarter of Yale's undergraduates enrolled, making it the most popular course in the school's more than 300-year history. Now, over 138,000 people around the world have registered for the class online. Santos joined "CBS This Morning" for a crash course on happiness.
More than 50 percent of adult Americans have at least one chronic health condition. Tech companies are now introducing products that promise to help users keep a constant eye on their health including blood pressure, glucose levels and heart problems. The so-called "wearable hospital" is a more than $6 billion industry and it's growing. While the products offer hope, many people have security and privacy concerns. Brian Cooley, editor-at-large at CNET, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how users’ private information could be at risk.
The U.S. Secret Service is releasing a new guide to prevent school attacks Thursday morning. The Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center has researched school attacks for nearly 20 years as part of its authorized mission. Lina Alathari, who heads that center and led the team that created this guide, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the importance of every school having an effective threat assessment program as well as standards to examine students who might be exhibiting concerning behavior.
A government official says most of the eligible young immigrant children who were separated at the border should be back with their parents by Thursday morning. A federal judge said Wednesday that 75 of the 102 children under the age of five were eligible for reunification but 12 of those 75 eligible children's families have already been deported, and their location is unknown. Mireya Villarreal reports.