A Virginia family is petitioning drug company, Chimerix, to release the brincidofovir drug they believe can help save the life of their son, Josh, who is fighting an adenovirus infection after surviving four bouts of cancer. So far, the company has denied the family's request. WTVR-TV's Wayne Covil reports.
Twenty states and Washington D.C. allow medical marijuana, and parents are flocking to Colorado in hopes of strain that can cure children's seizures. But as CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and NYU psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Ross point out, much remains unknown about how the drug affects health.
A new study finds that parents can become so engrossed with using their smart phones that it negatively impacts the amount of attention they give their children. The researchers observed parents and caregivers with children at fast food restaurants and found that several adults rarely looked up from their phones. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.