Former Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy tackled a range of public health crises such as Zika, drug and alcohol addiction and obesity. Now, he's shedding light on the rising number of lonely people in America and how it affects our health. Murthy joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss technology's role in what he calls an "epidemic," why the culture of masculinity may put more men at risk, and what we can do to combat loneliness in the workplace.
Mike Moore calls himself a "country lawyer from Mississippi," but don't believe it. He's a 65-year-old David who has found his next Goliath: the big drug manufacturers. Moore says the industry understated how addictive opioids could be. He took on tobacco companies in the 1990s and won a $246 billion settlement. Mark Strassmann reports.