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Inside mental health startup Cerebral

Cerebral is the nation’s largest online mental health provider. The two-year-old company exploded during the pandemic thanks to relaxed prescribing regulations and high demand for virtual care. By the end of last year, Cerebral was valued at $4.8 billion and had signed up Olympic gymnast Simone Biles as its chief impact officer. But the company faces growing scrutiny over its prescribing practices, and the Justice Department has an investigation underway. In an exclusive interview with Consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner, Cerebral CEO Dr. David Mou said Cerebral is cooperating and he’s “confident” the DOJ investigation won’t find any problems.


Young kids may soon be eligible for vaccines

Children in New York City between the ages of 2 and 4 no longer need to wear masks while attending school or day care. This change comes as the FDA is poised to authorize COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5, the only group of Americans not yet eligible to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Dr. Jerry Abraham, director of vaccine programs for Kedren Health in Los Angeles, weighed in on these developments and more with CBS News' Tony Dokoupil and Lana Zak.

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