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Relax and restore: 5 "wellness" destinations to consider for your next tripA new category of travel is on the rise. "Wellness travel" focuses on health and restoration – time away to detox, de-stress, and improve your sense of wellbeing. According to a recent TripAdvisor survey, 25 percent of those planning vacations said they're looking to take a "wellness trip" in the next 12 months. TripAdvisor’s Elizabeth Monahan joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss some of the top welless destinations.
Why are urgent care clinics over-prescribing antibiotics?Antibiotics can be highly effective but over-prescribing and mis-prescribing the drugs has created a public health problem. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss research analyzing and comparing the antibiotic prescribing rates of various medical outlets and the rising rates of heart attack during pregnancy.
Branson mayor says it's "too early" to make a call on banning duck boatsBranson, Missouri mayor Karen Best joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Branson to discuss her community's response to the deaths of 17 people after a tourist boat capsized and sank on Thursday, Branson's reputation for embracing strangers and why she's not ready to say whether duck boats should be banned or not.
Philadelphia church saves souls through sportsAbout a dozen years ago, a Philadelphia church thought athletics could be a form of outreach to young people. They had no idea how successful their effort would be. James Brown reports.
Man mows lawns across America for those in needMost people look at mowing the lawn as a chore, but one young man sees it as an opportunity to help people in need and empower young people along the way. Michelle Miller reports.
Concerns over how drones could threaten national securityDrones have come a long way over the last decade, but the technology in the wrong hands could be used to spy on us, threaten our infrastructure and even target civilians. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen warned of the dangers this month in a Washington Post op-ed. Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss concerns over how even commercially available drones could pose a national security threat.