Electrical Stimulation Of The Brain May Slow Onset Of Alzheimer's, Study Shows
What You Need To Know To Protect You & Your Kids From The FluEven though the pediatric death toll is higher than last year at this time, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports it's most likely higher because of a lag in reporting.
Experts Say Flu Vaccine Especially Important For Pregnant WomenThe flu season continues to escalate, with every state but Hawaii reporting widespread outbreaks.
Catching The Flu Can Increase Your Risk Of Heart Attack, Study ShowsThe chance of having a heart attack increases six-fold during the first seven days after flu infection.
New Device Reduces Sleep Apnea In Two-Thirds Of Patients Using It, Study ShowsThere's a new treatment for patients who suffer from sleep apnea, a serious condition that causes people to stop breathing while asleep.
One's Gait Could Be An Important Indicator Of Future Health Problems, Study ShowsAnalyzing how people walk, known as their "gait," can predict brain problems years before other signs.
Strong Sneeze Can Spread Flu Germs Farther Than Previously Thought, Experts SayCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez looks into just how far a solid sneeze can travel, and where those virus-laden droplets go.
Hair-Sized Stent Offers Hope For Patients Suffering From GlaucomaCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reported, the device is for patients who aren't helped by eye drops or surgery.
Experimental Treatment Could Be The Answer For Some Stroke VictimsAn experimental treatment could mean new hope for stroke patients. Doctors are using stem cells to communicate with a patient's immune system.
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