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Evidence continues to mount that repeated concussions can lead to brain damage. As CBS 2′s Dr Max Gomez reported, brain disease and its associated symptoms can develop years before the final diagnosis.
Pelham Bay landfill was eventually designated a federal Superfund site. Twelve children who lived nearby developed cancer — three of whom died.
Paralyzed pooches could be the key to a breakthrough treatment for paralyzed veterans. The hope is that therapies that work in dogs might also be more likely to work in humans.
Gagik Hovanessian returned to North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset — where he underwent his heart surgery 23 years before — to have two more operations performed on him.
A new study in the Journal of Neurology says hot cocoa is good for your brain. The cocoa drinkers in the study performed better on thinking and memory tests than those who didn’t drink hot cocoa.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating the cyclospora infections, which are often found in tropical or subtropical countries and have been linked to imported fresh produce in the past
Almost everybody has heard that they should be drinking eight glasses of water every day to stay healthy, and for many people that means drinking from a bottle. Now, experts say, all of that drinking could cause premature aging.
The temperature isn’t the only thing getting hot these days. If you’ve been outside, you may have noticed tempers are flaring.
Ear Tube surgery is the most common operation for children in the United States. With over 670,000 children getting ear tubes inserted, CBS 2’s Katie McGee explains how the guidelines will help doctors identify eligible candidates.
A new disease spread by deer ticks has already infected 100,000 New Yorkers since the state first started keeping track.
When students return to school after summer break, they may find it a lot harder to get their hands on so-called “study drugs.”
Of roughly 24,000 restaurants, nearly 1,400 have been hit with $1,000 fines for failing to display grades,.
Four years ago, Chris Meek, who works in finance, started the charity Solder Socks, and wants to donate ten exoskeletons to paralyzed veterans.
Roughly one million people who had kicked the habit went back to smoking because of the stress of 9/11, according to a newly published report.