Study: 4 Cups Of Coffee Could Protect Your HeartGerman researchers say caffeine promotes the movement of a regulatory protein that can protect cardiovascular cells from damage.
N.J. Health Dept. Warns Of Possible Measles Exposure In Burlington, Camden CountiesThe health department said a patient developed symptoms after traveling internationally and may have exposed others at multiple locations.
HealthWatch: Robotic Assistance Now Helping With Spinal SurgeryA revolutionary surgery has removed a tumor from a man’s neck using tiny robots to perform the operation.
Century-Old Vaccine Could Be Major Breakthrough In Diabetes TreatmentThe vaccine is called BCG and it’s actually used to immunize children against tuberculosis. It’s been given nearly four billion times over the past century, mostly in China, Africa and South America, but not that often in the U.S., because TB is less common here.
Growing Number Of Men Going Under The Knife For Plastic SurgeryIn a surprising new trend in plastic surgery, more and more men are opting for a little nip-tuck.
New Technology Can Help Detect Salmonella OutbreaksCases of salmonella infections have been linked to pre-cut melons and Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal in the past two weeks.
NYC Health Department To Spray For Mosquitoes Starting TuesdayWith the weather warming up, the New York City Health Department is gearing up to go after mosquito breeding grounds. We've got the details.
New Study: Time With Friends Could Help Prevent DementiaOhio State researchers studied groups of mice, some in groups of two and some with a few roommates and plenty of social interaction.
Breakthrough Drug Offers Multiple Sclerosis Patients A Second ChanceMore people are being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis these days than in the past. While researchers don’t know exactly why, they do know the disease can have devastating effects.
Device Helps Burn Fat And Build Muscle Without Hitting The GymOften people with stubborn fat pockets resort to liposuction, tummy tucks or some other fat-freezing and lasering techniques. Emsculpt may be the alternative many have been looking for.
Beyond Death, Opioid Victim Inspires Brother To Spread Awareness Across AmericaFollowing his sister's overdose death, Brett Bramble is walking across the country to educate and lend support to those still struggling.
'Shocking' New Workout Promises To Cut Your Gym Time In Half“That's why we only suggest twice a week, so it will be equal to six days working out and take a day off to enjoy your family."
Update: New York Gov. Promises Transgender Health Care ProtectionsAs the Pride March parades through New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo promises new proposed state-level protections for transgender patients in advance of possible federal changes to key provision of the Affordable Care Act. CBS2's Clark Fouraker reports.
Measles Warning In N.J.New Jersey health officials want to warn the public about possible measles exposure in Burlington and Camden counties.
Growing Number Of Men Going Under The Knife For Plastic SurgeryIt's especially true in older men, and it's not just for looks. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New York Doctors Save Boy, 9, From Honduras With Serious Heart DefectDoctors in Honduras couldn't repair it, but surgeons at NYU Langone could. That's when Project Kids Worldwide stepped in. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Study: Having Friends Helps Keep Brains Healthy In Old AgeA new study shows having friends and being social may be key to helping preserve brain function. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Drug Offers MS Patients A Second ChanceMore people are being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis these days than in the past. While researchers don’t know exactly why, they do know the disease can have devastating effects. But as CBS2’s Dr. Max reports, a breakthrough drug is now improving the lives of more and more patients and given others a second chance.