Sen. Gillibrand Proposes Legislation To Help Schools With Asthmatic StudentsIn the Bronx, crisscrossed by expressways and dotted with old industrial sites, asthma rates are sky high.
New N.Y. State Law Allows Kids To Bring Anti-Asthma Nebulizers Onto Athletic FieldsA new law goes into effect Wednesday that will help some kids – and their parents – breathe easier.
Enterovirus D68: What Every Parent Should KnowParents should be prepared for a new virus that is infecting the Midwest and looking to sweep the nation.
New York Family Reunites With FDNY Heroes Who Saved Son's LifeIt was a day to remember for Brian Davis, not only because he celebrated his 7th birthday, but also because he got a chance to meet the men who saved his life.
NYS Comptroller Report: State Choking On $1.3 Billion In Annual Asthma-Related CostsThe study by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli found that Medicaid costs related to asthma were $532 million in 2013, an increase of more than 26 percent over five years.
Acrid, Smoky Air Overwhelms Neighbors After East Harlem ExplosionThe scene of the massive explosion in East Harlem Wednesday was a cause for concern as the street filled with dust and smoke.
Studies: At Least A Quarter Of Asthma Cases MisdiagnosedAsthma is a potentially life-threatening disease that can cause wheezing, coughing and shortness of breath. But about 25 to 30 percent of patients are misdiagnosed, according to recent studies.
Gov. Christie Releases Report On Personal Medical HistoryThe two-page letter from his cardiologist says the 51-year-old Christie has no medical limitations and is ``fit to serve as governor.''
Seen At 11: IV Drips Are The Latest Rage ... But Are They Safe?Yost and Young are part of a growing trend of people who seek out customized, intravenous cocktails at wellness centers and spas across the country. Experts told CBS 2 that the formula of vitamins and minerals could provide instant relief for a number of ailments.
City Warns Of Continuing Health Threats In Wake Of SandySuperstorm Sandy may be more than a month behind us, but the danger still lingers in damaged homes.
Medical Officials: Sandy Victims Suffering From Wide Variety Of Physical AilmentsHomeowners in Long Island's flood zones have been taking precautions, using protective suits, masks, gloves and boots as they warily clear muck, sewage and mold-infested wallboard. Hundreds of residents have been seeking medical attention.
Osi Umenyiora's Son 'Better' After Hospitalization For Asthma AttackThe New York Daily News described Umenyiora as "frantic," declining to answer postgame questions.