Warning: Some Over-The-Counter, Popular Nasal Sprays May Be AddictiveThey are very effective and safe when used as directed, and that's the key, because they can have some surprising side effects.
New Cases Of Lung Cancer Spreading To Younger WomenAfter treating her for pneumonia, doctors discovered a 44-year-old mother, herself a non-smoker, had stage IV lung cancer.
Doctor Uses Experimental Brain Glue To Save Connecticut BoyShawn Svoboda started falling asleep in class, which led him to learn that he had a lethal brain problem.
Father Hears His Organ Donor Son's Heart Beating In The Person Whose Life He SavedIt took six years for Craig Clark to meet the young man who got his son's heart.
U.S. Approves 1st Drug Developed To Prevent Chronic MigrainesThe monthly shot Aimovig is the first in a new class of long-acting drugs for preventing migraines.
Health Watch: Experts Studying New And Non-Invasive Way To Treat Sinus ProblemsRelief usually means medications and breathing strips, or even surgery, but CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says there's a new, easier approach.
Common Vitamin Could Be Key In Fight Against Type 2 DiabetesType 2 is by far the most common type of diabetes, with more than 30 million people suffering from it in the United States alone.
‘He’s A Gift:’ Mother’s Day Takes On New Meaning For Newburgh FamilyMom nearly died while she was pregnant, and the technology that saved her life meant she likely would lose the baby. But as CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, she had miraculous results.
Health Watch: Eye Doctors Concerned About Blue Light From Electronic DevicesYou wouldn't stare at the sun for hours on end, but you're probably doing something every day that could also damage your eyes. Electronic screens all emit blue light and studies suggest that could lead to macular degeneration.
What's To Blame For This Year's Unusually Strong Allergy Season?If you feel like your symptoms are especially bad this year, you're not alone.
New Device Offers Gentler Experience When Going To The DentistIt doesn't look like the view many patients see in the chair of a scary looking syringe coming at them. Instead, they see a long, slim, pen-like device.
Genetic Test Can Help Patients Get The Right Anti-Depression Medicine FasterThere's some good news for the more than 16 million people suffering with major depression in the United States.