Dr. Max Gomez
In this heat you’ll probably hear a lot of advice about how to keep cool and safe. Some of it is legit and some is pretty far off base.
Here’s a serious warning about cut-rate plastic surgery and its terrible consequences. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez recently spoke to one young woman about her agonizing ordeal.
The Obama administration is cracking down on artificial trans fats, calling them a threat to public health.
Some 5 million Americans are battling Alzheimer’s disease, and those numbers are expected to triple in the coming years. But there is now a simple at-home test to help spot telltale problems early.
To be able to read and learn effectively, both eyes have to work together as a team, Dr. Max Gomez reported.
Warm weather has arrived and people’s thoughts have turned to losing weight for bathing suit season.
The drug maker, Sprout, said 45 percent of women who took the drug experienced increased desire.
CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez takes a look at the pros and cons of taking probiotics.
Peanut allergies have more than quadrupled in the past 13 years, but experts now don’t think we should, and must, avoid feeding peanuts to infants so they do not develop the allergies to the legumes.
The measles outbreak that started at Disneyland has now spread to 14 states and health officials in our area are doing all they can to keep the virus contained.
With a historic blizzard pounding the Tri-State Area Monday and Tuesday, there are a number of health concerns to be on the watch for – especially for anyone shoveling snow.
A class for the “melt method” may look like your average workout class is actually much more. The class helps treat pain, insomnia and other conditions.
There is a new trend in the supplement world known as ‘superfood powders.’
A new study from Yale University found that cold temperatures really can lead to colds, but not for the reason you might think.
Having newborn babies home for their first Christmas is special for any family, but for one Brooklyn mom this will be a very special holiday.