Dr. Max Gomez
“In terms of keeping it secret, it’s nobody else’s business,” Christie said. “If asked about it, I wouldn’t have lied about it. But it’s nobody else’s business but mine.”
Conventional wisdom has long been to clean a pacifier that falls on the floor with soap and water before giving it back. But CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez said that’s not necessarily the best plan.
In an Eye On Broadway, CBS 2′s Dana Tyler took a look at “Kinky Boots,” which leads the Tony Awards nominations with 13 nods.
Dozens of people remain hospitalized following Monday afternoon’s twin bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Many of those injured suffered traumatic injuries to their lower extremities.
The injuries suffered in the Boston Marathon bombings were severe and extensive, with one doctor comparing them to casualties seen in war.
CBS 2′s Dana Tyler sat down with actress Rita Moreno to discuss her memoir, and spoke with CBS 2′s own Dr Max Gomez about his new book
That tattoo you got years ago might have seemed like a great idea at the time, but if you are like a growing number of people, you probably wish it would disappear today.
Could a simple, completely non-invasive test predict your risk for a heart attack just by measuring your finger?
The Food and Drug Administration has issued an important warning about one of the most popular antibiotics.
This week Eye On New York looks at Mayor Bloomberg’s newest public health initiative, the only museum of mathematics in the northern hemisphere, and a major development in the fight against AIDS.
Sometimes it seems like there’s a nail salon on every corner. Manicures and pedicures are a quick way to pamper yourself and put your best hand or foot forward.
Dr. Max said when he met him, he was warm, with a “serene air about him” and “very soft-spoken,” while beginning to show signs of the physical decline that led, ultimately, to his resignation.
Most winter-time myths have to do with the common cold, like “starve a cold, feed a fever.”
Whether or not the cold temperatures are actually dangerous depends on a number of things — how long you’re outside, how you’re dressed, any exposed skin and the temperature itself.
A report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration said ER visits doubled in the last four years from about 10,000 to more than 20,000.