Blueberries Could Help Fight Cervical Cancer, Study SaysBlueberries are widely recommended as part of a heart-healthy diet, but did you know they can also play a role in fighting cervical cancer?
One's Gait Could Be An Important Indicator Of Future Health Problems, Study ShowsAnalyzing how people walk, known as their "gait," can predict brain problems years before other signs.
Dr. Max Gomez Answers Your Flu QuestionsWhile the flu season is peaking, it will be weeks before it slows down. Dr. Max Gomez is here to answer your questions.
Strong Sneeze Can Spread Flu Germs Farther Than Previously Thought, Experts SayCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez looks into just how far a solid sneeze can travel, and where those virus-laden droplets go.
Visor Helps Quickly Diagnose StrokesThe Cerebrotech Visor transmits low-power radio waves through the brain looking for differences in fluid volume between the brain's hemispheres. It takes just 30 seconds to analyze the information.
Health And Technology Collide At CESThe International Consumer Electronics Show that's wrapping up in Las Vegas is a massive display of robots, cars, toys, TVs and gadgets that can make any technonerd swoon.
Hair-Sized Stent Offers Hope For Patients Suffering From GlaucomaCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reported, the device is for patients who aren't helped by eye drops or surgery.
Seen At 11: Oral Treatment Could Be A Game-Changer For Women Suffering From Uterine FibroidsWith seventy percent of women in the U.S. suffering from uterine fibroids, the pain and discomfort they cause is one of the most universal health experiences.
Bariatric Surgery Reduces Long Term Health Risks Of Severe Obesity In Teens, Study ShowsIt's estimated that as many as six million children in the United States are severely obese, but should teens resort to surgery to lose weight?
Strengthening Your Deep Core Is Key To Combating Low Back Pain, Researchers SayIf you’re like the millions of people with back pain, you’ve probably heard that you should do more core muscle exercises. But new research shows having six-pack abs might not be the answer.
Watch Out For Weather-Related Injuries Amid Cold, Snowy ConditionsAs temperatures drop Thursday night, frostbite will be a risk. But as CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported, there are other weather-related injuries that can be life-threatening.
Telepsychiatry Allows For Remote Digital Connection Between Psychiatrists, PatientsFaceTime and Skype allow people to see the person they’re talking to over the phone, and as a technology, it has much greater potential.

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