Dr. Max Gomez
You might suffer from sleep apnea, and a physicians’ group has advised doctors to check for the condition in a procedure that could save lives.
Implantable electronic pacemakers are some of the most common heart procedures done every year. But what if doctors could turn your own cells into pacemakers?
At Clove Lake Park on Staten Island, poison ivy is so high that it’s at eye level with joggers, making it easy to brush up against.
CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez recently underwent surgery to relieve severe neck pain from which you may suffer as well.
Many people are familiar with probiotics, the healthy bacteria that have been linked to a healthy digestive tract.
While powerful acid blockers may help your heartburn, they could come with dangerous complications from broken bones to heart problems.
Researchers found that after six weeks, injections that combined both epidural steroids and the anesthetic lidocaine were no more effective than lidocaine alone. Even the effects of lidocaine did not last long.
A medical group has made a controversial recommendation regarding women’s health, claiming that the long-held practice of the annual pelvic exam may do more harm than good.
Everyone knows you need to apply sunscreen early and often when you go out in the sun, but did you know alcohol, Aspirin, and yogurt can all affect your risk for skin cancer?
Many doctors still believe that screening and vitamin D supplements are important for good health.
New research finds sun rays act like an addictive drug and have a similar effect on the body as heroin.
As the temperature rises, kids are getting out of school and heading outdoors to play, catch some sun, and share some time with our six-legged friends.
Some flash cameras cause pupils to close down to minimize red-eye, so parents should also be on the look out for a white or yellowish color.
A new study is trying to find out if rampant cellphone use is damaging the developing brains of children.
Some animal studies have linked cell phone wireless radiation to neurological and behavioral problems in baby rats and mice.