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.
Brains Work Differently To Play Classical, Jazz MusicNeuroscientists see different brain patterns in jazz and classical pianists' brains, even when performing the same piece.
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.
Google Blocking Addiction Center Ads Amid Dubious ReferralsGoogle is temporarily halting advertisements for addiction and rehabilitation centers following reports that the search giant was connecting people seeking drug addiction treatment with dubious referral services.
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.
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.
Regular Exercise Can Take Away 'Years Of Damage' From Laziness And Doing Nothing, Study SaysA new study has revealed that the statement 'it's never too late to get in shape' actually does hold water after all.
Smelling Your Partner's Clothes Can Decrease Stress Level, Study SaysIf you find that the pressures of everyday life are mounting and your partner's not around to comfort you, rifling through their clothes and taking a whiff might be just what you need to help you relax.
Recognizing The Signs & Symptoms Of Seasonal DepressionSeasonal depression affects nearly five percent of the United States annually.
Eating Clean & Healthy To Start The New Year RightTo make things a bit easier, nutritionist Amy Ruth Finegold stopped by to chat about what it really means to eat right.
Fitness Trackers Are Terrible At Measuring Calories Burned, Study SaysResearchers say that while the devices were very accurate at measuring a person's heart rate while working out, the models Stanford tested were off by as much as a shocking 93 percent when measuring calories burned.
Scientists Say 'Amazing' Breakthrough May Help Cure Breast CancerScientists say they have discovered an "absolutely amazing" new treatment which may cure the most resistant forms of cancer.