Epilepsy Foundation Issues Seizure Warning Over Some Scenes In 'Incredibles 2'Movie goers started posting warnings on social media when the animated movie premiered Friday.
NYC Health Department To Spray For Mosquitoes Starting TuesdayWith the weather warming up, the New York City Health Department is gearing up to go after mosquito breeding grounds. We've got the details.
New Study: Time With Friends Could Help Prevent DementiaOhio State researchers studied groups of mice, some in groups of two and some with a few roommates and plenty of social interaction.
Breakthrough Drug Offers Multiple Sclerosis Patients A Second ChanceMore people are being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis these days than in the past. While researchers don’t know exactly why, they do know the disease can have devastating effects.
Beyond Death, Opioid Victim Inspires Brother To Spread Awareness Across AmericaFollowing his sister's overdose death, Brett Bramble is walking across the country to educate and lend support to those still struggling.
Over 200 Common Drugs May Cause Depression, Report WarnsHealth professionals are issuing a disturbing warning about common medications after finding that hundreds of drugs are putting people at risk of developing depression.
Easy-To-Use 'Diet Shot' Could Be The Key For Patients Struggling With Weight LossThere may finally be a breakthrough for the millions of people who have struggled with weight loss.
Doctors Warn Nearsightedness On The Rise In ChildrenIt can lead to serious vision loss, but as CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, it may be possible to slow the problem with eye drops.
DNA Test Unites Daughter, Father 46 Years After AdoptionMany people send in DNA samples to learn about their ancestry, but some are actually learning about relatives they never even knew existed.
'Liquid Biopsy' Could Detect Cancer-Causing DNA Years Before Symptoms Show, Study FindsIt's been called the "Holy Grail" of cancer detection research.
New Balance Test Offers Hope For Parkinson's PatientsThe contraption makes it look like the patient is getting ready to go skydiving or perhaps bungee jumping, but it's actually part of a study to prevent potentially serious falls.
Women With Early Stage Breast Cancer Can Skip Chemo, Study SaysA groundbreaking study has concluded that most women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer can avoid going through chemotherapy.