More Cold & Flu

CDC Says Deadly Flu Season Getting WorseThe Center for Disease Control says this year's influenza season is one of the worst on record, and is getting worse. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
Expert Tips On Avoiding The FluJust this week, a Connecticut boy died from the flu. Twenty six states are reporting high flu activity. So how do you avoid getting sick? Mary Calvi reports.
Tri-State Parents On High Alert After Flu Claims Life Of Connecticut BoyThe Centers for Disease Control says the flu is at an epidemic level, and doctors offices in the area have been slammed this season. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Tips For Avoiding The Dreaded FluDoctors have released a "do-not-touch" list of everyday items that could be carrying the virus. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Dr. Max Answers Your Flu QuestionsCBS2's viewers have been submitting questions about the flu on Facebook and Twitter, and Dr. Max Gomez is here to answer them.
Update: Tips On Avoiding The Flu At WorkStaying away from sick coworkers may seem obvious, but what are you doing about things they touch? CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.

Health & Fitness

New Device Reduces Sleep Apnea In Two-Thirds Of Patients Using It, Study ShowsThere's a new treatment for patients who suffer from sleep apnea, a serious condition that causes people to stop breathing while asleep. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
One's Diet As A Baby Could Determine Future Brain Function, Experts SayWhat children eat in their first few years of life can have long term impact on their brains. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Football Frenzy May Lead To Health ProblemsHeart attacks during major sporting events with high-stakes match-up can lead some people to the hospital. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.

WCBSTV

Temps Drop By Week's EndCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has the latest forecast.
Nassau Surgeon Accused Of Choking NursePolice say Venkatesh Sasthakonar approached the nurse from behind and wrapped an elastic cord around her neck.
Gov. Phil Murphy Orders Review Of NJ's Medical Marijuana ProgramThe family of a little boy who passed away after a long battle with cancer travelled from Howell to Trenton to watch the governor sign the executive order Tuesday. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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