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Possible Measles Exposure In NYNew York State health officials want to warn the public about a possible exposure to the measles after a tourist from Australia tested positive for the infection.
Health Watch: The Cardiac VestHeart rhythm abnormalities affect millions of people. Most are just unpleasant, but some can be lethal. To figure out how to fix the serious ones, doctors need an electrical map of the heart. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez says there’s now a more precise way to do that – with a vest.
Prescription For AddictionAs dozens of cities and states across the country file lawsuits against drug companies for their role in the opioid epidemic, some doctors are also getting sued. Were they responsible? CBS2's Alex Denis investigates.
Heart Emergency MisconceptionsDo you know what to do when someone has a heart attack? Do you know the difference between a heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest? As CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, a new survey found most Americans aren’t sure how to help and often confuse the symptoms.
Are Selfies Taking Over Your Life?Selfies have become a part of daily life for many Americans. But if you're taking too many, psychologists say you might have "selfitis." CBS2's Nikki Battiste reports
Peanut Allergy Sufferers To Get Relief?A promising new treatment could help children suffering from peanut allergies. CBS News' Dr. John LaPook reports

Heart Disease

Identifying A Heart Health EmergencyDo you know the difference between a heart attack, a stroke and cardiac arrest? A new survey finds most Americans often confuse symptoms and aren't sure how to help. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports
Heart Emergency MisconceptionsDo you know what to do when someone has a heart attack? Do you know the difference between a heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest? As CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, a new survey found most Americans aren’t sure how to help and often confuse the symptoms.
New Techniques Help Save Children Born With Heart DefectsWhile many of the cases would have been fatal in years past, new surgical techniques and anesthesia have made repairing the broken hearts amazingly successful.

Nutrition

Key To Living Longer Is Drinking Coffee & Booze, Study SaysIf you enjoy drinking coffee and wine, it may help you live longer according to a new study.
Study: Caffeine May Help People With Kidney DiseaseA study found that those who drank the most caffeinated drinks reduced their risk of premature death by 24 percent.
Tips On Overcoming The Urge To Heal The Autumn Blues With Comfort FoodsSome people love the fall season, but it can often be a trigger for people who struggle with comfort eating. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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Measles In Manhattan & BrooklynThe New York State health department warns seven locations, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, may have been exposed to measles earlier this month. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Update: SUV Slams Into StoreA Brooklyn storefront was boarded up Saturday afternoon after an SUV came crashing through the front window, narrowly missing an employee inside. CBS2’s Dave Carlin has the details.
25th Annual Seaside Heights Polar Bear PlungeIt was a challenging charity event on the Jersey Shore, with the water temperature in the low 40s Saturday.

Local News

25th Annual Seaside Heights Polar Bear PlungeIt was a challenging charity event on the Jersey Shore, with the water temperature in the low 40s Saturday.
Basketball Tournament Honors Michael NolanHundreds of people took part in a basketball tournament Saturday in Yonkers to honor a standout high school athlete killed in a drive-by shooting back in 2015. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Unions Hold 'Day Of Action' RalliesThousands of union members attended a Day of Action rally in Foley Square on Saturday, ahead of a pivotal Supreme Court case that starts Monday.

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Measles In Manhattan & BrooklynThe New York State health department warns seven locations, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, may have been exposed to measles earlier this month. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Update: SUV Slams Into StoreA Brooklyn storefront was boarded up Saturday afternoon after an SUV came crashing through the front window, narrowly missing an employee inside. CBS2’s Dave Carlin has the details.
Rain Not Letting UpCBS2's John Marshall with the latest weather forecast.

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