Surgical Gown Recall Leads To Nationwide Shortage, Causing Surgeries To Be PostponedCardinal Health told customers to stop using the gowns because it can't guarantee they are sterile.
Research Shows The Average Body Temperature Has Dropped Below 98.6 DegreesThat number instilled in our brains was based on findings from a German physician in 1868.
Doctor: 'It Would Not Be Unexpected' To See Coronavirus In NYCSymptom checks of passengers coming into the country from Wuhan started Friday at JFK and airports in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Can You Find Your Name-Brand Headache Medicine Anymore? Pharmacists Offer Options To Get ByThe manufacturers of the popular pain killer Excedrin are reporting a production mishap that's causing a temporary shortage.
Northwell Health Deploying 'Black Boxes' In Operating RoomsThey have them for trains, planes and automobiles, and now black box technology is coming to a hospital near you: Overhead while you are under the knife. 
It's Not Just You: 'Blue Monday' Said To Be Most Depressing Day Of The YearIf you've been walking around on this bone chilling winter day, feeling extra down, some might chalk it up to Blue Monday.
'I Feel Extraordinary': Doctors Take Kids With Special Needs SkiingA group of doctors and professionals are helping kids from our area see there's no mountain too high to take on. 
Airline Passengers Arriving At JFK From Central China Being Screened Due To Virus OutbreakPassengers are being screened for symptoms at three U.S. airports: JFK, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Flu Deaths Down From Previous Seasons, But Serious Risks Still RemainThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says overall flu activity has declined over the last few weeks, but still remains high.
New Research Examines Whether Dancing Can Improve Brain Health In Older AdultsThe study participants say they're eager to see if dancing can help their brain health, because it's a worry for many of them. 
NYC School Working On Improving Chances Of Adults With Autism Finding Full-Time EmploymentThe number of people with autism is reaching record numbers. Experts say over the next decade half a million will enter adulthood, and face a number of issues, including finding a job.