Homemade Sports Drinks Offer Cheaper, Healthier Way To Replenish ElectrolytesPlain water works just fine, but there are some electrolytes in sweat that only sports drinks will restore.
Teen Dies Of Nut Allergy After Mistakenly Eating Chips Ahoy CookieA couple in Florida is warning other parents about food packaging labels after their teenage daughter died from eating a cookie.
Parents Getting Teens To Diet Doing More Harm Than Good, Study SaysA new study finds that parents putting their children on a diet could lead to struggles with their weight as adults.
Relax, You Are About To Get A Snake MassageSome cultures revere the serpents while others simply keep them as pets. Now, you can even get a snake massage.
Dirty Dish Towels Can Increase Risk For Food PoisoningA new study showed about half of kitchen towels contained bacterial growth such as E. coli and staph.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay Nearly $4.7 Billion In Baby Powder LawsuitMore than 20 women and their families claimed asbestos in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer.
CDC: 'Do Not Eat This Cereal'The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak.
'Sweatlag:' New Workout To Beat Your Jet LagIt's a new workout offered at Equinox in conjunction with Delta Airlines. Check out these tips to try it at home.
3 More People Diagnosed With Legionnaires' Disease In Upper ManhattanThe New York City Health Department confirmed Wednesday it was investigating a community cluster of the disease in parts of Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights.
New Technology Making Breast Reconstruction Safer For Cancer SurvivorsAs CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, it’s a high-tech, high-def, 3D video microscope.
Health Department Probes Community Cluster Of Legionnaires' Disease In Upper ManhattanThe department says eight people throughout Washington Heights and Hamilton Heights have been diagnosed with the disease in the past week.
Parents Fear Voice-Activated Devices May Do More Harm Than Good For KidsThe devices are popping up in more and more homes, and it's not just parents using Alexa or Siri.