Study: Aspirin's Role In Treating Heart Attacks, Strokes May Be Harmful To Some PatientsFor years, we've been told aspirin is a good way to prevent heart attacks and strokes, but a new study shows the medication may be harmful for some people.
Health Department Evaluating NYCHA Apartment Building After Legionnaires' CasesTenants can still use and drink the water, but residents with a higher risk for getting the disease are urged to take precautions.
NYC Heat Wave: Doctors Warn Everyone To Be On Alert For Heat ExhaustionDoctors are warning people to take precautions in these sweltering conditions.
Doctor Shares Life-Saving Tips On Surviving The Dangerous HeatDr. Ernest Patti of St. Barnabas Hospital Emergency Department joined CBSN New York to share life-saving tips about beating the heat.
Scientists Find Eating Disorders Are Triggered By Your Genes, Not Your ChoicesBerghofer Research Institute says they can identify people at risk of anorexia – by looking at their DNA. Examining almost 17,000 people worldwide with the illness, and 55,000 without, eight genes were identified.
Caring For Skin May Be Key To Stopping Food AllergiesNew research says soaking and moisturizing could help prevent everything from asthma to food allergies.
New York State Raises Smoking Age From 18 To 21The change takes effect in 120 days, on Nov. 13, and will apply to the sales of traditional tobacco products as well as electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
Support Grows For Bill Proposing Allergy-Friendly Restaurants In Nassau CountyA new bill is proposing food establishments better train employees on how to handle food safely.
Study: 4 Or 5 Healthy Lifestyle Practices May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer's, Other DementiasWith 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer's, anything that can be done do to ease that huge healthcare burden is important. That number is expected to grow to 14 million by 2050.
How To Protect Your Skin From The Sun This SummerIt's natural to want to get out and enjoy the warm weather during the summer, but you should take steps to protect your skin from the sun and other seasonal dangers.
Study Shows Boredom Could Lead To Better CreativityAccording to multiple new studies, daydreaming with nothing to do exercises imaginations and sparks creativity.
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Hosts Cystic Fibrosis Event In NYCCBS2's Lonnie Quinn hosted the 'Toast to Tomorrows' cystic fibrosis fundraiser in New York City's Bowery Hotel.
Study Suggests Fruit Juice Has The Same Potential To Cause Cancer As Sugary Drinks Like SodaA new study finds people who consume a lot of sugary drinks like lemonade and energy drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer.
2 Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Discovered In Manhattan BuildingThe city’s health department reports two people who live at 400 West 43rd Street - known as Manhattan Plaza - have recently been diagnosed with the illness
Better Options To Fight Debilitating Migraines On The WayResearchers are testing a new class of drugs that are offering new hope to those fighting migraines.