Coronavirus Update: First U.S. Patient Tests Positive Without Traveling AbroadThis comes as the CDC urges the public to prepare for the "inevitable" spread of the coronavirus within the country.
Coming To Work Sick No Act Of Heroics For Your Co-WorkersA survey from Accountemps found 90% of professional employees admit they sometimes go to the office sick.
Vaping Facts Versus Fiction: Nicotine, THC And The New Mystery IllnessThough there are varying conclusions in health research findings on tobacco and marijuana, the range strikes some as jarring after generations of Americans being told smoking endangers their health.
New York Issues Stricter Rules On Vaccine Medical ExemptionsThe new regulations aim to keep people from obtaining medical exemptions for non-medical reasons.
CDC Now Releasing Flu Infection Numbers In Real-TimeAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reported, we're not even into the peak of the flu season and millions of people have already come down with the virus.
CDC Issues New Concussion Guidelines As Kids Head Back To SchoolKids are back to school and that means young athletes are back on the field again. And while fall sports are a good time, they do come with a risk.
CDC Issues Warning On Bug-Borne Diseases In Wake Of New ReportWeather brings people outside to enjoy it. It also brings bugs, bug bites, and an increased risk of being infected with one of the diseases they can carry.
This Flu Season Could Be Much Worse Than Others, Health Officials WarnThe Centers for Disease Control says confirmed cases are at just over 7,000. That's more than double what they were at this time last year.
Ticks Pose Risk For Lyme Disease Even As Weather Cools, Experts SayJust because the calendar says September doesn't mean you can stop worrying about ticks.
Experts: It’s Crucial To Talk To Kids About Bullying Before They Head Off To CampAs you pack and plan for the perfect summer, there's a conversation you may want to have about bullying.
Deadly Superbug Fungus Hits Tri-State Hospitals, CDC SaysIt's an infection that can easily be misidentified and become fatal, and now health officials are on high alert.