Study Finds High Cellphone Use May Lead To ADHD In TeensAttention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD is on the rise and now a new study suggests that might be due to excessive smartphone use.
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.
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.
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.
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.
African-Americans At Greater Risk For High Blood Pressure, New Research ShowsHigh blood pressure is often called a silent killer because it usually has no symptoms until it leads to a heart attack, stroke, or kidney damage.
New Law Offers Hope For New Jersey Families Having Trouble ConceivingThe legislation involves a gestational carrier, which is a woman who's carrying a baby that isn't genetically related to her.
New Glucose Monitors Taking The Pain, Unpredictability Out Of DiabetesA tiny needle that stays under a patients' skin for about a week can send constant signals about blood sugar levels.
New Research 'Hacks' Brain's 'Code' To Combat Memory LossWe can all be forgetful sometimes, but millions of Americans have lost the ability to make memories because of brain injury or illness.
Genetic Testing Could Help Find The Perfect PrescriptionIf you have ever taken a medicine that just didn't work for you, the problem may be in your genes.
Too Much Fun In The Sun? What You Need To Know To Treat Painful SunburnsMilk baths, tea bags, vinegar, the list goes on. Some of those work, but there's also one you might not have thought of.
Tips To Treat And Heal Those Summertime Cuts, Scrapes, And BruisesSummer's here, and kids are spending more time playing outdoors. All that running, climbing, and riding often means more scrapes and bruises.