American Heart Month: Understanding The Link Between Heart Disease And Cancer TreatmentSome people may not be aware of the link between heart disease and cancer treatment. As Dr. Max Gomez reported Monday, sometimes life-saving treatments can also damage the heart.
FDA Approves Palforzia, First-Of-Its-Kind Peanut Allergy ImmunotherapyAbout one million children in the U.S. live with peanut allergies. For some families, it's a never-ending worry. Now there's hope to lessen that stress.
Heart Health Month: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, has important advice how to take care of your heart.
Women's Heart Health Week: Kristine Johnson On Her Sister's Life-Threatening ExperienceYou love them with all your heart, but how often do you think about their actual hearts? CBS2's Kristine Johnson reminds us of being mindful of ourselves and others after a close-to-home story of her own.
Travelers Landing At NYC-Area Airports Concerned About Coronavirus UncertaintyThe corona virus outbreak remains a big concern for travelers landing back in our area.
Officials Await Test Results Of 3 Possible Coronavirus Patients In New York CityThe streets seemed lively in Chinatown on Sunday. But in reality, the community is already battling the effects of the coronavirus, even though the disease hasn't officially arrived.
Tips For Parents Talking To Children About Grief After Death Of Kobe Bryant, His Daughter And 7 OthersDr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, a pediatric mental health expert and psychologist, has some tips on how to talk to children about grief and tragedies.
People Urged To 'Go Red For Women' On Feb. 7 To Raise Awareness Of Heart Disease In WomenAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
Coronavirus Update: New York City Reports First Possible Local CaseAccording to health officials, testing to determine if the individual does in fact have coronavirus will take a minimum of 36-48 hours and depends on CDC testing capacity.
Coronavirus Update: Non-Citizens Coming From China Shut Out From U.S. After Sunday, Americans Face QuarantineUnder the public health emergency, anyone who's not a U.S. citizen will not be allowed into the country if they could potentially pass on the virus here.
FDA Approves Peanut Allergy Treatment For ChildrenIt's not a cure, but doctors say it could be a game-changer.
U.S. Declares Coronavirus A Public Health EmergencyHealth and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar declared the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency in the U.S. on Friday.
Long Island School Districts Teaming Up With Northwell Health For Teens' Mental HealthSchool shootings and teen suicides are often the result of mental health needs gone unmet, but a new pediatric mental health clinic partnered with Long Island school districts to address the crisis.
First Human-To-Human Transmission Of Coronavirus In U.S. Documented In IllinoisThe first human-to-human transmission of coronavirus in the United States has been documented in Illinois.
Americans Evacuated From City At Center Of Coronavirus Outbreak Land In CaliforniaThe plane was carrying diplomats from the U.S. Consulate in Wuhan and other U.S. citizens. All the evacuees cleared initial health checks in China and then during a refueling stop in Alaska.