New Study Suggests Rigorous Exercise Not Necessarily Needed To Combat Effects Of Sitting For HoursThere is some surprisingly good news for couch potatoes. Specifically, it's about how much exercise you need to do to counteract the downside of a sedentary lifestyle.
Eating Cheese Won't Increase Risk Of Heart Problems, Study SaysResearchers say eating dairy products won’t increase your risk of developing heart problems later on in life.
New Protocol Could Significantly Increase Survival Rates In Cardiac Arrest CasesThere were more than half a million cases of cardiac arrest in the United States last year, killing more than 300,000 Americans. But now, a new emergency protocol that’s being tested can significantly increase survival rates.
Yo-Yo Dieting After Menopause Could Pose Heart Health Risk To Some Women, Study ClaimsAre you a 'yo-yo' dieter who loses weight, gains it back, loses it, and then gains it back all over again?
Fitbit Lawsuit Claims Fitness Bracelets Have Faulty Heart Monitoring TechFitness bracelets are the newest craze -- but how accurate are they?
Health Watch: Can Medical Devices Be Attacked By Hackers?The FDA has issued an alert warning health providers to discontinue use of some specific IV pumps due to their susceptibility to cybersecurity attacks.
Seen At 11: Viagra For Children? How Experts Say The Drug Can Save Young LivesMillions of men credit Viagra for saving their sex lives, but nearly two decades after hitting the market, Viagra is now being credited for literally saving the lives -- of children.
Hundreds Of Women 'Go Red' For Cardiovascular Health AwarenessHeart disease survivors are sharing their personal journeys with CBS2 in honor of national Go Red Day, raising awareness about growing heart risks to women across the country.
New Study Sheds Light On Low-Carb VS Low-Fat Debate When it comes to losing weight there is usually debate about whether low-carb or low-fat is the best way to go.
Study Links High Intake Of Processed Red Meats To Heart FailureAfter nearly 12 years, men who ate at least 75 grams of processed red meat every day were 28 percent more likely to develop heart failure than men who ate less than 25 grams per day.
Dr. Max Gomez: Five Numbers That Could Save Your LifeThere are five numbers that everyone should know by heart but most people probably don't.
Doctors Urge New Yorkers To Remember Heart Health In The Month Of NovemberA number of local hospitals have opted to take part in the "Don't Ignore Your Score" campaign.
Dr. Max Gomez: Flu Shots For Better Heart HealthYour flu shot may be protecting you from more than just the flu. It could also protect you against the number one killer of Americans.