New Robotic Treatment Offers Potential Cure For Chronic CoughsLess invasive robotic surgery now offers a cure for intractable chronic cough.
New Medical Procedure Uses Patient's Blood Cells To Restore GumsOne of the leading causes of tooth loss in adults is receding gums, and millions of Americans suffer from the condition.
Regrowing Cartilage Could Be The Answer For People Suffering From Osteoarthritis In KneesResearchers have found a way to regrow cartilage in the knee and perhaps even prevent knee-replacement surgery.
Dr. Max Gomez: Once-Conjoined Twins Leave Dallas Hospital After 9 Month StayAfter spending their entire lives in the intensive care unit Emmett and Owen Ezell finally left the hospital and headed to a nearby rehabilitation center.
Cholesterol Drug Guidelines Stir DebateLast week, the nation's top heart organizations released new guidelines about who should receive the drugs and a new online calculator.
Study: Naps May Help Children's Ability To LearnA midday snooze may improve a child's learning skills, CBS 2's Dr. Max Gomez reported.
Doctors: Valerie Harper's Brain Cancer Close To RemissionGiven just three months to live after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in March, actress Valerie Harper may be close to remission, doctors say.
Study: Sugar Found To Be Toxic In MiceResearchers found that when mice ate a diet of 25 percent extra sugar females died at twice the normal rate.
Eye On New York: 'Golden Boy', The Battle Of The Bulge, And Congressman Peter KingCBS 2's Dr Max Gomez takes a look at how men and women can win the battle of the bulge, and CBS 2's Marcia Kramer speaks with Congressman Peter King of Long Island, all in this edition of Eye On New York.
Eye On New York: On HealthIn this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2's Dr. Max Gomez reports on a peculiar brain disease that affects a person's emotions and a groundbreaking treatment that could help alleviate the disease's effects.
Eye On New York: On High Blood PressureIn this Eye on New York, CBS 2's Dr. Max Gomez and Dana Tyler examine high blood pressure and how to control it—both on your own and with the help of the City Parks Foundations.