Max Minute: If Kids Are Going Back To School In Fall, It's Time To Start Building Mask EnduranceEven though summer is just starting, the upcoming school year is on many parents' minds.
Max Minute: A Realistic Look At How Long It Will Take To Develop Coronavirus VaccineAs the coronavirus pandemic rages on, many are putting their hopes on a vaccine to end the health crisis.
Max Minute: World Health Organization Says Small Airborne Particles Can Infect People With COVID-19CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez examines a new statement from the World Health Organization about how small, airborne particles can infect people with coronavirus.
Max Minute: Many Patients Remain Afraid To Go To An Emergency RoomAs COVID-19 cases have thankfully gone down significantly in the Tri-State Area over the past month, hospitals have begun to return to more or less normal operations.
Max Minute: No Medical Conditions Should Prevent Mask Wearing In PublicDr. Max Gomes talked with two expert pulmonologists and learned that there are no medical conditions that should stop a person from wearing a mask in public.
Max Minute: Tri-State Flattened Curve, But COVID-19 Far From GoneThough the tri-state area has managed to flatten the curve, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says COVID-19 is not gone.
Max Minute: Dr. Daniel Varga From Hackensack Meridian Health Provides Tips To Minimize COVID-19 RiskDr. Daniel Varga, Chief Physician Executive at Hackensack Meridian Health, provides tips for dealing with COVID-19 during summer activities.
Max Minute: Steroid Dexamethasone Producing Promising Results In Certain COVID-19 PatientsScientists at the University of Oxford announced Tuesday that a low-cost steroid could significantly reduce deaths for hospitalized patients.
Max Minute: Preparing For A Different Kind Of SummerThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidelines for a variety of summertime activities but, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says the same rules still apply: wash your hands often, don't touch your face and wear a face covering.
Max Minute: Adjusting To Social Distancing And Easing Anxiety At WorkAfter millions of Americans dealt with weeks of working from home, furloughs and unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic, returning to work can come with anxiety and health concerns as restrictions begin to lift.
Max Minute: Tick Disease In New York Has Similar Symptoms To COVID-19, But Is Much Easier To TreatAs many of us get out of lockdown and into nature, there is a good reason to be careful outside.
Max Minute: Researchers Find Evidence Coronavirus Was Present In China Earlier Than Previously ThoughtCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez shares information on new research that suggests COVID-19 was present in China before it was reported.
Max Minute: New Studies Shed Light On Worrisome MIS-C Disease Impacting ChildrenSince the start of the pandemic, we have learned that the coronavirus can have a serious impact on the health of our children.
Max Minute: Mass Protesting Could Lead To Earlier Predicted Second Wave Of CoronavirusAfter a week of protests in New York City, there's growing concern about another surge of coronavirus cases.
Max Minute: Maybe COVID-19 Is Not Just A Respiratory Illness, But Also A Vascular OneIn Wednesday's edition of Max Minute, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez examines the health problems coronavirus can cause.