With lives so completely changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, many have let healthy habits go by the wayside, but can back to the office mean back to better health? CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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Experts Offer Advice For Getting Back To Healthy Habits Changed By COVID-19 PandemicWith lives so completely changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, many have let healthy habits go by the wayside, but can back to the office mean back to better health? CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Researchers Find Connection Between Exercise Benefits For Pregnant Women, Breast MilkWe all know that exercise is good for your health, and that breast milk is good for babies' health. Now researchers have found that the benefits of exercise in moms-to-be can actually be passed along to their baby in breast milk; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Max Minute: Can Sweat Transmit The Coronavirus?How can you safely stay in shape during the coronavirus pandemic? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Huntington Promotes Town Diet To Combat 'Quarantine 15'By now, chances are you’ve heard of the "COVID 10" or "Quarantine 15." Maybe you’ve gained the pounds. To help their neighbors get healthy, a group of professionals from Huntington wants to put the whole town on a diet. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Coronavirus Cleaning: Shutdown Of NYC Subway System Begins OvernightThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to shut down overnight subway service Tuesday night for the first time in 115 years, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo says there’s no way to know when the service will return. CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Are Cyclists, Joggers Being Safe As Weather Warms Up?Sunny skies on Tuesday brought out crowds at parks and trails on Long Island, but are people safely socially distancing and is the warmer weather a cause for concern? CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus: CBS2's Kristine Johnson, Donors Pay Thanks To Valley Hospital's WorkersCBS2's Kristine Johnson has several personal connections to Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, N.J., and she's putting a spotlight on several donors helping support the medical staff risking their own lives in the fight against COVID-19 coronavirus.
Coronavirus Strain: Quarantine Has Some Relationships Feeling Like 'I Love You, Now Go Away'Most families are still cooped up and quarantined at home, and in some households, it's taking a major toll on relationships. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Coronavirus Update: More Health Care Workers Speaking Out For Personal Protective EquipmentNurses rallied outside Harlem Hospital on Monday morning demanding greater access to critical equipment including N95 masks. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
#ThanksForDelivering Trend Showing Support For Delivery Staff Amid COVID-19 Coronavirus RisksSome delivery workers have been finding, notes, cards, food and even tips left out for them from people saying 'thank you' to those risking their health to deliver everything from food, to medication, to mail. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Coronavirus Update: Medical Workers Share Look Inside The 'Medical Warzone'Both for the living and dead, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn has reached its maximum capacity in the unprecedented coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Gov. Murphy Updates On COVID-19 MeasuresGov. Phil Murphy shares an update on the latest numbers and measures in the fight against the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus & Sports: High School Athletes Get Creative To Stay In ShapeSchools across the Tri-State area are closed because of the outbreak of COVID-19 and that means that high school sports won't be played any time soon. As CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports, high school athletes are finding new and creative ways to stay fit.
Social Media Helping People Stay ConnectedCBS2's Chris Wragge and Blue Bloods actress Bridget Moynahan try the Push Through Challenge that's sweeping social media and helping people stay connected during the coronavirus shutdown.
Health Expert Offer Tips For Staying Well While Working From Home“Everybody’s going to be in sitting postures, having text neck," chiropractor Dr. Joseph D. Salamone said to CBS2's John Elliot. "These people really need to make precautions and live a healthier lifestyle while we’re in this quarantine state.”
Coronavirus Update: People Turn To Virtual, At-Home Workouts After Gyms CloseWith people forced to stay in their homes, fitness routines are interrupted -- or are they? CBS2's Alice Gainer shows us how people are getting their blood pumping.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Get Out To Enjoy Fresh Air As Many Work From HomeAre you feeling cooped up during the coronavirus pandemic? With schools closed and so many people working from home, you may need a break for fresh air; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Rochelle Students Settle In For Classes At HomeThey're calling it "distance learning," but the name alone is not the only big change in the education of the COVID-19 hot zone's children. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Coronavirus Update: Hoboken Curfew Goes Into Effect TonightA curfew imposed by the mayor goes into effect tonight that follows new restrictions on bars and restaurants. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Coronavirus Update: Baseball Hall Of Fame In Cooperstown ClosesThe National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., will close its doors as of 5 p.m. Sunday and remain closed indefinitely. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Cool Down Your WorkoutA New York fitness studio is giving hot workouts the cold shoulder. As Michael George reports, exercising in frigid temperatures could actually burn more calories.
'Intuitive Exercise' Focuses On Listening To Your BodyIf you know you should be exercising but sometimes you just don't feel like it, maybe you should try a different approach to working out -- intuitive exercise; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Stamford Trainer Posts Videos Of 73-Year-Old CrossFit ClientFor one Connecticut woman, fitness isn't a resolution, it's a lifestyle.
73-Year-Old Crossfit EnthusiastIt's the time of year when many of us are hitting the gym after the holidays, but one Connecticut woman has gotten a head start.

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