Surprising Link Between Breast Cancer And ChildbirthCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new study linking higher risks of breast cancer to women who have giving birth.
New Study Urges Longer Gaps Between PregnanciesSo you've had a baby and can't wait to have another one. According to at least one study, you may need to wait at least a year. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Same-Sex Couple Mother One Child In Both BodiesA North Texas same-sex couple both wanted to carry their baby and through a special type of in vitro fertilization they were able to. Ashleigh and Bliss Coulter call 5-month-old Stetson their miracle baby. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Breastfeeding Could Lower Women's Risk Of Breast CancerWe've known for years that breastfeeding is good for babies, but doctors are working to make sure moms also know it's good for them. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
No-Needle IVF Showing PromiseIn vitro fertilization has proven to be successful for many, but it comes with its own set of anxiety in the form of expensive injections. Now, a new, no-needle IVF treatment is showing promise.
New Way To Test Breast Cancer DrugsThe idea is to dramatically shorten the long and expensive process of finding effective treatments for the disease. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Komen Connections: Patient Navigators Help With Daunting Decisions In Cancer DiagnosesThey don't prescribe medicine or do surgery, but they can make a difference for women with breast cancer.
Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
New Treatments In The Works For Advance Breast Cancer PatientsThe new approaches are offering hope for 150,000 American women suffering from an advanced stage of the disease. Dr. Max Gomez has more.
FDA Approves First Birth Control App"Natural Cycles" says women can use the app to track the days they're fertile based on body temperature readings and the timing of their menstrual cycles.
Carrie Underwood Announces She's Pregnant Days After Controversial RemarksThe country superstar announced Wednesday she's expecting her second child.
New Way To Reduce Likelihood Of A C-SectionThere's some good news for expectant moms.
'The Pill Club' Offers Birth Control On DemandA new app lets women order birth control and have it delivered to them without seeing a doctor. CBS2's Clark Fouraker reports.
Mother, Son Lucky To Be AliveThis is going to be a very special Mother’s Day for one family in Newburgh. Mom nearly died while she was pregnant, and the technology that saved her life meant she likely would lose the baby. Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Health Watch: Threading Away WrinklesIf you're worried about wrinkles, there's a new cosmetic procedure you may want to look into. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez explains
Promising Fibroid ProcedureThere's a new technique designed to make a common procedure for women far less painful. It's actually an improvement on a procedure that's been around for years to shrink fibroids. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports
Regulators Approve First-Of-Its-Kind Breast Cancer Gene TestCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more on what the test can, and can not, tell you.
Double Mastectomy And Breast Reconstruction Performed Using A RobotIt was a medical first for the United States, and it happened right on Long Island. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Medical Condition Prevents Post-Pregnancy Belly Bulge From Going AwayCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more.
Study Finds No Link Between Hormonal Birth Control And DepressionThere was good news Monday for women concerned about side effects from certain types of birth control. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Task Force Says Most Women Don't Benefit From Screening For Ovarian CancerNormally, screening and early detection means improved survival, but screening tests for ovarian cancer aren't very specific and that leads to a lot of false positives. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New Device Improves Dense Breast MammogramsThe Automated Breast Ultrasound technology is giving doctors a better look as dense tissue. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Oral Treatment Could Be A Game-Changer For Women Suffering From Uterine Fibroids70 percent of women in the United States suffer from uterine fibroids. The pain and discomfort they cause is one of the most universal health experiences. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez explores a new treatment option doctors may soon be prescribing.
How Lack Of Sleep Makes You Fat (And What You Can Do About It)CBS2's Elle McLogan discovered what sleep deprivation is doing to our bodies, and how we can repay our sleep debt.

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