Research Reveals Genes Linked To Eating DisordersNew research has found there are certain genes that make a person more likely to develop a serious eating disorder such as anorexia. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New Jersey Doctor Shortage Prompts New BillLawmakers are seeking to remove the cap on residency program slots. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Alzheimer's Conference: Just A Few Lifestyle Tips Enough To Lower Dementia Risk By 60%It's estimated that 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease and the numbers are growing. New research shows there may be some things you can do to lower your risk of developing the disease. CBS2'S Joy Benedict reports.
Legionnaires' Disease In ManhattanHealth officials are investigating two cases of legionnaires' disease in Manhattan.
Lawsuit Claims Clinic Impregnated NY Woman With Wrong EmbryoA New York couple claim a fertility clinic knew about a mix-up and tried to conceal the error. CBS2's Meg Oliver reports.
Eye Drops, Ointments Sold At Walmart And Walgreens RecalledA recall has been issued for eye drops and ointments over fears the products may not be sterile.
Child Has Anaphylactic Reaction To Paint With Dairy-Based IngredientsCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has a warning for parents of children with severe food allergies -- sometimes exposure can come from the most unexpected places.
Woman Dies From Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Fall In MexicoThe family of a Florida woman who died after being infected by a flesh-eating bacteria at a beach is alerting others to the warning signs. CBS2's Jericka Duncan reports.
NYC Becomes First US City To Turn Down Federal Funds For Family Planning, Preventative Health ServicesNew York becomes the first city in the nation to turn down federal funds for family planning and preventative health services; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer explains.
Researchers Learning More About Superbug Fungus Candida AurisFederal health officials are keeping a close eye on a new superbug reported in some New York and New Jersey hospitals and health facilities; Hilary Lane reports for CBS2.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, NY Health Officials On Reproductive HealthMayor Bill de Blasio and New York health officials announced Friday that the city's public health system would no longer participate in the federal Title X program.
Researchers Learning More About Superbug Fungus Candida AurisFederal health officials are keeping a close eye on a new superbug reported in some New York and New Jersey hospitals and health facilities; Hilary Lane reports for CBSN New York.
Waking Up Early Could Lower Women's Risk For Breast CancerA study out of the U.K. found that "night owls" have a higher risk of breast cancer than "morning people." CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Thompson Chemists: A Pharmacy Where 'Mama J' And 'The Medicine Man' Prescribe Music, Magic, And Community"This type of store, you can't cookie-cut this," Gary "The Medicine Man" Alony told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Eczema Treatment Helping Some Alopecia Sufferers Regrow HairA drug used for treating eczema is helping some women who suffer from alopecia regrow their hair; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Research Shows Possible Link Between Coffee, Weight LossDrinking a cup of Joe could help you burn calories and lose weight; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Rockland County Renews State Of Emergency Over Measles OutbreakRockland County is renewing its local state of emergency as it tries to contain the disease.
Long Beach Ends Boil Order Over E. Coli In Drinking WaterAfter a water samples tested positive for e. coli, officials had been ordering residents to boil water before using it, but as of Monday the risk has passed and the order is lifted. CBSN New York Alex Denis reports.
'Toddlers Who Care' Event Raises Awareness Around Rare Birth DefectA Long Island couple whose baby was born with a very rare birth defect is working to help others recognize the signs and avoid some of the suffering they went through. WLYN's Marc Liverman reports.
New Study Says ‘Tech-Neck’ Is Causing Bone Spurs At Base Of SkullCould your smartphone be causing you or your children to grow horns? CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
E. Coli Discovered In Long Beach Water SupplyE. coli has been discovered in the water in Long Beach; CBS2’s Tara Jakeway reports.
Boil Order Issued In City Of Long BeachTests detected strains of E. coli bacteria in the Long Beach water supply.
Outpatient Surgery Possible For Total Knee ReplacementTotal knee replacement can now be done as outpatient surgery; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Measles Outbreak: Potential Exposure Reported At Newark Liberty International AirportThe New Jersey Department of Health has reported another potential measles exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport.

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