Free Narcan In New JerseyPharmacies across New Jersey will give out free naloxone, the overdose reversal drug, on Tuesday.
Kids Likely To Gain Weight Over The Summer, Study FindsA new study conducted by the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, finds children are more likely to gain weight during the summer months; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
New Vaccine Turns On Immune System To Kill Cancer CellsThere's an exciting development in cancer vaccines. The vaccines aren't meant to prevent cancer, but instead turn on the immune system to kill cancer that's already there; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Free Classes For NYC Dance WeekNYC Dance Week is in full swing, and Ailey Extension is celebrating by offering dozens of free classes for new students.
Author Steve McClatchy Offers Advice On Fighting Job BurnoutWe all know work can be stressful no matter what you do for a living, but at what point does it become a much bigger problem? Steve McClatchy, author of the New York Times bestseller "Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress, And Lead By Example," stopped by CBS2 to talk more burnout.
Stroke In Eye Could Cause Blindness For Sleep Apnea PatientsSleep apnea can put you at risk for many health problems, including blindness; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Measles Outbreak: Yeshiva Torah V’Yirah Remains Closed For Allowing Unvaccinated Children, Staff On SiteGrandparents and parents at Yeshiva Torah V’Yirah in Williamsburg were surprised to learn the school shut down and remained closed Friday; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
New York Man Dies From Rare Disease Spread By TicksOfficials say a Sussex County man who died in mid-May was confirmed to have the rare Powassan virus spread by the bite of an infected tick. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Officials: NJ Man Who Died In May Had Rare Virus Spread By Tick BiteOfficials say a Sussex County man who died in mid-May was confirmed to have Powassan virus, a rare illness spread by the bite of an infected tick.
New Freezing Technique Can Ease Symptoms Of Chronic RhinitisDo you suffer with a chronic itchy, stuffy, runny nose that you just can't get rid of, even with medications? There may be relief for you with a new office procedure that involves freezing the nose; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
5 Tips To Help City Dwellers Combat Summer AllergiesCBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock spoke to eco-designer and author Robin Wilson to get some tips to help you stifle the seasonal suffering.
Possible Measles Exposure In Union CountyNew Jersey health officials are warning of a possible measles exposure in Union County.
Equine Therapy Used To Help VeteransCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new therapy using horses to help veterans dealing with PTSD.
Kate Spade Foundation Donates To Mental Health CauseA year after her death, the foundation named after later designer Kate Spade is donating $1 million to support mental health services.
Rockland County Mandates Vaccinations For Summer CampRockland County authorities are mandating that all children and staff have measles vaccinations before going to summer camp.
Laundry Pods Still A Danger For Kids, People With DementiaCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the dangers of laundry pods, especially in the hands of children and people with dementia.
Quest Diagnostics Data BreachCBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest on the possible data breach affecting millions of patients who used Quest Diagnostics.
Saving Young Adults From Sudden Cardiac ArrestCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the dangers of sudden cardiac arrest and what can be done to prevent it in younger patients.
New Device For Treating EpilepsyCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new device being used to treat patients with epilepsy.
Measles Outbreak Nears 1,000 CasesThe CDC reports that the number of measles cases across the country is nearing 1,000. Most of those cases are in the New York area.
Energy Drink Risks You Need To KnowA new study on energy drinks finds they can raise blood pressure and cause heart problems.
Woman Saved By First Responders At Softball GameA New Jersey woman was saved by a pair of first responders at a local softball game when she stopped breathing.
Measles Outbreak: Summer Camps Demanding Vaccinations, Summer Travel To Be Impacted By 'Do Not Board' ListsOfficials say people who may spread measles can be placed on a "do not board" list that will prevent them from flying, and summer camps are insisting that campers and staff be properly vaccinated. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Historic Opioid Trial Underway In OklahomaThe nation's first state trial against a drug-making company that critics blame for contributing to the nation's opioid crisis opened Tuesday in Oklahoma. CBS2's Maurice Dubois reports

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