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Study: E-Cigs May Be Harmful To The HeartA new study suggests that it's too early to say e-cigarettes and vaping are a safer alternative to smoking. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports
New Mobile Stroke Unit Already Saving Lives On Long IslandA mobile stroke unit on Long Island was last month hailed as a game changer, and it’s already saving lives. It has the ability to diagnose and even treat a stroke in progress. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Woman Meets Transplant Recipient Of Late Husband's HeartOn Monday, Megan Erickson met 66-year-old Robert Pascarelli, a retired police officer from Connecticut who received Erickson's late husband John's heart. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Preschool Program May Offer Longterm Heart Health BenefitA new study has found the best way to stop the nation's number one killer, heart disease. Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Lab Creates 3D-Printed Heart, Sign Of Future For Organ TransplantsIsraeli researchers have 3D-printed a heart, complete with muscle and blood vessels. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Mick Jagger To Have Heart Surgery In NYCAccording to Rolling Stone magazine, the band's lead singer will have a heart valve replacement. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Specialized Mobile Emergency Units For Stroke Victims Rolls Out In Suffolk CountyStony Brook Medicine is rolling out new mobile emergency units to treat people who are having a stroke. The new state of the art technology could help save thousands of lives in Suffolk County. CBS2’s Reena Roy reports.
How To Recognize Heart Disease RisksCardiologist Robert Segal sits down to discuss heart disease and how people can monitor their heart health.
Go Red Day Raising Awareness On Cardiovascular Disease In WomenHeart disease is the number one killer in women and disease rates in younger women are increasing. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Great News For Couch Potatoes!Specifically, it's about just how much exercise you need to do to counteract the downside of a sedentary lifestyle. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Too Little Or Too Much Sleep Can Affect The HeartCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a sleep study on how too much or too little rest can affect the heart.
Rockland Teen Thankful For Her New HeartA Rockland County teen is giving thanks after receiving a new heart. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
Tiny Heart Clip Can Repair Leaky ValvesAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, the clip is a game changer for heart failure patients.
Update: Medication Side Effect Causes Health ScareDoctors tell the Queens woman if she would have waited five more minutes to get her mom medical help she wouldn’t be with us today. CBS2's John Dias has the web exclusive story.
Medication Side Effect Causes Health ScareDoctors tell the Queens woman if she would have waited five more minutes to get her mom medical help she wouldn’t be with us today. CBS2's John Dias has the web exclusive story.
New Super Fish Oil Drug May Cut Heart Disease RiskA new medication using fish oil may cut the risks of heart disease and stroke, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Playing Golf Could Help You Live LongerExperts reviewed more than 300 studies on golfing and found that playing at least two and a half hours a week minimizes the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Big Scare Has Mom Urging All Parents To Learn CPRA New Jersey mother's 3-year-old son went into cardiac arrest while playing with his twin brother. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Full-Fat Milk May Be Good For Your Heart, Research ShowsResearchers say three eight ounce servings could be a healthy addition to your diet.
What You Should Eat To Prevent Heart DiseaseAre you doing more harm than good to your heart? Dr. Max Gomez with surprising new information on foods to eat and the foods to avoid.

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