Broadway actress Marin Mazzie died from ovarian cancer nearly one year ago, and now her husband, Broadway actor Jason Danieley, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate Mazzie and her commitment to cancer awareness.
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Remembering Broadway's Marin MazzieBroadway actress Marin Mazzie died from ovarian cancer nearly one year ago, and now her husband, Broadway actor Jason Danieley, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate Mazzie and her commitment to cancer awareness.
Shannon's Law Signed To Cover Costs Of Annual MammogramsSuffolk County lawmakers have passed a law requiring insurance companies to cover annual mammogram costs. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
New Procedure May Delay MenopauseA new surgical procedure may help delay menopause in women for up to 20 years.
Breast Implants Recalled Over Cancer RiskCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the recall of textured breast implants which may cause cancer.
Breast Implant Recalled For Link With CancerMedical device maker Allergan Inc. is recalling a type of breast implant linked to a rare form of cancer. The company Wednesday announced a worldwide recall of implants with a textured surface.
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.
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.
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.
Period PovertyChristina Capatides joins CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez to discuss the CBSN original documentary "Period: Half the Population Has One But No One Talks About It."
Dolan Slams NY For Causing Shift In Abortion LawsCBS2's Jessica Layton has the latest on the nation's abortion debate as Cardinal Dolan says New York's controversial new policies caused other states to add new restrictions.
Cardinal Dolan Blames New Abortion Law On New YorkCardinal Timothy Dolan says the new restrictive abortion laws in other states is a reaction to New York's controversial new abortion policy. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Survey: New Moms Overwhelmed After PregnancyCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new survey that shows many new mothers are suffering from the 'fourth trimester' after giving birth.
NJ Gov. Murphy Signs 4 Bills To Improve Maternity CareNew legislation in New Jersey aims to improve maternity care especially for lower-income Medicaid patients. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Study Finds Link Between Birth Control And Sports InjuriesA new study says female athletes taking birth control were less likely to suffer knee injuries.
New Debate On How Often Women Should Get A MammogramThe American College of Physicians is out with new guidance that says women over 50 with average risk should get mammograms every other year. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New Test To Help Women Facing Pre-EclampsiaMany pregnant women develop symptoms like swelling and headaches, but those could also be signs of a very dangerous condition called pre-eclampsia. A new test to diagnose it on the spot is helping to keep moms and babies safe. Dr. Max Gomez reports.
FDA Wants Mammogram Providers To Notify Women About Breast Tissue DensityThe Food and Drug Administration is proposing the first changes to breast cancer screenings in decades. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
FDA Reviews Possible Sickness From Breast ImplantsCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the FDA's ongoing review of a possible link between breast implants and a rare form of cancer.
Breast Implants Linked To CancerThe FDA is reviewing the safety of breast implants after a possible link to cancer is discovered.
New Drugs Aims To Cure Postpartum DepressionCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the new FDA approved drug to treat new mothers suffering from depression.
FDA Approves First Postpartum DrugCBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez explains the FDA's approval of the first postpartum drug.
Should Younger Women Get Mammograms?CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on a debate in Albany that would have insurance companies pay for mammograms at a younger age.
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.
Cardinal Dolan Lobbies For Anti-Abortion FundingSlamming Gov. Cuomo's Reproductive Health Act, Cardinal Dolan is now lobbying for New York to provide similar funding for women who choose not to have abortions. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Cardinal Dolan Stresses Catholic Support For Expecting MothersNew York Timothy Cardinal Dolan held a press conference Monday to reaffirm the archdiocese’s “commitment to helping pregnant women in need” while remaining opposed to abortion amid Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s backing of the state’s Reproductive Health Act. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Cardinal Dolan Talks On Health Law Debate, Abortion Law ControversyTimothy Cardinal Dolan talks about the New York health law debate and abortion law controversy on Feb. 18, 2019, in New York City.
There's Hope For Mothers Caught Up In Opioids CrisisThe surprising face of the opioid crisis is a group you wouldn't think would be addicted. It's new mothers and new research shows the epidemic can be especially deadly for them. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports
New Device Offers Safer Delivery Of Radiation For Breast Cancer PatientsCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more on this first-of-its-kind treatment.
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.