New cases of the coronavirus are popping up by the day around the world, and the New York Health Department is investigating three possible cases; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
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Families Hoping For Good Health This Lunar New Year As Coronavirus Continues To SpreadNew cases of the coronavirus are popping up by the day around the world, and the New York Health Department is investigating three possible cases; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
School Goes Purple To Support Student With Rare DisorderAn elementary school on Long Island went purple to support a kindergarten student affected by a rare disorder.
New Study: 'Forever Chemicals' Making Tap Water ToxicA new study found tap water in dozens of U.S. cities may be toxic.
What's Different About This Strain Of Coronavirus?There's a lot of concern about the coronavirus, but you may not know it's actually a common infection that almost everyone gets at least once in their life. So what is different about this strain spreading from China? Hilary Lane reports for CBS2.
4 People Isolated For Coronavirus Testing In New York StateThere are two confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United States, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced four people are under observation in New York State; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Shares NYC's Plans To Confront CoronavirusNow that there's two confirmed cases in the United States, New York City is preparing plans to address the coronavirus that has caused more than two dozen deaths in China and spread to 16 countries.
Second Case Of Coronavirus From China Confirmed In U.S.A patient in Chicago has tested positive for a new deadly strain of the coronavirus. CBS2's Nick Caloway has new information about what's being done to contain it and prevent an outbreak in New York.
NYC Officials Discuss Coronavirus OutbreakNew York City officials will meet today to discuss the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China. CBS2's Nick Caloway has the latest.
Coronavirus Concerns Grow In The United StatesThere was concern that it had reached the tri-state area, but a New Jersey hospital confirmed late Thursday night that a patient there does not have the virus; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Surgeries Postponed Because Of Surgical Gown ShortageSurgeries are reportedly being postponed across the country because of a shortage of surgical gowns.
Research Finds New Normal When It Comes To Average Body TemperatureRecent research claims there could be a new normal for a well-known health standard; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coronavirus Spreads To The United StatesThe World Health Organization is set to decide Wednesday whether to declare a public health emergency over the coronavirus; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Production Mishap Causes Excedrin ShortageHeadache sufferers may have to look harder for their go-to medication. The manufacturers of the popular pain killer Excedrin are reporting a production mishap that's causing a temporary shortage; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
First Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In U.S.The first case of coronavirus has been confirmed in the United States. The patient recently returned from China; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Ski Trip Giving Life-Changing For Children With DisabilitiesChildren and teens with disabilities get a life-changing ski trip, even though they cant walk. CBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Operating Room 'Black Boxes' Aim To Improve Surgical SafetySurgeries are now being recorded in some Long Island operating rooms in a high tech effort to improve safety. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Study: Potential Link Between Marijuana Use And Heart IssuesA review from Brigham and Women's Hospital finds smoking pot carries many of the same cardiovascular risks as smoking tobacco. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Ski Trip For Children With DisabilitiesChildren and teens with disabillities get a life changing ski trip, even though they cant walk. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Travelers Arriving At JFK Airport From Central China Being Screened For Deadly VirusAirline passengers arriving at JFK Airport from Central China are being screened for a new deadly virus; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Telemedicine Making Flu Easier To Cope WithNew flu numbers from the CDC show activity is still high around the country, but experts are saying that this flu season is a little unusual. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez talks about why and how telemedicine is making the flu easier to cope with.
Health Alert Issued For Airplane Passengers Arriving From Central ChinaTravelers who had direct to connecting flights from Wuhan, China, must have additional health screenings because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Department Of Health Confirms 2 More Vaping-Related DeathsAccording to the New York governor's office, a woman in her 20s from New York City and a woman in her 50s from Ontario County are the third and fourth people to die of illnesses related to vaping. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
New Study Examining Connection Between Dancing, Brain HealthFor many people, dancing is an enjoyable hobby and a way to stay fit. New research is looking into whether the activity can boost the brain health of older adults; CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Musician Willie Nile Talks About Light Of Day Foundation's Winterfest To Battle Parkinson's DiseaseNearly one million Americans live with Parkinson's disease. The disorder of the nervous system that can strike at any age. The Light of Day Foundation hosts Winterfest, a series of concerts to raise money and awareness about Parkinson's and related diseases. Willie Nile, who has performed every year in Winterfest and is performing tonight, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss this years' events.