Millions of Americans take aspirin daily to prevent heart attacks and strokes, but a new study shows the medication may be harmful to some people; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
New Study Shows Potential Harm Of AspirinMillions of Americans take aspirin daily to prevent heart attacks and strokes, but a new study shows the medication may be harmful to some people; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Legionnaires' Scare In Harlem BuildingWater in a Harlem NYCHA building is being tested after two cases of Legionnaires' disease were diagnosed.
How To Spot The Warning Signs Of Heat IllnessCBS2's Cindy Hsu reports on the warning signs you may be suffering from a heat-related illness.
Doctors Urging People Across Country To Take Care In Extreme HeatDoctors are warning people to take precautions in these sweltering conditions; CBSN New York’s Cindy Hsu reports.
Doctor Shares Life-Saving Tips On Surviving The Dangerous HeatAmid a forecast dangerous heat wave hitting the Tri-State Area this weekend, Dr. Ernest Patti of St. Barnabas Hospital Emergency Department joined CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge to share life-saving tips about beating the heat.
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.
Can Moisturizers Help Prevents Allergies?CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on using moisturizers to help prevent allergies.
What Can You Do To Help Prevent Alzheimer's?With 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer's, anything that can be done to ease that huge healthcare burden is important; 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.
Food Allergy Sufferers Push For Better Safety In RestaurantsA proposed bill would require food establishments to better train employees on how to handle food safely. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Web Extra: Nassau County Announces 'Food Allergy Restaurant Safety Law'Nassau County lawmakers call for restaurants to improve food allergy safety by training employees and installing signage.
How To Protect Your Skin From The Sun This SummerIt's natural to want to get out and enjoy the warm weather during the summer, but you should take steps to protect your skin from the sun and other seasonal dangers. Dr. Adarsh Vijay Mudgil, a New York City-based dermatologist, stopped by to offer his advice.
Snapshot NY: Woman Celebrates Her 'Alive Day' By SkydivingIn the latest edition of Snapshot NY, a woman celebrated the 10-year anniversary of a major post-brain surgery milestone with a charity skydiving event. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
Study Finds Unstructured Time Stimulates Creative ThinkingA recent Academy of Management study finds that unstructured time stimulates creative thinking; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports on the benefits of Boredom.
Advocates Push For Mindfulness Training In Response To NYPD SuicidesThe NYPD has a mental health crisis on its hands, and advocates say meditation can solve it; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
How Being Bored Can Stimulate CreativityParents work hard to keep their children active when they're home on summer vacation, but a recent study finds boredom could lead to better creativity; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Hosts Cystic Fibrosis EventCBS2's Lonnie Quinn hosted the 'Toast to Tomorrows' cystic fibrosis fundraiser in New York City's Bowery Hotel.
Legionnaires' Disease In ManhattanHealth officials are investigating two cases of legionnaires' disease in Manhattan.
New Hope For Fighting MigrainesCBS' Tom Hanson has the latest on new research aimed at treating migraines.
Embryos Go To Wrong Woman In Fertility Clinic Mix-UpCBS2's Dick Brennan has the latest on the New York suing over a fertility clinic mix-up.
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.
New Discovery May Lead To 'Superbug' KillerCBS' Ian Lee has the latest on the medical breakthrough that may lead to a defense against 'superbugs.'
Pig Ear Dog Treats Linked To SalmonellaThe CDC says pig ear dog treats have been linked to an outbreak of salmonella in New York and 12 other states.
Brooklyn YMCA Water ContaminatedThe YMCA in Prospect Park says their water has been contaminated with the chemical ethylene glycol.
First West Nile Case Found In New JerseyThe year's first human case of West Nile virus has been detected in New Jersey.
Web Extra: Gov. Murphy To Enact Medical Marijuana ActNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy holds a press conference Tuesday prior to signing the "Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act."
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.