Traumatic Emergencies Leaving Mental Scars On Heroic Rescuers As WellThe recent subway rescue of a 5-year-old girl opens up a conversation about what mental health programs are available to those who end up helping in emergencies. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Report Finds Nearly 3,000 New York City Kids Exposed To LeadA shocking report finds 2,700 New York City kids tested positive for lead exposure when city agencies could have prevented it. CBS2 urban affairs expert Mark Peters talked with CBSN New York's Valerie Castro about the report.
Report Shows NYC Failed To Protect Children From LeadA report by Comptroller Scott Stringer finds New York City failed to inspect thousands of buildings for lead contamination.
13th Vaping-Related Death ReportedHealth officials say a 13th person has died of vaping-related illnesses and hundreds have been diagnosed with similar conditions.
Real Life Story Of 'Carol's Second Act'CBS2's Alice Gainer speaks to the doctor with the same story as the new CBS show 'Carol's Second Act'
Jobs Program Helping Recovering Opioid AddictsCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the jobs program helping recovering opioid addicts turn their lives around.
12 Vaping-Related Deaths ReportedFederal health officials now say 12 people have died from vaping-related illnesses.
First Of Its Kind Amputee Support Group On Long IslandCBS2's Steve Overmyer has the latest on a first of its kind amputee support group on Long Island, helping people with missing limbs through sports.
Botox Used To Help Cerebral Palsy PatientsCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on using Botox as a treatment for muscle spasms in cerebral palsy patients.
Asbestos Discovered At Busy Bus DepotCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on transit workers demanding the MTA act to address dangerous asbestos found inside a busy Brooklyn bus depot.
End Of Rockland County Measles OutbreakRockland County Executive Ed Day is set to announce an end to the county's measles outbreak.
Mosquito Virus Kills Second Person In ConnecticutA second person has died of a deadly mosquito-borne virus in Connecticut.
New Treatment For Risky Thyroid NodulesCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new treatment to remove thyroid nodules.
Boy Becomes Sheriff For The Day After Beating CancerA Suffolk County boy was honored by his local sheriff's department after beating cancer. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
N.J. Panel Holds Public Hearing On VapingNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's electronic smoking device task force will hold a public hearing this afternoon on vaping.
Connecticut Woman Dies From Rare Mosquito-Borne VirusA Connecticut woman infected with a rare mosquito-borne illness called the EEE virus has died. Doctors say Eastern Equine Encephalitis killed 77-year-old Patrisha Shaw last week.
New Jersey Trying To Prevent Opioid Addiction In Student AthletesNew Jersey has a new tactic to prevent student athletes from getting hooked on opioids; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Operating Room Robot Promising Less Painful, Longer Lasting Knee ReplacementAn operating room robot is promising less painful, longer lasting knee replacement; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Opioid Crisis Memorial On Display At Long Island MallA memorial at a Long Island mall is a stark reminder of the opioid crisis and the lives lost; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
NYC DOE Alerting Students Of 9/11 About Health BenefitsThe New York City Department of Education is reaching out to support the students of 9/11; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
NJ School Athletes To Watch Opioid VideoHigh school athletes are being required to watch an opioid video with help of professional athletes in New Jersey. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Saturday Marks World Alzheimer's DaySaturday is World Alzheimer's Day. As of 2014, as many as 5 million Americans are living with the incurable disease.
Connecticut Resident Dies Of Mosquito VirusThe first person in Connecticut has died from the potentially fatal mosquito-borne virus EEE.
FDA Proposes New Rule For E-CigarettesThe FDA is proposing a new rule for reviewing e-cigarettes before they go on the market.