Samvincible: Paralyzed Lifeguard Inspiring Others In His Fight To RecoverSam Jarmer is a 16-year-old lifeguard who suffered a spinal cord injury in Jury. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Health Officials Urge People To Stop VapingCBS2's Dick Brennan has the latest on the new developments in the growing number of lung related illnesses among people who vape.
CEO Gives Preview Of Komen Greater NYC's Race For CureLinda Tantawi, CEO of Susan G. Komen Greater New York City, joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about this weekend's Race For The Cure and the fight against cancer.
Vitamin-E Acetate Linked To Vaping ProblemsNew York officials investigating a link between vaping and severe lung illnesses say they found extremely high levels of the chemical Vitamin-E acetate in nearly all cannabis-containing vape products they analyzed.
New York To Provide Concussion InformationNew York State will now provide parents with sports concussion information as part of a new law.
Hempstead Moves To Ban Sale Of Vaping ProductsCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on the town of Hempstead's move to ban the sale of vaping products.
Measles Outbreak Over In BrooklynCity health officials have declared the measles outbreak in Brooklyn's Jewish communities over.
Mom, Son Celebrating Fight Against CancerAt 24 weeks, Carly Klareich had a lumpectomy but waited on chemotherapy until doctors induced the birth of her child three weeks early to fast track her treatment. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Hempstead Pushing To Altogether Ban Sale Of Flavored Vaping ProductsOfficials moved Tuesday to ban certain vaping products that critics say are getting kids sick. Lawmakers in the Town of Hempstead say it is a call to arms, reports CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff.
Town Of Hempstead Calls For Banning Sale Of E-CigarettesNassau County Executive Laura Curran and other officials called for putting a ban on the sale of vaping e-cigarettes due to the devices' popularity with children. CBSN New York's Alex Denis reports.
Komen Connections: Mother Credits Newborn, Family For Helping Her Beat CancerAt 24 weeks, Carly Klareich had a lumpectomy but waited on chemotherapy until doctors induced the birth of her child three weeks early to fast track her treatment. CBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock reports.
CDC Reports More Than 1,000 Salmonella Cases From Home-Raised Chickens, Other BirdsThe Centers for Disease Control say more than 1,000 cases of salmonella have been linked to home-raised chickens, hens, ducks and turkeys - sickening people in 49 states and causing two deaths.
Yonkers Clinics To Vaccinate Students For FreeWestchester County is offering free vaccines after New York state eliminated religious exemptions from vaccinations statewide earlier this year. Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) are available to anyone age 12 months and older. CBS2's Chirs Wragge reports.
Town Of Hempstead Proposing Ban On Sale Of Vaping E-LiquidsLawmakers say the move is in response to what they call an epidemic among kids in the area. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Another Newark Building Finds Lead-Contaminated WaterCBSN New York's Reena Roy has the latest on the growing water crisis in Newark as another high rise building finds high levels of lead in their water pipes.
Will Students Get Their Vaccinations Before School Starts?A big decision for the families of 26,000 New York students as the school year approaches. That's how many students had religious exemptions from vaccinations; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Federal Health Officials Investigating Breathing IllnessesFederal health officials are investigating after there's been more cases of breathing illnesses associated with vaping.
Brooklyn Family Raising Funds For Sick SonsCBS2's Cindy Hsu has the latest on the Brooklyn family fighting for their two sons, both battling a rare genetic disease.
People Who Vape Warned About Lung DiseaseCBS2's Alex Denis has the latest on the new warnings about vaping and the possible links to lung disease.
Couple Working To Raise $2 Million To Fight 2 Sons’ Rare Brain DiseaseA family from Brooklyn is trying to raise more than $2 million to help their sons, who have a rare genetic disease. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
JUUL CEO Reacts To Concerns Over Vaping, E-CigsThe CEO of leading e-cigarette manufacturer Juul has a message for non-smokers who are thinking of trying out his company's product. CBS2's Alex Denis reports
U.S. May Lose Measles Elimination StatusThe United States in in danger of losing its measles elimination status due to the largest outbreak of the illness in 25 years.
NJ's 'Right To Die' Law Reinstated By Appellate CourtA new court ruling gives New Jersey's terminally sick patients the right to die.
Experts Pushing For More Widespread Use Of Medication To Fight Opioid CrisisThere's a medication out there that experts say is the best treatment for opioid addiction they've seen, but not a lot of people know about it; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.