Stony Brook University Researchers Develop World's Largest Immersive Visualization CabinsOn Long Island, one of the fastest computers in the world is used to possibly save lives; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Technology Helps Save Westchester Teen With Brain TumorAmazing technology is helping surgeons perform the most delicate of all operations, brain surgery; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
ShopRite Customers Want Refunds After Deli Worker Tests Positive For Hepatitis AThere's a Hepatitis A warning in New Jersey after a deli worker at a ShopRite in Somerville tested positive for the virus; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
NYS Raising Tobacco Age To 21A week from tomorrow, the legal age to purchase tobacco or e-cigarette products will rise from 18 to 21 in New York State.
Vegetables Recalled Over Listeria ConcernsMore than 100 vegetable products are being recalled over listeria concerns.
ShopRite Worker In Somerville, NJ Tests Positive For Hepatitis AThe New Jersey health department says a deli worker at a ShopRite in Somerville has tested positive for the virus.
NY Lawmakers Discuss Vaping RegulationsNew York State senators will hold a hearing today in Lower Manhattan on regulating e-cigarettes and vaping products.
Cop Claims NYPD Mental Health Program Is A Publicity StuntCBS2's Dick Brennan has the exclusive story of an NYPD officer who says the department's efforts to help officers with mental health issues is nothing more than a publicity stunt.
Can Memory Loss Be Determined At Young Ages?A new study looks at if losing your memory later in life is actually determined when you are young.
New Opioid Documentary Focuses On Addiction's Impact To ChildrenCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the new documentary focusing on a 7-year-old whose family has been impacted by opioid addiction.
EMS Worker Released After AneurysmAn EMS worker who suffered an aneurysm during an emergency call has been released from the hospital.
EMT Heading Home After Aneurysm On The JobEmergency Medical Technician Lt. Raymond Wang, 47, is going home from Mount Sinai Hospital after recovering from a ruptured aortic aneurysm.
'Life With Layla' Shows Opioid Crisis Through Little Girl's EyesThe 'Life with Layla' documentary shares the story of a 7-year-old New Jersey girl whose family struggles with substance abuse. Director Ken Spooner joins CBSN New York.
Minimally Invasive Surgery Helps Fix Life-Threatening AneurysmsAbdominal aortic aneurysm is a life-threatening condition that affects more than 3 million Americans annually and can kill up to 90% of people who have it, but it's almost completely curable if treated in time; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New Bill Proposes Outlawing Tackle Football For Children Under 12Tackle football could be banned for children in New York younger then the age of 12 if a new bill becomes law; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Vote On Flavored Vaping Ban Delayed In Nassau CountyThe county legislature has postponed a vote which was expected Oct. 28. Under the plan, all flavors would be banned other than mint, menthol or flavorless tobacco. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Doctors Advise People To Get Vaccinated For Flu ASAPFlu season is almost here, so doctors are reminding you to get your flu shots as soon as possible.
Physical Activity May Help Cancer Patients Stay Healthy, Study SaysA new study finds exercise may be a perfect prescription for cancer patients to stay healthy; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Technology Helping Runners Reach Their Peak Ahead Of NYC MarathonIf you ask runners, most will agree there is no other race like the New York City Marathon. CBSN New York's John Dias explains how technology can now help optimize performance for any athletic competition.
Rainy Halloween-Themed 5K Raises Money For Autism ServicesGray skies and soaking rain added to the eeriness of the Seventh Annual Birch Family Halloween Run for Autism, but it did not take away from the spirit; CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Legionnaires' Confirmed On Staten IslandHealth officials say they have found cases of Legionnaires' disease at an assisted living facility on Staten Island.
Retired NYPD Officer Dies Of 9/11-Related IllnessRetired first responder Dennis Murphy has died of cancer caused by toxins from the 9/11 attacks.
Saturday Is National Prescription Take Back DaySaturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, and for the first time ever, the Drug Enforcement Administration is taking vaping devices.
Army Veteran Given Free Surgery After Road Rage AttackAn Army veteran, disfigured in a brutal road rage attack, has been given his life back through reconstructive surgery.

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