Experts: Social Media Influencing Teen's Decisions On SexThe Centers for Disease Control surveyed more than 14,000 teenagers from high schools across the country and found the lowest rate of sex among high school students in more than 25 years. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports
At Long Last, A Miracle ReunionOn Sunday, a stem cell donor from Queens met the man whose life he saved through a stem cell transplant. TV 10/55's Christina Fan reports
Top Health Trends For New DecadeIn the last decade, we've seen so many innovations in medicine from an HIV prevention pill to 3-D printing of human organs. So what's in store for the 2020s? Dr. Denise Pate, a primary care physician at Medical Offices of Manhattan, joins CBS2's Andrea Grymes and Cindy Hsu with more.
Experts: Holiday Season Can Be Difficult For Dementia PatientsHoliday season is in high gear with excitement spreading for both children and adults, but for people with Alzheimer's or dementia, the holidays can be a really difficult time; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
How To Cope With Dementia During The Holiday SeasonThe holidays are a joyful time for many but can be equally as frustrating and stressful for caregivers, as well as people living with dementia; CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Super Heroes Visit Children In Queens HospitalCBSN New York's Cindy Hsu has the latest on the volunteers visiting children at St. Mary's Hospital for Children dressed as their favorite super heroes.
Free Lung Cancer Screenings Offered In Trailer In BrooklynHow can you improve your chances of surviving the number one cancer killer in the U.S. -- lung cancer? It comes down to early detection with a fast and easy lung scan; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has information on how you can get one for free.
Cannabis Company Launches Its Own Credit CardMarijuana is legal in some form in more than half the country, but using a credit card to buy it is nearly impossible. Now, a cannabis company is changing that; Kenneth Craig reports for CBS2.
Annual WCBS-FM Holiday Show To Benefit Blythedale Children's HospitalLarry Levine, Blythedale Children's Hospital president and CEO, and radio host Patty Steele stop by to talk about the annual WCBS-FM Holiday Show, which raises money for the hospital.
Organ Donor In Need Saves Himself While Trying To Save FriendOne man living in Manhattan is hoping someone comes forward to help save his life in a state where ten thousand people are currently waiting for organs. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
New Jersey Advances Bill To End Religious Exemptions To VaccinationsLawmakers in New Jersey have advanced a bill to end religious exemptions to vaccinations.
What Is A Brain Hemorrhage?CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez explains the dangers and symptoms of a brain hemorrhage after the former NBA commissioner's sudden medical emergency in Midtown.
Organ Donor In Need Saves Himself While Trying To Save A FriendOne man living in manhattan is hoping someone comes forward to help save his life in a state where ten thousand people are currently waiting for organs. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Food Labels May Detail Health AdviceFood labels may soon include details about the amount of exercise and physical activity needed to burn off the food product to fight obesity.
NYC Care Reaches 10,000 Enrollment MilestoneNew York City's low-cost health care access program has reached a milestone.
Viral Video Shows Joyful Reaction Of Newborn Baby With Hearing Aides To Hearing Her MomVideo capturing a newborn’s joy is going viral online. The little girl is deaf and she’s giving hope to families all across the world. Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Pete Frates, Inspiration Behind Ice Bucket Challenge, DiesThe former college athlete who brought so much attention to ALS has died from the debilitating diseases.
Researchers Test Once-A-Month Birth Control PillResearchers at MIT are testing a once-a-month birth control pill.
Retired NYPD Officer Gets New Support During ALS BattleCBS2's Ali Bauman speaks with the retired NYPD officer battling ALS and now getting an outpouring of support during his time of need.
2 More 9/11 First Responders Die Of IllnessesTwo more FDNY firefighters have died of 9/11-related illnesses.
Tech Company Creates App To Combat AddictionOpioid overdoses kill more than 130 people every day in the U.S., and as health care providers and scientists search for solutions to save lives, a Boston tech company may have found one way; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Martial Arts Students Raise Money For Pediatric CancerOn Sunday, Eltingville's Bushido Dojo held a "Throw-A-Thon," where martial arts students have 60 seconds to complete as many judo throws as possible to raise money for kids with cancer at the Staten Island University Hospital. CBSN New York's Scott Rapoport reports
Kidney Mix-Up At New Jersey HospitalThe wrong patient was given a kidney transplant meant for another patient with the same name.
Double Hand Transplant Recipient Now Needs New KidneyCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez speaks with the woman who received a groundbreaking double hand transplant, but now needs a new kidney.

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