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Max Minute: Could People Who Wear Contact Lenses Be More At Risk For Coronavirus?For the top questions people have been asking about the coronavirus, visit cbsnewyork.com/max, and go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question.
Max Minute: Could Warmer Weather Have An Impact On The Coronavirus?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: Has The Coronavirus Mutated Into New Strains? Are They More Dangerous?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: If I Go Out, Will I Bring The Coronavirus Home On My Clothes Or Shoes?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: Can You Get The Coronavirus From A Cut Or Scrape?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: How Much Do High Doses Of Vitamins Help Against COVID-19?Certain vitamins can lead to many serious diseases, from scurvy to brain malformations but the fact that we need vitamins has led many to think that vitamins can be the cure for many diseases unrelated to their original bodily function.
Max Minute: What About Those Who Are Surviving Coronavirus?CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez talked about how those who get the COVID-19 virus and recovery not only give hope but also provide needed antibodies for future coronavirus treatments.
Max Minute: Is It Safe To Take Ibuprofen And Other Anti-Inflammatory Medications If You Have Coronavirus?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: How Long Does The Coronavirus Live On Surfaces?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Max Minute: What’s The Difference Between Getting Screened And Getting Tested For Coronavirus?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Statistics Show Colon, Rectal Cancer Cases Are Up In Young AdultsSome troubling colon cancer statistics are out from the American Cancer Society. Colon and rectal cancer cases are on the rise in young adults, and doctors are not sure why; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Coronavirus Update: Dr. Max Gomez Separates Fact From FictionThere's lots of confusion, misinformation and myths about the coronavirus. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the facts.
Coronavirus Update: Outbreak Could Lead To Shortages Of Important DrugsThere is another way the coronavirus could affect your health without ever being infected. Believe it or not, the disease could lead to shortages of important, even life-saving drugs; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Coronavirus Precautions: Disaster Preparedness Expert Assesses If The U.S. Is Ready For An OutbreakThere is still widespread anxiety about the ability of local and federal governments to deal with the coronavirus should an outbreak become widespread in this country; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez spoke with a national expert on disaster preparedness.
Dr. Max Gomez Clears Up Misinformation Surrounding CoronavirusAs the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, there is a lot of misinformation surrounding the epidemic. Is there a treatment? How can you prevent it? What about a vaccine? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has some of the answers.
Study Links Sleep Problems To Weight Control ProblemsHave you been getting enough sleep lately? If the answer is no, you're probably also having trouble losing weight; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
'Intuitive Exercise' Focuses On Listening To Your BodyIf you know you should be exercising but sometimes you just don't feel like it, maybe you should try a different approach to working out -- intuitive exercise; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Smartphone App Can Possibly Help Detect Eye Problems In ChildrenCould all those hundreds of photos you have on your phone be a key to detecting serious eye problems in your children? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Telemedicine Making Flu Easier To Cope WithNew flu numbers from the CDC show activity is still high around the country, but experts are saying that this flu season is a little unusual. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez talks about why and how telemedicine is making the flu easier to cope with.
Research Shows New Approach To Helping Cancer Survivors Get Better SleepA class is helping cancer survivors sleep better; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
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.
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.
FDA Committee Says Vascepa Can Be Given To Larger Population Of PatientsSome important news was announced Thursday about a way for many Americans to reduce their risk for heart attack and stroke; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Health Officials Find Possible Link Between Vitamin E Acetate, Vaping-Related IllnessesFederal health officials say they may have found the culprit behind at least some of the vaping-related illnesses; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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