New York Teen Is Poised To Become Rock Climbing’s First Breakout StarA Manhattan teenager has become the most accomplished female in rock climbing. Now, at just 15, she's got the potential to become rock climbing's first breakout star.
Study: Managing Stress Is Key To Getting The Most Out Of A Healthy DietMany people have been trying to eat healthy with less bad fat, and more good fats like olive oil, but that might not be enough.
Expiration Dates Matter: When To Toss Your Beauty ProductsThe very products that are meant to enhance your beauty can do the complete opposite if used past their expiration date.
Seen At 11: Microfibers In Your Gym Clothes May Be Poisoning Marine LifeIt may sound far fetched, but they shed fibers that get into our waterways, attract pollutants, and are ingested by marine life.
Study Participants Without Fitness Trackers Lost More Weight, Researchers SayWearable technology, fitness trackers, old fashioned pedometers -- whatever you call them, they're supposed to motivate you to get up and moving.
CBS2 Investigates: How Much Do You Know About Your Nanny?Many people consider their nanny to be a part of their family, but they may not really know the person they've brought home to watch their kids.
Far From A Waste Of Time, Video Games Are Netting Some Players MillionsGetting paid to play video games is no longer an impossible dream. Thousands are turning their hobby into a full time job
App Could Help Pre-Diabetic Americans Avoid Devastating Health EffectsHaving diabetes puts people at risk for heart and kidney disease, stroke, amputations, and more. Worse yet, 9 out of 10 of those people don't even know they have it.
Seen At 11: Passport Problems Could End Your Vacation Before It StartsYou've planned every last detail of your dream vacation, but imagine arriving at the airport and being told you can't go because your passport is invalid.
Distressed Sneakers With Holes, Stains Fetching HundredsSneakers with holes and stains could fetch hundreds of dollars.
As Summer Ends, Parents Wonder How Young Is Too Young For A Child To Walk To SchoolShould you let your child walk to school without you? That is the question some parents are pondering as the school year approaches.
Seen At 11: Fitness Tracker Users Turn To Creative Hacks To Increase Step CountsThere's a new type of cheating going on, and it has nothing to do with your love life, but everything to do with your health.

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