A new study in the Journal of Neurology says hot cocoa is good for your brain. The cocoa drinkers in the study performed better on thinking and memory tests than those who didn’t drink hot cocoa.
Back to school season is right around the corner, but before teachers return to the classroom, some of them are taking advantage of the summer break — to get a little touch up.
A rotten night of sleep can ruin anybody’s day, but underlying health issues could be a rude awakening for many people who have trouble sleeping, CBS 2′s Dr. Max Gomez explained.
Stories From Main Street: NJ Transplant Recipient Won’t Compete At World Transplant Games Due To Lack Of Funds
After a lifetime of health struggles, Muran Vinszee was seemingly the perfect candidate to represent the United States and New Jersey in the World Transplant Games in Durban, South Africa. At the last minute, donations for the trip fell short.
“When I bring it to their [patients'] attention they say to me, ‘Wow, you know I never thought about that,’” New York City dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad said.
Linden Schaffer suggests taking the East Side Ferry to Williamsburg and later, having dinner at The Fat Radish as well.
Susan Rappaport is a fitness trainer and the founder of Nu Yu Revolution (233 West 99th Street). She showed us some great workout moves using everyday items.
Bike Riders in New York City have pedaled more than a million miles since the start of the Bike Share Program, but now experts are concerned that some people may be setting themselves up for injury.
When it comes to going to the gym, most everyone has a different routine. Shape magazine’s Editor-at-large, Bahar Takhtehchian, stopped by The Couch to share some universal tips, tricks and tools to improve the workout experience.
With so many kinds of repellants out there, it can be tough to know which is the right kind for you and your family. A study found details on which bug spray is best to stop the bite, CBS 2′s Katie McGee reports.
The mayors of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and 15 other cities sent a letter to congressional leaders saying it’s “time to test and evaluate approaches limiting” the use of the subsidies for sugar-laden beverages, in the interest of fighting obesity and related diseases.
Researchers plan to analyze one-hundred houses for the study, analyze stress levels in subjects, and will check to see if subjects own exercise equipment and if they use it.
If you’re weighed down by credit cards, all the debt may be hurting more than your wallet.
Celebrity trainer and author Jorge Cruise’s new book “The 100: Count ONLY Sugar Calories and Lose Up to 18 lbs. in 2 Weeks” puts Carolina, John and Lisa to the test in order to determine what foods have hidden sugars and just how much is in each.
Registered dietician Keri Glassman visited The Couch to teach us about the Mediterranean Diet, which focuses on lighter, smaller meals, and replacing butter and salt with healthy fats and spices.