This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about omega 3 vitamins, flu shots and multiple sclerosis.
This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about vitamins, epi-pens, how to stop snoring and lowering your cholesterol.
A popular Bronx restaurant remained closed on Saturday night following an outbreak of a very serious virus.
In a new weekly segment on The Couch called “Couch Calls,” we answer health questions sent in to the show by our viewers. It’s our take on the old-fashioned doctor “house calls.”
Short on time? No problem. Circuits are a great way to cram your strength training and cardio into one highly effective workout.
If this summer’s backyard cookouts and rooftop happy hours had you packing on the pounds, there’s time to get back into a workout routine this fall before the holiday rush of parties and indulgent dinners sneak up on us.
Medical professionals advised against waiting until the last minute to get kids back into their usual sleep routine.
Dr. Michael Breus, sleep expert, joined The Couch to fill us in on how to sleep better.
Almost ten months after Sandy the affects of the storm are still being felt in surprising ways.
Celebrity fitness trainer Karim Ramos showed us for a Fit Minute. He showed us partner squats, partner push-ups and the “half burpee.”
Lifestyle and entertaining expert Mindy Kobrin has some pantry staples to stock up on to creative playful, delicious lunches for children.
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.