The cold temperatures can be life threatening if you don’t take the proper precautions. TV 10-55′s Katie McGee has some important guidelines.
This week on Eye On New York, Hollywood awards season is heating up and CBS 2’s Katie McGee has a look at the frontrunners for this year’s Oscars. Kids’ night on Broadway gives children a chance to catch great, live, theater at half the price.
The Australian DJs behind a hoax phone call to the U.K. hospital where the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was treated were in tears Monday as they described how their joke ended up going too far.
A nurse involved in a prank telephone call to elicit information about the Duchess of Cambridge has died, King Edward VII hospital said Friday.
Middleton was admitted to a hospital in London today due to acute morning sickness.
Most of the more than 1,700 schools in New York City have reopened, but not all.
Beth Israel Medical Center started the kids yoga program for four to 13-year-olds who were diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and autism, but the program’s director said the health effects of yoga are beneficial for all kids.
For most kids learning science is done with textbooks and an experiment or two, but a new program at the Liberty Science Center is taking a new approach.
Cases of autism have soared in recent years: one in every 88 children is diagnosed with the disorder. Now, a groundbreaking clinical trial will test whether a child’s own stem cells – the building blocks of the body – might help.
The beginning of the school year is just around the corner and experts have seen a growing trend in childhood anxiety, CBS 2′s Katie McGee found out what parents can do to combat the problem.
Sparx, a video game engineered in New Zealand, was developed to help young adults fight depression.
You probably think of Whooping Cough as a kid’s sickness that was eliminated decades ago by a childhood vaccine.
It’s a disturbing trend: Young people ending up in rehab for prescription drug abuse. But it’s not Oxycontin. They’re getting hooked on medications used to treat attention disorders like ADHD.
In what might seem like a page out of the “Twilight” series, people looking to erase fine facial lines and wrinkles can undergo a procedure that uses patient’s own blood to reverse visible signs of aging.
For nearly 10 percent of the population, painful migraines are a fact of life. But for those migraine sufferers who do not want to take daily prescription medication, natural herbal supplements may help prevent headache pain, TV 10-55’s Katie McGee explained.