These days, in-home security cameras are being used for more than just safety. New technology has made it easier for families to stay in touch than ever before.
We all know health care is not cheap, but there are actually ways to cut those costs dramatically.
You can use oil to cook with, but would you swish it around in your mouth for 20 minutes every day, all in the name of beauty and better health?
Counterfeit electronics are flooding the market. While the items might be more affordable, they also can be dangerous and their sales could help fund terrorism and gangs.
It’s no secret that many people are attached to their smartphones to the point that they almost can’t live without them. Now, technology has enabled smartphones to direct the way that people live.
People from all over the world are talking about it online, and in the U.S. the Better Business Bureau has issued a warning; don’t call back, or else.
New companies are offering parents the chance to rent high-end clothing at a fraction of the cost to buy.
Daylight Saving Time may have serious health implications for some, making it a difficult, even potentially dangerous change.
Many people have been told that the more they exercise the more weight they will lose. But, new research has shown that the equation may not work for everyone.
Just about everything you buy comes with a warranty, including appliances and electronics. But what about the things you buy for your body like a hip or knee replacement?
Those “Nutrition Facts” labels that are plastered on nearly every food package found in grocery stores are getting a new look.
Since learning that a crew member’s son was diagnosed with the rare fatal disease Sanfilippo Syndrome, Holmes has become an advocate to find a treatment and a cure, CBS 2′s Kristine Johnson reported.
When a straphanger has a brush with death it can be terrifying and life-changing not only for the victim, but also everyone around.
Thousands of people every day are suddenly struck with a condition that’s so debilitating, it pushes them to do the unthinkable. But there are new treatment options.
It’s a growing new trend: Doctors are turning the tables on patients and checking them out online before they come in for an appointment.