For many, health and fitness are words to live by as a growing number of people take control of their well being.
Last night we brought you the story of whole body cryotherapy, a procedure where people step into a chamber where the temperature is an unbelievable 228 degrees below zero Fahrenheit.
If you think it’s cold outside now, how about enduring temperatures that are hundreds of degrees below zero—by choice?
More people are turning to psychics to solve their problems, CBS2 reported.
Historic sculptures and war memorials meant to honor the people and events that helped shape our city sit languishing, stashed away behind a fence at one of the city’s busiest parks.
Everyone loves a bargain now, there are websites where they say a good deal is pretty much guaranteed because you—the consumer—names their price.
It’s a never-ending search for the ultimate products that can deliver perfect, ageless skin.
Neglected music instruments are finding a second life after a radio station launched a drive to collect and donate instruments to city schools.
With today’s new procedures, you don’t have to let these body parts reveal your true age.
We’ve long known that lack of sleep can be a serious health threat. Now doctors have another concern. It’s a new condition that could affect anyone who uses an electronic device.
From the fight to contain Ebola to the war on terrorism, our first line of defense may actually be in our garbage.
It could happen to anyone; you’re driving along and suddenly your tire gets a puncture.
Statistics show one in five adults has a tattoo and now, more people are choosing to ink themselves or have someone else do it for them right at home.
On Long Island, shelter dogs are being trained to serve those who have served the nation, giving both a second chance at life
A growing number of people are turning to gluten free food, but many are unaware that it often contains a potentially harmful ingredient.