Seen At 11: Fight Back Against Tight, Dry Skin As The Weather CoolsTemperatures might say summer, but fall and falling temperatures will inevitably arrive -- and so will tight, dry skin, and chapped hands.
Seen At 11: An Inside Look At Investigating TerrorismAmong the first on the scene was the Crime Scene Unit, an elite, highly trained squad led by Deputy Inspector Michael King, who describes arriving in Chelsea that Saturday night.
Seen At 11: Study Finds 30 Percent Of Women Suffer From Fear Of ChildbirthA new study reveals there are many women who suffer from a serious phobia about giving birth.
Seen At 11: Microfibers In Your Gym Clothes May Be Poisoning Marine LifeIt may sound far fetched, but they shed fibers that get into our waterways, attract pollutants, and are ingested by marine life.
Seen At 11: Hair Extensions Labeled '100 Percent Human' Contain Synthetic & Animal HairWhether it's for vanity or necessity, more and more women are choosing to wear hair pieces and extensions. But some in the industry are now coming under fire for "hair deception."
Woman Who Lost Father To 9/11 Honors His Service And Legacy While Carving Out Her OwnAs the anniversary of 9/11 approaches, a Rockland County woman has found purpose and inspiration in her father's ultimate sacrifice.
Seen At 11: Youthful Appearance Goes Far Beyond The FaceThere's no shortage of products or procedures to make you look younger, but they're primarily focused on your face.
Seen At 11: Parent Shaming Troubling New Trend Emerging On Social MediaParent shaming is becoming a troubling new trend on social media.
Seen At 11: Fitness Tracker Users Turn To Creative Hacks To Increase Step CountsThere's a new type of cheating going on, and it has nothing to do with your love life, but everything to do with your health.
Seen At 11: Groundbreaking Technology Lets You See Your Body In A New LightImagine seeing yourself like never before. With groundbreaking technology, you can now get an intricately detailed look at your body from every angle... all in the comfort of your home.
Seen At 11: These Microchips Are Implanted Into Your Hand To Replace Keys, PasswordsIt's common practice to microchip our pets for their safety, but now humans are getting chipped too.
Seen At 11: 'Smell Dating' Seeks To Use Body Odors To Bring Mates TogetherA recent New York dating project put body odor to the test to determine whether there could be a couple connection based solely on scent.

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