When students return to school after summer break, they may find it a lot harder to get their hands on so-called “study drugs.”
Eating healthy sources of protein can help make you feel fuller, longer, research has shown, but now food companies are adding protein to foods that don’t normally contain it.
The public is taking heed of a warning about exploding phones. It is happening more and more and causing some serious injuries.
Don’t feel like cooking Wednesday? Your decision to dine out can mean help for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
If your summer plans include driving you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.
It’s more than about police work — it’s a day to bring some smiles to some of the county’s bravest young citizens.
From facelifts to nose jobs and even Botox, animal lovers are now spending millions each year enhancing their pets’ droopy eyes and cats’ crooked teeth.
“Somebody needs to stand up and say this isn’t right,” said Sarah’s mother, Janet Murnaghan. “This is a human issue. This isn’t politics. This is a human issue.”
Experts told CBS 2 that certain camps are not held to the same standards and regulations that others are, particularly camps that focus on a single activity like baseball or soccer.
Many people believe dolphins or chimpanzees are the smartest animals other than humans when it comes to intelligence, but new research shows the family dog might also be among the geniuses in the room.
In 2004, Frank Warren started the “Post Secret Project.” He asked strangers to mail their secrets to his Maryland home. Now the secrets are flowing in from all over the world.
We all know a good night’s sleep is a must for good health, but everyone has their own ideas about what quality sleep is.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation’s Greater New York City affiliate honored 1010 WINS Tuesday at for a 25-year partnership in creating breast cancer awareness.
Four decades ago Commissioner Kelly was a young Sergeant arriving on the scene of a horrific crime, the virtual execution of two fellow police officers.
Research shows that criminals are less likely to burglarize a home with a dog; CBS 2 recently put that research to the test, and set up seven cameras in four different homes.