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.
In a most unlikely environment, underneath the Pulaski Bridge in Greenpoint, students are learning skills that can save their lives.
Many retailers are starting to charge fees on all sorts of merchandise to help offset the cost of returns, which is estimated to be nearly $400 billion in losses each year.
A growing number of people are turning to the web to find total strangers with whom to raise children.
Scammers are calling people, posing as IRS agents and claiming they are under investigation, trying to scare them into sending money either by pre-paid debit card or wire transfer.
Worried parents and employees are taking self-defense into their own hands, purchasing bulletproof boards to protect themselves in the event of a mass shooting.
Here’s a new warning about another scam that could show up on your door step. An official looking letter arrives in the mail saying you owe fees — and if you don’t pay up, you may face jail time.
CBS 2’s Johnson plays a news anchor in the hit CBS comedy with Robin Williams. She tells us about her experience.
The number one New Year’s resolution for many people is to lose weight and in 2014, there are a slew of diets that offer to help.
Once sold as liquid cleanses, cold-pressed juices are now hitting the market as an infusion of fruits and veggies on the go. But experts caution that the process of juicing removes the fiber from fruits and vegetables.
CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson sat down with New York’s top cop to reflect on his impact and to look toward the future as he prepares to give up his position.
Millionaires can often be seen living in mansions and driving pricey cars, but the habits that help the wealthy land expensive jewelry and fat bank accounts may surprise you.
Discovering the secret to a good night’s sleep can mean something different for everybody.
Shopping expert Mark Locastro said some of the best deals may actually be online this year.