Imagine how hard it is to climb the world’s highest mountains. Now, imagine working out in those same conditions at your local gym, or even at home.
Ebola, terrorism and political unrest can make a traveler think twice about booking a trip.
Most people consider themselves pretty savvy when it comes to falling victim to an online scam. But there’s a new cyber scam that’s hiding in plain sight that could make you the next victim of what’s known as “click bait.”
Going natural is in this year and that means mud, clay and even charcoal are the new must-have beauty ingredients.
We all know losing weight takes more than just a diet. Now even your fork and plate are being engineered to help you slim down.
Imagine making money simply for having good manners. In some restaurants, diners are being offered incentives for their good table manners.
Imagine if you could change your look and your body, but only for 24 hours. It’s possible thanks to new beauty procedures that can enhance your look, drop your dress size, and increase your bust.
Something as simple as your breath could be the most accurate diagnostic tool for everything from asthma to cancer.
We use our smartphones for just about everything. But soon, they may be a think of the past.
From transporting to walking to feedings, and more the latest apps put high-tech pet help right at your fingertips.
There is a growing danger on the road in the New York area. Trucks have been hitting overpasses at an alarming rate, causing delays on your ride to work.
Research has shown that when we take a break from work it can refresh our minds and make us more productive.
He was a happy-go-lucky teenager who loved nothing more than to sing in his church choir. But Gama Droiville’s life changed in an instant when he was caught in crossfire.
A new study published by the American Diabetes Association shows something as simple as lowering your thermostat can boost your metabolism, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reported.
Millions of Americans suffer from hair loss and they spend millions of dollars on treatments to restore their hair. But now technology is opening the door to a new non-surgical, non-invasive option that you can use in your own home.