The trees are planted curbside on city property, but homeowners say they wind up having to take care of them.
“Smart pills” promise to help with memory, concentration, attention and intelligence — no prescription necessary. But do they work? Are they safe?
These are the new breed of seniors, living on their own well into their hundreds. And the secret to their longevity? Staying busy and having a positive outlook on life.
A good night’s sleep is vital for good health, but sometimes bad dreams and nightmares can interfere with a solid night of shut eye.
Documents obtained by CBS 2 show more than 40,000 convicted drivers — nearly three-quarters of offenders — still have not installed ignition interlock devices in their vehicles.
For millions of men who have been dragged down by aging there is a drug that claims to improve strength and virility. However, new life-threatening side effects have raised questions over whether fighting low testosterone is worth the risk.
The men are turning to a procedure called micropigmentation, which is similar to getting a tattoo.
Luxurious kitchens, swimming pools, and even gyms are being added to bunkers built just in case of an emergency.
The line, which was dreamed up by Arizona wine expert Mark Phillips, would offer a bar full of products in packet form — including vodka, rum, cosmopolitans and lemon drops cocktails.
Warm weather could not get to the Tri-State Area soon enough, but higher temperatures also mean bug session has officially arrived.
We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
Two candidates looking to replace Rep. Charles Rangel in Congress wasted no time in using his long career and an ethics scandal against him in the first Democratic primary debate for the 13th Congressional District.
There are a lot of products that claim to do a thorough cleaning, CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported. But do they really work?
It’s time for a spring cleanse, and food is the key, especially if you want to look better, feel better, and even shed some pounds.
The study found insomniacs’ brains are different, and those differences may help doctors treat the condition more successfully.