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Experts say 18 percent of adolescents are cutting themselves.
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.
For some March Madness fans, emotions can become so intense that it can affect their health, turning the tournament into a fan hazard.
New companies are offering parents the chance to rent high-end clothing at a fraction of the cost to buy.
Daylight Saving Time may have serious health implications for some, making it a difficult, even potentially dangerous change.
Upcoming ATM upgrades will allow you to do everything from apply for a loan, to planning your retirement.
Bogus beauty products may be harmful to your health and they’re being peddled to unsuspecting shoppers online.
A diet calling for daily consumption of chocolate may help you lose weigh while indulging your sweet tooth.
An Upper East Side synagogue is using new facial recognition technology in an effort to increase its security.
More and more businesses are allowing their employees to take weeks, months, even an entire year off from work while still keeping their jobs.
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.
The licensing systems used in many states are so outdated that they don’t allow names that have an apostrophe or hyphenations
A growing number of people are turning to the web to find total strangers with whom to raise children.
High-end, luxury pawn shops are popping up all over, offering loans on some very pricey items.
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.