Seen At 11: Thrill-Seekers Hop On 'Extreme Kidnapping' TrendHave recent real-life kidnappings inspired a bizarre fascination with the very serious crime?
Seen At 11: Discount Spices Aren't Always What They SeemSome discount spices may be mixed with other ingredients that you may not be expecting, experts say.
Seen At 11: Can Relying On Technology Cause 'Digital Amnesia?'Experts say using your smart phone as an extension of your brain to store things like birth dates and passwords is leading to what's known as "digital amnesia."
Seen At 11: CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Finds The 'Reflux Fix'As many as 7 million people in the United States are affected by heartburn, also known as acid reflux and GERD.
Seen At 11: What Does It Mean To 'Live Like A Millennial?'Millennials, or people in their 20s and 30s, are said to be the driving force of the times -- impacting fashion, culture and even the economy.
Seen At 11: Viagra For Children? How Experts Say The Drug Can Save Young LivesMillions of men credit Viagra for saving their sex lives, but nearly two decades after hitting the market, Viagra is now being credited for literally saving the lives -- of children.
Seen At 11: Luxury Lockdown Rooms Hiding In Plain SightThe panic room has come a long way since the 2002 of the same name.
Seen At 11: Off-Campus Student Housing Horror StoriesFlooded basements, moldy walls, broken appliances, and bug infestations -- all conditions that have also been found in off-campus housing.
Seen At 11: State Urges New Yorkers To Beware Of Plant That Can Cause BurnsGiant Hogweed is considered one of the most dangerous plants to take over New York and surrounding states, experts say.
Seen At 11: Move Over Man Caves, Women Are Setting Up ‘She Sheds’ Of Their OwnFor years, men have had man caves. Their very own hideaways to get away from it all.
Seen At 11: Should Body Painting Be Considered Art Or Public Nudity?Artists say a full body paint generally takes anywhere between 8 and 12 hours and they actually use waterproof makeup.
Seen At 11: Deadly Dangers Of Drinking Too Much WaterDrinking water in excessive amounts actually killed 28-year-old Jennifer Strange, who was participating in a radio contest to drink as much water as possible to win a gaming system.

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