There are 30,000 Americans living with cystic fibrosis, a life threatening disease that affects the lungs and digestive system.
On Sunday, thousands of people will walk through Manhattan to raise awareness for cystic fibrosis.
A game of strategy that helps set the stage for success at a Queens elementary school has parents lining up to enroll their kids.
Your flowering favorites may be harder to find this spring – not because of blight, but because supply just can’t keep up with demand.
Firefighters in New Jersey are on the scene of a house fire that was started by a strike of lighting.
One in four adolescents is likely to acquire a sexually transmitted disease, according to the first ever Youth Sexual Health Plan released by New York State.
As more than 30,000 people walked through Central Park on Sunday in support of those living with HIV and AIDS, organizers said the demise of the AIDS epidemic is within reach.
Doreen Morano was fighting back tears of joy Friday as her 13-year-old daughter Melanie graduated with 12 others — not from high school, but from Canine Companions for Independence.
By human standards, the three bear cubs were having the worst week of their life. They were orphaned on Tuesday when their mother was euthanized for breaking into a West Milford home.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2’s Vanessa Murdock and Diane Macedo introduce us to Beauty and Harley, who are looking for homes.
A Brooklyn school is taking its battle against bullying into the digital age. An app called Bridg-iT is intended to bully-proof schools by allowing students to report what they hear anonymously.
Building a library is no easy task, but a group of Upper West Side students plan to do just that – for free.
“Dirty, disgusting, pornographic” is how 16-year-old Noah Lazarovitch described the book, “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” which is a New York Times best seller and Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Junot Diaz.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2’s Vanessa Murdock and Diane Macedo introduce us to Michael and Jo-Dee, who are looking for homes.
Parents spend thousands of dollars to keep their kids safe, but new information shows one big expense may not be worth it. Those helmets that are supposed to prevent babies from getting flat heads may not be working