Emmy Award-winning talk show host Sherri Shepherd is known for her wit. Catch her this weekend in NYC!
This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about sinus infections, how to stop hitting the snooze buttons and how to recover from running a marathon — so if you’re participating in this weekend’s New York City Marathon, check out his tips.
“Austin & Ally” star Laura Marano is the latest celeb to join a list of Trick-or-Treat ambassadors that has included Selena Gomez, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Heidi Klum.
October marks the eighth annual Bullying Prevention Month and many professional athletes are lending their voices to the anti-bullying movement. Former NFL player Sean James produced a PSA on the campaign, called ‘Be In The Know About Bullying.’
Brooklyn Shaken & Stirred will take place in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, on October 8th.
Supermodel, TV host and all-around awesome lady Chrissy Teigen was back on The Couch on Friday to help guest host the show. She gave us the details on her wedding to superstar John Legend, her honeymoon and married life.
This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about omega 3 vitamins, flu shots and multiple sclerosis.
In her ninth book, ‘Happy Women Live Better,’ personal and executive coach, Valorie Burton, explores how everyday habits, relationships and time impacts a women’s ability to discover and maintain happiness.
This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about vitamins, epi-pens, how to stop snoring and lowering your cholesterol.
Style expert Noah Levy from VH1′s ‘The Gossip Table’ joined us with picks for great fall footwear.
Miss Delaware 2010, Kayla Martell, is living with alopecia, a condition which causes hair loss. She even competed in pageants without hair.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited Villa Colombia Bakery in Elmhurst, Queens.
The hit show “Person of Interest” will return for its third season next week on CBS. There’s some fresh blood on the show: Sarah Shahi has joined the cast as a series regular. She visited us on The Couch to talk about her role on the show as a former assassin.
In a new weekly segment on The Couch called “Couch Calls,” we answer health questions sent in to the show by our viewers. It’s our take on the old-fashioned doctor “house calls.”
About 50 million Americans face hunger every day — a problem that can seem overwhelming. But there are ways to make a difference. Just ask Lauren Bush Lauren. The model, designer and niece to former President George W. Bush visited The Couch to talk to us about one event taking place in New York City this weekend, aiming to combat hunger.