Pregnancy problems seem to be plaguing women at a younger age. More and more couples are seeking infertility treatments. Helping us understand it all this morning is women’s health expert and Dr. Evelyn Minaya.
Dermatologist Jeanine Downie from Image Dermatology in Montclair, N.J., visited The Couch with some useful tips on how to help you look as good as you feel.
You’re shallow. You’re a slut. You’re a liar. You’re a mess. Sounds harsh, right? But according to a new book, these are just some of the reasons you’re not married yet.
In an industry where the good ol’ boys run the show, once in a while a female artist rises up to take a stand. The former Bruce Springsteen cover band singer, Maggie Rose and her band are kicking down doors and taking names!
“I thought it was my teeth. I had no idea that my life was actually in danger,” said patient Ginny Coleman.
WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack interviewed founder Arianna Huffington about a big story involving sugar daddies, overcoming fear, and much more.
A deranged man attacked two women with a tomahawk hatchet and a knife in Union, N.J. on Friday morning, police said.
It has long been taboo, but now is a growing trend: Moms drinking for two. And believe it or not, some doctors say drinking alcohol while pregnant might not be so bad.
For years women and young girls have put up with cat calls, lewd comments and much worse on the streets. Now they’re fighting back stronger than ever.
Police Capt. Peter Leach told the Democrat and Chronicle of Rochester that the fight involved neighbors on a Rochester street.
A new poll shows Richard Blumenthal’s lead over McMahon has grown to double-digits in the U.S. Senate race in Connecticut.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) – An old drug may become a new treatment for menopause. A new study found Gabapentin, a drug used to treat seizures and pain, may help cool hot flashes in post-menopausal […]
Vogue, step aside. The NFL is going from the gridiron to the runway with fashion advice to help female fans wear their team colors everywhere from tailgates to posh nightclubs.
It’s news many women have been waiting to hear – researchers are now testing a new, potentially safer way to prevent pregnancies. The race is on to develop a low-dose birth control patch
Did you hear WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack interview Anemona Hartocullis of the New York Times?