Seen At 11: Some Families Use Security Cameras For More Than Just SafetyThese days, in-home security cameras are being used for more than just safety. New technology has made it easier for families to stay in touch than ever before.
Experts Weigh In On Valentine's Day Gift-Giving -- And Getting What You WantJust one week remained until Valentine’s Day as of Friday, and for many couples, finding the perfect gift – or making sure your partner knows what to get you – can be a challenge.
Study: Designer Handbags Send A Firm Message To Other WomenResearchers studying what women buy - and why - found expensive handbags send a very distinct message: stay away from my man.
Seen At 11: Married, But Living ApartYou fall in love, get married, and move into separate homes? Such an arrangement is growing in popularity with couples who say living apart is what's keeping them together
Seen At 11: There's A Market For Everything -- You Can Even Buy An AlibiNeed an excuse to avoid visiting family? How about a reason to call in sick? Maybe you need to pretend you're somewhere that you're not? Now you can buy a customized cover-up for any scenario, an affair, and more.
Seen At 11: Put On Your Best Facebook FaceWhether you post your own photographs online or friends tag you in others, millions of people use social medial to stay in touch. And to look their very best, many women are opting for cosmetic procedures to have the perfect profile for Facebook.
Study: Hormonal Contraceptives Could Wreck RelationshipsThere’s a surprising new study out about men, women and birth control. Scientists say the pill and other contraceptives could take an unexpectedly heavy toll on your relationship.
Columbia Students Sound Off On Northwestern's Live Sex Ed ClassNew York City college students weighed in on the controversy Thursday after learning of a sex education demonstration at one of the nation’s more revered universities.
'Thermostat Wars' Can Turn Up Heat On RelationshipsFreezing temperatures can lead to another problem known as the "thermostat tug of war." You know how it goes: you feel cold, but your spouse says it's too hot in the house.
Study: Can Money Buy Happiness?You've heard it a thousand times: Money can't buy happiness. So why do so many people continue to try and accumulate riches? New studies examine the correlation between big bucks and bliss.