SnowCare for Troops is a free service for military families that not many people seem to be aware of.
Furry boots have become one of the most popular footwear choices out there, but for some, they can eventually lead to foot problems.
The New Year has many people fired up about losing weight and some men and women are getting results using a pregnancy hormone diet but is it safe?
What if your clothes could actually help you burn calories and build muscle? It could happen. As CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports some companies are now marketing new lines that they say enable you to “wear your workout.”
It’s probably on your New Year’s resolution list: save more money! The big question is how in this economy? CBS 2’s Susan Carlson has three easy suggestions on how to build our bank accounts painlessly.
As CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports, the men’s grooming industry is growing 8 percent a year, while the women’s market has actually declined during the recession.
Imagine having an irresistible urge to eat chunks of dirt. The condition known as pica actually happens to some people — particularly pregnant women, as CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports.
It seems like everything is going to cost more in 2011. And with the holidays in the rearview mirror, you can expect some sticker shock at the store, too. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson takes a look at what you can expect to pay more for in 2011.
The trend upsets some consumers who don’t want to become part of a company’s marketing database.
The winter weather is making some of us yearn for the sun, and maybe a beach. Now you can find discounts on travel and hotels on members-only websites. CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports on how to make them work for you.
Staci Gerardi started Christmas shopping months ago. She got all of her presents worth about $500 but only spent $30 total.
What’s in your wallet? Probably both a credit card and a debit card. As CBS 2′s Susan Carlson reports, more Americans are choosing one form of plastic over the other. But is that always the best choice for you?
Display models or slightly used goods can command some serious discounts at the store, but usually with the warranties and return policies of new items.
A family therapist says married couples must learn to compromise over the indoor temperature to avoid trouble.
Frequent texting could lead to injury. CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports on a new condition that some doctors have dubbed “texting thumb.”
The reasons why men and women cheat on their partners are very different. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson explains.
There are many reasons for infidelity, but as CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports, some risk factors may make your relationship more vulnerable.
Mustard, ketchup and sauerkraut can have redeeming nutritional values.
Sara Vanderzee found ways to eat better while spending less than $125 per week on her family grocery bill.
It’s standard for homeowners to have insurance, but a recent survey found most people have no idea what their policies cover or how to make sure they get the policy’s maximum benefits.