Chef Kelly Boyer knows, first hand, how important healthy eating is.
What once seemed like science fiction is now a reality that is helping a wounded former U.S. Marine change his life.
“When you have a dysfunction in a part of your body, it will show up on your face,” Dr. Mao says.
Hollywood often wraps the idea of sex and sexuality around youth, but author Iris Krasnow says she’s fascinated by the sexual exploration that’s happening in older generations.
Stem cell therapy saved the eyesight of a Fountain Valley mother.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued an alert that a routine procedure to treat fibroids may cause the spread of cancer.
Neotensil is helping women say goodbye to tired, puffy eyes.
For Kylie Ibarra, there is no dog more special than her best friend, Dozer, a 9-year-old boxer/pitbull mix.
Many women are lacing up corsets in order to lose weight and get a more shapely figure.
Dr. Lydie Hazan spoke to CBS2′s Lisa Sigell about her experience treating patients with Apimed, otherwise known as standardized and purified “venom in a vial”.
A new report finds that women in their 60s are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease compared to breast cancer.
The 4.4-magnitude earthquake that struck the Southland Monday has rattled residents’ nerves, which could impact their mental health.
“It’s a song about getting through the struggles of life and about looking on the positive side of things,” says Kevin Clayton, Quattro’s manager.
A 62-year-old woman is touting how a West Hollywood clinic, which aids low-income residents and those who are uninsured, helped her battle breast cancer.
A Culver City woman shared her battle with breast cancer in a video diary she posted on YouTube.