Leonard Nimoy — a legend in the world of television, film, stage and the arts — passed away just 2 ½ months ago. He was known to generations of fans as Mr. Spock on “Star Trek,” but to his daughter, he was so much more. Tonight, Julie Nimoy shared with our Lisa Sigell precious memories of her father, never-before-seen photos, and how she is fulfilling one of his final wishes in an exclusive interview.
A local mother’s health concerns prompted her to cut her family off from wireless and wants more research conducted into the safety of WiFi.
Loma Linda is a place where people live an average of 10 years longer than the average American and are 10 times more likely to make it to the age 100. CBS2’s Lisa Sigell went deep inside the Southern California community to learn about the secret to longevity.
A mysterious rash that has many people searching for answers could be coming from products used daily including ones labeled “hypoallergenic” and even “gentle.”
While doctors say a little soreness after a flu shot is perfectly normal, these victims developed serious orthopedic injuries.
Experts say many women find out about crucial changes to their body through their loved ones. They say couples can work together for early detection.
Most of us have a teacher who changed us in a profound way and Polly Roberts is that teacher for a group of art students at UCLA.
“Heaven forbid rock stars have brains,” Morissette said.
A Southland firefighter wants to warn others about a prescription drug that he says poisoned him and stripped him of the ability to do what he loves.
A cancer diagnosis may mean changes to every aspect of one’s life, including skin care, and one local woman has made it her mission to help patients find their glow again.
Flotation therapy is offering a wide-range of benefits for some who’ve experienced everything from pain relief to a better night’s sleep.
Thousands are expected to participate in the Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure® next month.
For many women, mood swings and pain are a monthly ordeal, but in some cases the cramping may be so severe women are taking drastic measures to find relief from the pain.
If medical bills are overwhelming you, or you have tried and failed to fight a bill or been denied coverage, there is help.
A Moorpark couple who lost their daughter to bacterial meningitis is speaking for the first time in hope that lives may be saved through their story.