About 1,500 runners are putting their foot down in the fight against neuromuscular disease.
Technological advances have made it possible to give older women a change to conceive a child.
As part of the “Build Smart Breathe Easier” asthma education campaign, an international pharmaceutical company is building four homes with asthma-healthy features for low-income families affected by the disease.
CBS2 and KCAL9 Health Reporter Lisa Sigell finds the hottest thing in the battle against pain is cryotherapy — the use of cold temperatures to shock the body into better health. She even stepped inside a cryo-chamber to give it a try.
CBS2′s Lisa Sigell stepped into The Detox Market, a Venice shop that carries toxin-free and hard to find health and beauty products from across the world. Best of all, a trip through the aisles won’t break the bank.
Tired? Moody? Hot flashes? It sounds like menopause but doctors say men can experience their own version of hormonal change which some are calling “man-opause”.
You have seen the lean, tone bodies of ballet dancers, but have you ever wondered where they get them? Well some dancers are teaching classes in L.A. to help you get your own “ballet bod”.
Skin guru Dr. Howard Murad has dedicated his life to improving people’s skin and years of experience have taught him that it’s lifestyle, not genetics, that’s the main factor behind wrinkles.
Funny, loving, giving, supportive and oh so talented. Those are words that come to mind when I think of my father.
A breakthrough in the treatment being used to manage Parkinson’s Disease. Gene therapy might also one day be used to treat epilepsy.
Whole Foods Market has made eating healthier easy with a new program called “Health Starts Here.”
Losing your hair? Well it’s time to shed a little light on baldness and thinning hair.
Sleep Apnea is typically diagnosed in a sleep center, but now there is a much cheaper option — an at-home test.
Between decorating the tree, hanging stockings and frosting cookies… the holidays can be a lot to juggle. And with the fun can come the post-party guilt and the post-party bloat.
One in three Americans has heart disease and many may not even know it. If you feel you could be at risk but can’t afford or make time for a check-up, the “Heart Beat Bus” could be your solution.