Imagine a world where even touch is too painful to bear. That is what life is life for thousands suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
One in three American seniors die with a form of dementia, according to a new report from the Alzheimer’s Association.
Technology used to defend our country to spot and target deadly missiles has now been adapted to spot a deadly target on our skin.
It’s a problem that affects 60 percent of people at some point in their lives: snoring.
Flu cases are on the rise across the country. CBS2’s Lisa Sigell explains the signs of the flu virus compared to the average cold.
Ever had food poisoning? Trust us, it’s not pretty.
Women everywhere are talking about the newest beauty obsession. “BB cream” stands for blemish balm or beauty balm, a product that really took off in Asia when Korean celebrities said it’s what made their flawless skin so flawless.
They may have to change that phrase about ducks taking to water.
Beauty Bus Foundation offers chronically or terminally ill men, women and children and their caregivers a rare opportunity to forget their troubles and pamper themselves.
You may not know her name, but if you’re a parent in California, you’ve been affected by her work.State Senator Sharon Runner, along with her husband, were the driving force behind Jessica’s law – the strongest sexual predator laws in the nation. And while she’s used to fighting for a cause, fighting for her life was something much different. CBS2’s Lisa Sigell has her exclusive story.
Having a baby changes everything. But for one in five mothers those changes involve a serious, and often silent disease — postpartum depression. Now, more moms are fighting that fate by putting a new spin on an age-old practice.
Its normal to sweat a little, but people who suffer from hyperhidrosis sweat so much that it often leaves them feeling self-conscious and frustrated. MiraDry is a new device that promises to put an end to excessive sweating.
It was an amazing performance that got the Grammy audience on their feet.
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.