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Christmas shopping can be expensive and even overwhelming, but consumer expert Johnny McCoy says it doesn't have to be. She offers practical tips on what she calls "busting the traditional holiday shopping myths."
Thoughts of loneliness usually bring to mind little old ladies who live alone, but it affects people from all walks of life -- from the workaholic husband to the self-confident college student.
It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices up - so you pay more for what you buy.
More than 23 million kids in this country ride a school bus every day. They're considered the safest way to get children to school, but a national report shows there's plenty of room for improvement.
Karen Frisch couldn't afford child care, and she didn't want someone else raising her kids, so she and her husband are trying a tag team approach.
Millions of Americans are using a new kind of credit card. It can be swiped from a distance, which makes paying even easier. But a new report claims that the cards may pose a risk for identity theft…
Young girls are entering puberty earlier and earlier. Some girls as young as four and five are showing signs of sexual development.
A new screening test is so effective - it's helping doctors catch what even mammograms miss.
America has some of the most technologically advanced medicine in the world. But at the same time -- millions of Americans are either un-insured or under-insured...
Why do sex predators like this Web site? Here's a warning for children and parents..
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that the long-term side effects of children's cancer treatments are much more common than doctors had thought.
Combining work responsibilities with motherhood can be challenging. A growing number of mothers are developing home businesses to lighten the load. And being a "momprenuer," as it's called, has its own set of challenges and rewards…
As Andrea Garrett explains, an increasing number of colleges are making the tests optional.
A study out today says side impact airbags can reduce driver death by 37 percent.
Parkinson’s Breakthrough Can Give Major Symptom Relief
Eric Nerhus, 41, was collecting shellfish off the coast of Eden, a fishing town south of Sydney, when a white pointer shark suddenly attacked.
Experts believe the new strategies could cut-down on obesity, plus diabetes, which are both linked in part to lack of exercise.
JennaLee Ryan operates an embryo bank in San Antonio. She says the "Abraham Center of Life" is the first of its kind in the world.