Finding the love of your life might not have been so hard but is keeping the flame burning tearing you apart? The tips to keep the passion flowing this valentine's day.
Three Big Country residents share their stories of organ donation.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner and we have a great and inexpensive way for you to show someone that you care.
The average woman spends five full days a year in the mirror, that's 120 hours looking at your reflection.But from brushing your hair to applying products, your beauty routine may be costing more than just precious time.
It's been a pretty mild winter. However, that hasn't stopped the dry
weather from taking its toll on our skin. But you don't have to spend
hundreds of dollars on fancy skin care products.
Moms looking to jump back in the work force, may find some careers work better than others.
What's the one electronic device you have with you everywhere you go? The one you just can't leave home without? Your smart phone and cell phone companies know it and, based on what you do with that phone, they know a whole lot more about you, too.
The saying "smiles are contagious," may have more validity than you
think. Researchers found that it only takes milliseconds to
subconsciously catch and feel emotions that are similar to people around
you. But like any common cold, a bad mood can be cured naturally.
This weekend is sure to be a super one. Super bowl XLVI kicks off Sunday
and whether you're tuning in for the commercials or competition, the big
game means big parties across the nation. These top plays that will
make your party a fan favorite.
A disturbing new trend in the way some teenagers are getting drunk. It's
a dangerous mix most parents probably haven't heard about involving
vodka and tampons.
Thousands of jobs are on the line after America Airlines announced a major cut in its work force.
Arlena Thane was in our studio with a project that's fun and good for the environment.
Cooper's ROTC program has a new commander.
If you want good skin, you need to take care of it, but sometimes sudden breakouts and rashes can prevent the healthiest of skin from looking good. And in people with color, it's even tougher, because skin irritations can mean more than just a few pimples.
Most parents try to do the right thing when it comes to their children's safety, but a new study shows they may be cutting corners when it comes to carpools.
Women who have the breast cancer gene are 50 to 80 percent more likely to develop the disease. There's also a good chance they could pass the gene onto their children. The question is, would you tell your child you were a carrier?
It's been the slogan for combating skin cancer in Australia for years, slip, slop, slap: Slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat. Now an Australian doctor is calling for baseball caps to be banned from that country's beaches.
Some older women may not need to get tested for bone loss as often as they think.
Trying to make some positive changes in your health this year? Even if you're watching your diet and exercising more, some cardiologists say you still need a little laughter in your life.
An estimated 220,000 Americans have weight loss surgery every year. That's double the number a decade ago. There are two common types of procedures and a new study has found that one may be more effective.
Does your baby have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. Most parents think sleep issues are a part of infancy that will soon pass, but a new study says differently.
A natural part of aging is a slowing metabolism, making it easier for us to pack on the pounds. But it's not all out of your hands, there are things you can do.
A Food and Drug Administration panel is meeting today to discuss approving a new device that could help people with severe acid reflux.
A fascinating new way for parents to protect the health of their children and all it takes is a tooth.
Why Texas is experiencing a shortage in ADHD medication and how it's affecting patients.
Winter is usually a tough time when it comes to fighting colds and influenza but how can you tell the difference between flu symptoms and the common cold?
If you want your child to get better grades, you may want to make sure they're getting physical activity.
As we head into the new year, many people make resolutions to lose weight and get fit.
The new year rings in a new law in California that's going to limit what medications teenagers can buy at the pharmacy. Other states could follow California's lead because of the dangerous associated with certain over the counter medicines.
For parents, the toy market can be overwhelming. Which toys are actually beneficial for children? Now a new study finds that simple interactive toys can help kids have fun and learn too.
The mother-child relationship has always carried a lot of weight. But now researchers have found that children who are close to their mothers will weigh less later in life.
According to the National Institutes of Health, the average person puts on one to two pounds during the winter holidays. But many times it's not what's on your plate, but what's in your glass.
Non-profit group "Glamour Gals" come together to help elderly women look and feel good.
New rail road tracks are being laid down in the Big Country.
Now's a good time to look at ways to avoid injury and health problems during the winter months.
With a new year about to start, you may be thinking of new ways to spice up your exercise routine. There is a new way to do that by learning some new circus tricks.
A new snack for people with nut allergies is putting Minnesota town on the map. There's product that makes you think you're eating nuts but you're not.
In today's Smart Woman Report we have tips on things you can do to help prevent skin irritation in the winter.
Going through breast cancer treatment can be physically tough on a woman.
But now researchers are finding it can also be tough on her mental capabilities.
A FDA panel is considering whether new warning labels should be added to newer generation birth control pills. Some studies have show certain pills can put women at higher risk for serious blood clots.
The holidays are a time to spread good cheer. They're also prime time
for scammers to cruise social media sites. They're on the hunt for your
money and your personal information.
Parents want to feed their children nutritious food in the morning, but a new report says that many children's cereals have too much sugar.
Want an easy way to help you lose weight? Some researchers now say the color of your plate can control your appetite.
First it was apple juice, now it's rice. A new study shows arsenic found in rice could pose a health risk, especially to pregnant women.
The city of Abilene's community Christmas tree officially turned on for the first time tonight.
One teen has missed or was late to class 66 times last year. Things got so bad, doctors wanted to know why he was sleeping more than twelve hours a night. We share what they found and what parents can learn.
Flooding at Sweetwater High School has caused the school to cancel classes for tomorrow.
We spoke with a woman who really appreciates the meaning of volunteering.
More and more babies are getting flat heads from sleeping on their backs. Now The American Academy of Pediatrics is releasing guidelines for the syndrome.
Dyess commanders served their annual meal to airmen and their families today.