A teenager who covers presidential debates for online documentaries; a study of youths using cough and cold medicine recreationally; information on virtual playgrounds; chef Michael Psilakis prepares a Greek menu; Sara Bareilles performs.
Former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro discusses whether the country is ready for a female president; health benefits of tea vs. coffee; massage techniques for couples; nontraditional flowers for Valentine's Day; Tamia performs.
Children's sports injuries; quarterback Dan Marino discusses Miami; football players James Brown, Shannon Sharpe and Boomer Esiason discuss the Super Bowl; Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb demonstrates throwing a football; the Indigo Girls perform.
Summer skin care; how much allowance to give children; making spring cleaning easier; resolving a disagreement; a loungewear fashion show; Brandi Carlile performs; making an Italian meal for four on a $40 budget.
The health risks and benefits of eating tuna; advice on buying or leasing a new vehicle; author Daniel Silva ("The Secret Servant"); handling bothersome office behavior; chef Gordon Hamersley; Ryan Shaw performs.
Health news; saving technological gadgets from water damage; saving money on school supplies; fall fashion; a meal using fresh ingredients from a farmers market costs less than $40; Martina McBride performs.
Lowering one's taxes; creating table decorations with autumn fruits and gourds; essential winter wardrobe items for women; the Hearty Boys prepare a casual fall meal on a $40 budget; Emily King performs.
Staying motivated while trying to lose weight; making last-minute Halloween costumes using common household items; high-tech music lessons; chef Julian Medina celebrates the Day of the Dead; Peabo Bryson performs.
Symptoms, consequences and treatment of sleep apnea; exercises to help control weight during the holidays; buying books for children; chef Michael Lomonaco prepares dinner for four; Mindy Smith performs.
Exercise myths and facts; making the perfect bed; finding time for family dinners; protecting oneself from identity theft on the Internet; Phoebe Snow performs; chef Roy Finamore prepares a three-course meal.
The Power Plate workout; food for flat abs; designer Carmen Marc Valvo discusses an art competition for cancer survivors; author Mary Jane Clark ("Lights Out Tonight"); Cheyenne Kimball performs; chef Jean-Pierre Brehier.
Five types of pain one should not ignore; election results and reactions; career advice for recent college-graduates; author John Van Epp ("How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk"); Shawn Colvin performs; cookbook author John Willoughby.
Selecting a pharmacy; quick and efficient clean-up after a holiday celebration; reuniting a couple, separated by war, via video link; financial advice; Gladys Knight performs; chef Lidia Bastianich prepares an Italian Christmas dinner.
Erectile dysfunction medications; dentistry for pets; exercises for couples; beauty, hair and skin products; Taking Advantage; family counselor Mike Riera answers viewer questions; Chef on a Shoestring.
Raising LDL cholesterol levels; Brian Edler competes in Italy's World Pizza Championship; spring house-hunting; exercises target bathing-suit problem areas; Melissa Manchester performs; chef Fabrizio Aielli.
The latest news from the Bush administration; actress Kim Zimmer; family and adolescence counselor Mike Riera; folk singers Peter, Paul and Mary; the second "Survivor: All Stars" millionaire; chef Marcus Samuelsson.
Living with breast cancer (Part 6 of 6); breast cancer treatments and pregnancy; online breast cancer resources; author Sarah Ferguson ("What I Know Now"); actor Enrique Murciano; Kathleen Edwards performs.
Treating pregnancy-related problems; buying lumber; P. Allen Smith discusses homemade garden remedies; author Jacquelyn Mitchard ("Twelve Times Blessed"); actor James Marsden ("X2: X-Men United"); chef Norman Van Aken.
Author Marian Keyes ("Sushi for Beginners"); musical performance from "Gypsy"; building a brick barbecue grill; Ziggy Marley performs; chef Stanley Wong; Mark Knoller reports from President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas.
Mark Knoller reports on President George W. Bush's trip to Africa; counselor Mike Reira answers parents' questions; fitness ball; chef Stephanie Pearl Kimmel prepares a three-course meal for less than $30.
Children's rashes; actor/director John Leguizamo ("Undefeated"); people bring their dogs to work; Pilates instructor Sarah Picot demonstrates post-pregnancy exercises; Jo Dee Messina performs; chef Waldy Malouf.