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    This new tech device can read your mind

    What if a new technology could read your mind? Well researchers at one Massachusetts Institute of Technology are working on something that can kinda do that.

  • Atrial fibrillation is a common heart condition that often appears as an irregular heartbeat. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    AFib safer to treat thanks to procedure at Phoenix hospital

    Atrial Fibrillation is a common heart condition that often appears as an irregular heartbeat. Treating it just got safer to treat thanks to a groundbreaking procedure available at Abrazo's Heart Hospital in Phoenix.

  • This is not a cafe in Amsterdam but a new lounge right here in Phoenix that is dedicated to a marijuana lifestyle. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Marijuana lounge opens in Phoenix

    Sip a cup of coffee, buy some swanky clothing and smoke some weed? This is not a cafe in Amsterdam but a new lounge right here in Phoenix that is dedicated to a marijuana lifestyle.

  • An East Valley business owner and patent attorney speaks out against child abuse after growing up abused by his father and an administrator at his school. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Arizona child abuse victim hopes his story will help others

    An East Valley business owner and patent attorney speaks out against child abuse after growing up abused by his father and an administrator at his school.

  • April is National Car Care Month and it should also serve as a reminder to not only get your car tuned up but to also do your homework if you are in the market to buy another car. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    April is National Car Care Month: Tips to save your A/C and not buy a lemon

    April is National Car Care Month and it should also serve as a reminder to not only get your car tuned up but to also do your homework if you are in the market to buy another car.

  • As we get older, a lot of us are looking for ways to improve our health and sometimes that means trying older, homeopathic remedies like bone broth. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Looking to improve your health as you get older? Consider bone broth

    As we get older, a lot of us are looking for ways to improve our health and sometimes that means trying to older, homeopathic remedies like bone broth.

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    Mosquito mistakes: What your doing to attract them

    They spread disease, ruin your BBQ and the warm weather is giving them new life! Mosquito season is here in Arizona!

  • These hackers I met with are students at the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Tempe hacking experts offer advice to keep you cyber safe

    To keep you safer in the digital age, I sat down with some of the best hackers in the country right here in the Valley.

  • It's called the "juice cleanse of the beauty world," and now is the perfect time to give dry brushing a try. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Dry brushing away allergies, cellulite and toxins

    It's called the "juice cleanse of the beauty world," and now is the perfect time to give dry brushing a try.

  • There are more than a dozen streaming services out there like Netflix and Hulu, but which to choose or lose? (Source: Netflix/Hulu/Amazon)

    So many streaming options, which to choose

    There are more than a dozen streaming services out there like Netflix and Hulu, but which to choose or lose? The CBS 5 This Morning crew took a look at which ones offer what, to make sure you are getting the most bang for your buck.

  • If you have breast implants or know someone who does you're at a higher risk of getting a specific type of lymphoma, according to the FDA. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Breast implants linked to lymphoma

    If you have breast implants or know someone who does you're at a higher risk of getting a specific type of lymphoma, according to the FDA.

  • 12 tax scams you'll want to avoid

    Here are 12 of the biggest tax scams the IRS is flagging this year.

  • The bandage has built-in bacteria fighting and reduces infections, unlike bandages you buy at the store. (Source: Grand Canyon University)

    GCU students develop 3D printed, infection fighting bandage

    Some very special honors students at Grand Canyon University are hard at work on a medical breakthrough: a low-cost, 3D printed hydro colloidal bandage!

  • While in New York, CBS 5 This Morning's Yetta Gibson got a chance to sit down with CBS This Morning's Gayle King. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Yetta Gibson sits down with CBS This Morning's Gayle King

    A few weeks ago, the CBS 5 This Morning team traveled to New York to shoot promotional commercials with the team at CBS This Morning. While there, anchor Yetta Gibson sat down with Gayle King.

  • Colon Cancer Awareness Month: Screenings are easier, and spotting early signs is key

    Colon cancer is the second leading cause of death in America for both men and women, and more cases are being diagnosed every year.  

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    Working after 65: Things to keep in mind

    For many of us, the retirement age is a moving target. The magic number used to be 65, but lots of us are living and working longer.

  • Wildlife World Zoo: hedgehogs

    Kristi from Wildlife World Zoo brought a couple of cute hedgehogs. The African Pygmy Hedgehogs are nocturnal and eat insects.

  • With midterm elections fast approaching, there is concern about election hacking in Arizona after received a "D" grade on election security. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Tempe cybersecurity expert breaks down vulnerabilities in paper voting

    With midterm elections fast approaching, there is concern about election hacking in Arizona after received a "D" grade on election security.

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    Is colloidal silver helpful or hurtful? A look at benefits and warnings

    If you had the flu this season, or you're prone to getting chronic colds, you may be looking for alternative ways to stay healthy. 

  • Dr. Ed Lamadrid shows how tapping can help alleviate stress. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Tapping therapy empowering patients

    Tapping therapy, also known as emotional freedom technique, is a take-off of Chinese acupuncture, targeting specific points on the body to help patients address both emotional and physical stressors.

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    A few days at CBS News in the Big Apple

    A few days in the big city! The other day I took a trip to New York City along with my team members of CBS 5 This Morning.

  • It's a medical breakthrough that's being called truly "transformative" by a world-renowned cancer doctor here in Phoenix. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Breakthrough treatment for tough to treat cancer now being used at Phoenix hospital

    It's a medical breakthrough that's being called truly "transformative" by a world-renowned cancer doctor here in Phoenix. It's called CAR-T cellular therapy and only one hospital in the entire state has been approved to perform the procedure on its patients.

  • The Arizona State Archives places books in freezers to preserve them. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Arizona State Archives use science, skill to preserve state history

    Most of us would never put a book in a freezer, but it happens all the time in one state building. Behind the scene of the Arizona State Archives, walking the long, industrial corridors, you almost feel like a spy movie was filmed here.  

  • If your city neighborhood is starting to look more like a farm, you're not alone. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Raising backyard chickens becoming more popular in Arizona

    If your city neighborhood is starting to look more like a farm, you're not alone. More urban residents are blurring the line between city and country living, all in the name of health.

  • Here are some things you can do for not much money that will likely keep the bad guys away. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Securing your home on a budget

    If you're one of the many who hasn't invested in any type of home surveillance system, you're not alone.