Beauty alert: Everyday items that age your skin
Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe breaks down what to avoid in order to keep your skin looking younger live on "GMA."
Rejuvenation nation: Expert health and wellness tips to kick off the new year
Dr. Whitney Bowe and dietitian Maya Feller share their top tips for how to get healthy from the inside out in 2018.
New Year's resolutions: Nutritionist's tips for staying healthy from the inside out in 2018
New Year, new you. For 2018, many have thoughts of New Year resolutions, including better health and nutrition. " Good Morning America " tapped nutritionist Maya Feller for her insights on three areas of health that should be a priority for people in 2018. Good health starts on the inside,
Dermatologist shares her top home remedies for dry skin on 'GMA'
Dr. Whitney Bowe breaks down her top tips for preventing and treating dry skin this winter using products you can find at the grocery store.
New superfood, at-home workouts among hottest wellness trends to watch in 2018
If you kick off 2018 by drinking a smoothie made with moringa and nondairy yogurt after working out at home, you will be right on trend. Those three items -- at-home workouts, moringa and alternative yogurts -- are three of the buzziest health and wellness trends to watch in the New Year, according
Predicting 2018's wellness trends: At-home workouts, moringa and alternative yogurts
The co-founders of the website Well+Good appear live on "GMA" to discuss what they predict will be the hottest health trends in the new year.
Margot Robbie and Tonya Harding walk the red carpet at 'I, Tonya' premiere
We begin with Margot Robbie looking amazing on the red carpet in L.A. On Tuesday night. Wow! At the premiere of her film "I on Tonya" her portrayal of Tonya Harding getting lots of Oscar buzz. These photos looking smashing in Versace standing side by side with the real-life Tonya Harding. The duo
Debunking the health myths surrounding apple cider vinegar
What is the science behind the reports that apple cider vinegar is good for your digestion, skin and hair?
First responders rush to stop a suicidal man in Manhattan
To the index and first responders rushing in to stop a man threatening to jump. The 29-year-old on the Manhattan bridge here in New York, police on one side there, attempting to talk him down when other officers move in from behind and pull him to safety. The man was taken to the hospital for help.