How Much Sugar Is In That?

When we eat foods that contain a lot of sugar, a massive amount of dopamine is released in the brain and that my friends, makes us feel good and makes us want more of the sweet stuff. Sugar can not only increase your waistline, it can wreck you teeth. Dr. Scott Shamblott stopped to help us play a game we call, "how much sugar is in that?"!

4/12 Host Chat

Elizabeth and Steve talk about a article that found that black licorice is the most popular jelly bean flavor in the country. Plus, Steve is excited about his fall cruise with Carrousel and you're invited to join him! Get the details here.

Emily and Elizabeth On The Hunt for the Easter Bunny

Caleb Smith was on the internet when he spotted an ad on Craigslist that was selling bunnies. He was worried about people not taking care of them properly, so he decided to do something about it. He and his family bought the bunnies and started STEM Bunnies. It's a way for them to not only educate folks about bunnies, but it also keeps them safe.

Unique Easter Eggs Ideas

Do you have any rubber cement lying around the house? What about some old neck ties? If the answer is yes, TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson says you've got the tools to wow the kids and adults this Easter. Kelli got crafty in the kitchen with her two girls and found some mom-approved ways to create uniquely dyed Easter eggs this year.

Treating Urinary Incontinence

If you're a Real Housewives fan, you probably remember Lisa Rinna talking about her infamous Depends ad. She banked $2-million for being in the commercial and she says it's actually her most criticized role. Dr. Lisa from Wayzata Cosmetic Surgery & Spa says women should ditch the adult diapers and get to the root of the problem instead.

4/11 Host Chat

Steve and Elizabeth chat about a goat yoga studio in Arizona. Then Steve tries out a neti pot. And they tried to learn different access from a fun Buzzfeed video.

Home Shopping: Cities vs. Suburbs

The location of your home is an important decision when deciding what to buy. What you can get for the money varies greatly whether you buy your home in the city or if you go to the suburbs. Julie and Daniel Desrochers from Desrochers Realty Group show us a few examples.