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Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

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John Gamberling Interview

Actor John Gamberling from NBC’s ‘Marry Me’ stops by to talk about his comedy hit, and brings a preview of the upcoming Valentine’s Day episode. John also talks about his wife, comedian Andrea Rosen and how he met her on the comedy circuit in New York. He actually had a crush on her for years before getting up the courage to actually ask her out! They eventually got married in Brooklyn and now they have two young children.

Don't miss John Gemberling on 'Marry Me,' Tuesdays 9/8c on NBC

Follow John on Twitter @Gemberlicking


Rules for Jewels

Kym’s Rules for Jewels

Kym Douglas talks about rules for jewels when it comes to necklaces. If you are a full figured woman, avoid necklaces that lay on the breast line. If you are tall and thin, choker necklaces may make you appear shorter. Choker necklaces are best on rectangular faces since they reduce the length of the face.

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


DIY Love Marquee

DIY Love Marquee

Nicole Farb, founder of Darby Smart shows Home & Family how to make a DIY Love Marquee just in time for Valentine’s Day. Nicole credits the success of her store to being a perfect place for craft inspiration. Darby Smart kits range from $14 - $99 and the DIY Love Marquee starts at $19.

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Discover more crafty projects at DarbySmart.com


Creme Brûlée French Toast

Jessica Collins Bakes French Toast

The star of ‘Young and the Restless,’ Jessica Collins shows off her cooking skills in the Home & Family kitchen. Before she gets to her Creme Brûlée French Toast, she talks about her character Avery Baley Clark. Jessica has a huge love of cooking and even graduated from Cordon Bleu cooking college with honors. She advises using day-old bread when making this decadent dish.

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Don't miss Jessica on 'Young and the Restless' weekdays on CBS

Get more cooking tips from Jessica at her blog, JessicaCollins.com


Tips To Start A Healthy Lifestyle

Heart Healthy Fitness and Nutrition

February is heart-health month and that means it is the perfect time to get your family on track with fitness and nutrition. Fitness and nutrition expert Latreal Mitchell explains that Meta’s heart health benefits add psyllium to your diet and lower your cholesterol and keep your blood sugar stable. Meta comes in powder, wafers and health bars and helps you feel less hungry between meals.

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Get more fitness tips at LatrealMitchell.com

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The Company Men

The Company Men talk about how their singing group first formed in 2011, when they decided to quit their day jobs and start a singing group. The guys open up about having integrity, respect and wanting to set an example for their own children. The band is all about being modern gentlemen and being inspired by the sounds of yesterday and mashing them up with the music of today.

Follow Twitter at @TheCompanyMen

Purchase The Company Men's latest album, #throwbackPOP at iTunes

Watch the band's latest music videos at TheCompanyMen.com


Getting a Better Night Sleep

Matt Iseman MD gives pointers on how we can all get a better night’s sleep. He advises limiting light from televisions and electronic devices. The light is keeping your mind more active, when you should be concentrating on shutting down and getting ready to sleep. Some helpful tips include keeping the bedroom cool, using a humidifier and going to sleep at the same time every night.

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Follow Matt on Twitter @MattIseman


AARP’s Movies from Grown-Ups

Debbie covers the red carpet for the AARP event celebrating the ‘Movies for Grown-Ups Award Gala.’ Debbie talks to Chris McDonald, Maria Shriver, Joan Collins and many more celebrities on the red carpet. Debbie is joined by West Coast Editor of AARP Magazine, Meg Grant, who explains that Hollywood should remember how important it is to make movies for adults. The gala is now a fundraiser, which helps to benefit the LA Kitchen to feed the older homeless.

Get more from AARP at AARP.com

Get information on LA Kitchen at LAKitchen.org

Follow AARP's Movies For Grown-Ups on Twitter @Movies4GrownUps


DIY Monster Themed Kid’s Room Accessories

Tanya Memme is back to show you how to create a monster-themed kid’s room. Tanya says it is important to draw out your idea first so you get everything to match. Find out your color-scheme, as well. You can make your own Monster Trash Can for $50.

Get the DIY instructions here >>

Follow Tanya on Facebook at Facebook.com/TanyaMemme