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    The annual doctor’s office physical is getting a high tech upgrade. Doctors at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital have created Lab100, combining a traditional checkup with technology including 3-D body scans and virtual reality to give you a better understanding of your health.

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    With 2018 winding down, now is the time to give yourself a financial checkup. Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has tips on how to save money and take control of your finances, before the year ends.

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    Looking for budget-friendly ideas to creating a beautiful home? Whether you’re fixing up an old space or getting started with a new one, Bravo’s Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia have suggestions that won’t break the bank.

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    Sometimes the fun stuff is among the difficult stuff to buy. If you’re not sure what the kids will be clamoring for this holiday season, we have some tips. Jackie Breyer of Toy Insider has the latest and hottest holiday toys that you may not have heard of, but your kids could be putting on their list.

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    About 164 million Americans will be hitting the stores this holiday 5-day weekend. But with the stock market taking a hit the last two months, will this affect consumers spending this holiday season? Retail expert Jan Kniffen has the latest on what’s working in retail.

  • The gift of gadgets

    What if you have a tech-savvy someone you’re shopping for, but you’re stumped on what to get? CNET Senior Editor Dan Ackerman has the latest affordable technology gifts and items you might not know about to surprise that gadget lover on your list.

  • IRA for kids

    Your children can build a successful retirement even before they’re old enough to join the workforce full-time. One way is to start and fund a Roth IRA for kids. Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has run the numbers showing how an Individual Retirement Account for a kid can pay big dividends in their future

  • Small biz, big deals

    The kickoff to the holiday shopping isn’t just for major national retailers. It’s also a crucial sales time for neighborhood retailers. Reporter Kate Rogers meets small biz owners gearing up for the season both in store and in online Etsy stores.

  • Pet obesity

    With the holidays approaching, it’s not only people that need to keep an eye on the scale. We may overindulge our pets with more treats or food than they need in the less active winter months. Dr. Katy Nelson has fitness tips to keep your pet slimmer, trimmer and healthier.

  • Retirement reset

    What if your plan to stop working and enjoy retirement life isn’t going as planned? Whether your money needs are greater than you anticipated, or you just miss the daily purpose your job provided, Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has ideas to help you reset your retirement.

  • Willing to fail

    Brian Scudamore was just 19 years old when he created his professional junk removal business, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Today he runs a $300M a year empire, with four home service franchises. In “Willing To Fail,” the serial entrepreneur’s new book, he shares lessons learned from his setbacks that can help you on your own road to success.

  • Rethinking recycling

    When you sort your bottles, cans and paper into the right bin, you feel you’re doing your part to save the planet. But one-third of all recyclables are contaminated and end up in the landfill anyway. We ask the CEO of The Recycling Partnership how households, cities and companies can improve how they recycle.

  • Canine companions

    Often a service dog can be the link servicemen and women need to help them return to civilian life. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to Canine Companions for Independence, a non-profit that trains service dogs to help vets with daily tasks.

  • Dinner in a box

    Packaged meal kits deliver a full dinner in a box to your door. With most kits, you have to do some kitchen prep work to get the food ready for the table. Gobble’s founder and CEO Ooshma Garg says they can send a fresh meal that’s pre-cut and ready to cook in 15 minutes. We ask why she launched her food company and how her kits are competing against fast food, takeout and more.

  • Serving our vets

    After active duty, many returning soldiers need a hand bridging the gap between their service and a new job. Mike Abrams saw combat as a Marine, and created FourBlock to help vets navigate a career path and figure out their next work mission.

  • Rewarding credit cards

    Credit cards issuers are changing the card rewards they’re offering to get you to switch. But how can you sort out the best offers based on your spending? Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson compares reward cards, from travel perks to cash back to help you choose among the many options.


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    Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."