Charlie Sheen's HIV-Positive Revelation Brings Disease Back Into Spotlight"I am in fact HIV-positive." Charlie Sheen made the revelation on the Today show, saying he has had HIV for 4 years.
At Least 13 Residents Exposed To Kitten With Rabies In Medford TownshipAccording to the Burlington County Health Department, at least three cats, one dog and 13 people have been exposed to a kitten with rabies in Medford Township.
New Oxycodone Pill Designed To Prevent AbuseThe FDA has approved an oxycodone pill designed to deter abuse.
Simple, Do-At-Home Test Could Save Your LifeA new, simple test that can be done at home might help save the lives of people with irregular heartbeats.
Study: That Workout Probably Wasn't As Hard As It FeltEven if you’re huffing and puffing through your morning run, you might not be working out as hard as you think.
Health: Mysterious Brain Illness Causes Terrifying OutburstsOne desperate family grabbed a video camera to document what was happening.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
Respiratory Illness Warnings Posted At PHL And Other International AirportsSigns warning travelers about MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) have been posted at Philadelphia International Airport and other airports around the country.
2 Orlando Hospital Workers Test Negative For Rare MERS VirusTwo employees tested negative for a rare virus days after coming into contact with a Saudi resident infected with the second confirmed MERS case in the U.S., a spokeswoman for an Orlando hospital said Wednesday.
3 On Your Side: Healthcare.gov Site Still Has GlitchesIt's been two months since the Obama administration rolled out the health care enrollment website and, from the start there were problems. The administration vowed to fix the issues by December 1. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has a status report.
Kidney Surgery Through The Navel Making Some Procedures Scar-FreeDr. Daniel Eun, director of robotic urologic oncology and reconstruction at Temple University Hospital, says doctors can and sometimes do operate -- even remove kidneys -- through the belly button, making the scar almost invisible.
Health: New Technology Makes Dentist Visit EasierHealth Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with a new high tech way to get problems fixed in hours, instead of days, with better accuracy.