Kids at the Camden Community Charter School were getting nutrition classes taught by Americorps member Erin McKenrick.
It seems obvious now that it’s mentioned, but you’ve probably never considered the germs that could be congregating on the most rudimentary of medical tools.
One local family is cheering him on from their Delaware home.
According to new research out of Mt. Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine, grilled and broiled meats have now been linked weight gain, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
Government research links indoor tanning by teenagers with other risks including binge drinking, unhealthy dieting and sexual activity.
A new study shows that a spice commonly used in many ethnic cuisines may be as beneficial as medication to those with depression — and without the scary side effects.
This year, the “Garden to Table Studio” moves to the main floor of the Philadelphia Flower Show.
The odds are one in a million for having identical triplets, but it’s happened in Montgomery County. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has the exclusive first look at the babies.
Acetaminophen is being linked to ADHD, according to a new study released today. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here with more about the growing number of problems associated with the popular over-the-counter pain reliever.
Main Line Health says it will no longer hire tobacco and nicotine users after May 1st. In addition, it says it will require its current employees who smoke to pay a surcharge for their healthcare benefits.
Want to feel healthy and happy? Move to North Dakota. Or South Dakota.
Experts at the Renfrew Center in Philadelphia were urging women to go without makeup Monday so the world could see their natural beauty.
Penn Medicine and Crozer Keystone Health System were the first to share data with patient consent.
A plan to fight childhood obesity may be making some inroads, thanks to a companies that package food and consumers who buy it.
Today marks the start of “National Eating Disorders Awareness Week”, and a University of the Sciences professor says the problem is not just limited to young women.