11-year-old Ryan Tarapchak runs three to eight miles every day for six-year-old Isabella O’Brien, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer.
Jeff Bolton sat in for Chris Stigall and discussed Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s reaction to the charges against her, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton turning over her email server, and a woman faking Cancer to collect donations. He talked with John Hayward from Breitbart at 6:20 and La Salle University’s Dean Henry at 7:20 about Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Authorities say she even tricked her own sister into believing she was sick.
The three-year survival rate jumped from 71% to 81% in the women undergoing the test.
Rich discussed the latest regarding Hillary Clinton, Cecil The Lion, Rand Paul’s response to Donald Trump’s success. Rich spoke with Dr. Ernest Smalls regarding Cecil the Lion. He also spoke with Sean Spicer about the upcoming Republican debate. Rich and Dr. Mazz discussed medical news during this week’s Ask The Doctor Segment.
For pregnant women, abnormal results from certain prenatal tests may signal that something is wrong — with the moms-to-be, not the fetus, a preliminary study suggests.
Basically, if you’re going to enjoy the sun, you need to be careful. Tens of thousands of people die each year from too much sun.
It’s a story Eyewitness News health reporter Stephanie Stahl first told you about: a surgical tool suspected of spreading cancer in women. Now, the FBI is reportedly investigating who knew what and when about this potentially deadly device.
Most of us spend way too much of our time worrying. We actually could be hurting our health by worrying about our health.
There are many diets but the Mediterranean Diet is more of a lifestyle than a diet and it’s good for more than just controlling your weight.
The CDC says about one-fourth of eligible women are not up-to-date with breast cancer screenings, and about two in five adults are not getting the recommended test for colorectal cancer.
St. Mary Medical Center says they are proud to be the first in Bucks County to offer the program, provided by the American Cancer Society.
Commission biologists say they’ve observed sores and lesions on many smallmouth bass in surveys of the river since 2005, but this is the first confirmed cancer.
The research also found patients on Tamoxifen had a lower risk of recurrence if they drank at least two cups of coffee a day.
The results of the study were reportedly presented at an American Association for Cancer Research meeting in Philadelphia.