A follow up on our CBS-3 undercover investigation on Dangerous Deals, buying and selling prescription drugs without a doctor.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more details.
Specialized screening to detect a heart problem could be as simple as pulling out your phone. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains.
Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl uncovers the potentially dangerous problem.
A just-released Philadelphia study shows how the hidden heart disease that recently killed several young athletes could be prevented.
Helping teens get in shape without joining a sport — that’s the mission of a teacher who knows why a healthy body is so important.
This report, based on 820,000 people and it reviewed 97 existing studies, finds that diabetes can shorten an average person’s life by six years.
Zumba is a great way to lose those unwanted calories. Janet Ford of Christian Street YMCA shows how to have fun while getting a great workout. Watch the video… For more information on Zumba fitness […]
A new study from the British Medical Journal says negative feelings from stress and depression does not play a role in a woman’s ability to get pregnant.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Saving money on medical tests. There’s a growing trend of people ordering their own. Now you can save the time and cost of going through your doctor to check something like cholesterol. […]
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Every 39 seconds an adult dies from heart disease. In an effort to change those statistics, local doctors are turning to personalized medicine to better treat patients. 3 On Your Side Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has details.
Health officials are investigating a possible link between breast implants and a very rare form of cancer.
When they finally resumed inspections of abortion clinics last year after more than 15 years, Pennsylvania health regulators ordered 14 of the state’s 22 freestanding clinics to remedy problems, a review of records shows.
For the first time in 15 years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is raising the standards for school meals.