The new numbers from the CDC show the number of cancer deaths will rise most among black women.
While more men than women are considered overweight, more women are obese.
Imagine being treated for a devastating condition that you don’t have. It happens more often than you think. CBS 3 health reporter Stephanie Stahl has the exclusive story of how it happened to a woman in Bucks County.
Researchers are testing a possible breakthrough in the treatment of type 1 diabetes. An inexpensive generic vaccine has shown promise, giving longtime patients new hope.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday the heart clogging fats will be eliminated from the food supply.
The American Thoracic Society issued new recommendations Monday.
The first FDA-approved injection for melting fat has just arrived in our area. In a CBS 3 exclusive, health reporter Stephanie Stahl was there for the first patient.
A large new study shows a clear link between some widely-used heartburn medicines and heart attacks. CBS 3 health reporter Stephanie Stahl explains the connection.
A set of “HealthKit” features in the upcoming iOS 9 will allow users to track their reproductive health, including how often they have sex.
Zap your snoring with a quick trip to the dentist. Health reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the treatment with no downtime and very few side effects.
Drexel University wants students to be pro-active about their mental health and has found a way to gauge the mood of the student body which this week is taking on the added pressure of finals.
On the CBS3 HealthWatch, warm summer days increase the risk of tick bites and Lyme disease. For the past five years, Pennsylvania has had the most cases of tick-born illnesses in the country. Now there’s new research about another new tick threat.
Men over 50 should see a physician to get recommended screenings, according to Dr. Bernard King.
The Food and Drug Administration panel voted 18-6 in favor of approving Sprout Pharmaceutical’s daily pill.
In report released Tuesday by the CDC, the organization says melanoma is responsible for more than 9,000 skin cancer deaths in the U.S. each year.