A Montgomery County cancer survivor rode his bike across the country to help others.
Researchers have a good understanding of what causes this most extreme form of dementia, and now, in an exciting development, they are studying a possible way to stop it.
An SPF of 30 or higher, blocks 97 percent of the suns damaging rays, the primary cause of skin cancer.
Supporters gathered on the Main Line Friday to push for the bill.
A recent study of restaurants in the UK found that samples of ice at six out of ten chain restaurants contained more bacteria than samples of toilet water.
Health: Local Woman To Be Honored At White House For Her Efforts To Raise Awareness About Cystic Fibrosis
A Montgomery County woman will be honored at the White House Wednesday for her efforts to fight a devastating disease. The President will recognize nine people as Champions of Change for being on the front lines of finding new kinds of treatments.
It’s called a “resistant starch” or the “skinny carb” and it’s being hailed as a fat-burning breakthrough.
Scientists also believe there may be a way to attack this protein and it could be targeted to prevent age related memory loss.
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.