According to the researchers, runners were up to 45 percent less likely to die from heart disease or stroke than those who didn’t run at all, and the effects were found regardless of distance, duration or speed.
We talk a great deal about different things that can impact our health, both good and bad. But one of the things we don’t talk about much is the weather.
The familiar knocking of knuckles spreads only one-twentieth the amount of bacteria that a handshake does, researchers report.
The medical center shooting in Darby has raised new concerns about security at health care facilities.
A new, simple test that can be done at home might help save the lives of people with irregular heartbeats.
Researchers are testing a birth control microchip that can be turned off and on with a remote. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains how it works.
NCIS actress Pauley Perrette is warning fans about the dangers of hair dye after suffering a severe allergic reaction to her trademark ink-black color.
A scientific first from Philadelphia, that could pave the way toward curing HIV. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the breakthrough.
School is back in session, so take some time to go over these important safety tips with your children. This is just the beginning of the conversation, but it’s a great place to get started.
Millions of heart failure patients could benefit by adding a well-known supplement to the treatment.
The revelations come from whistle-blowers who are working inside the center. One talked exclusively to Stephanie Stahl.
When it comes to maintaining and even enhancing brain health, choosing the right foods is critically important. These five foods will have your brain working in top gear.
Heatstroke can happen when the temperature is as low as 57 degrees, so here are some tips from safety advocates on avoiding accidental deaths in hot cars.
A life gone haywire because of what the family says was a missed medical diagnosis. The Delaware County family wants to warn others as they fight to save their son. Doctors say it could happen to anyone. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on a grown man who has to be cared for like a baby.
For the 34-year-old, just standing is an ordeal. He has to be cared for like a baby, but his mind is fine.