Learning The Signs Of A StrokeMay is National Stroke Awareness Month and the American Heart Association is working to raise awareness and save lives.
Big Benefits To Eating Healthy Fat, Experts SayA new health trend is having dieters ditch low fat products.
New Technology Helping To Diagnose Hard-To-Find Breast CancerNew technology is helping to diagnose hard-to-find breast cancer.
Mother, Daughter Survive Breast Cancer Then Need Brain SurgeryHealth reporter Stephanie Stahl has their story and a new light therapy treatment being tested at Penn medicine.
Norristown Students Learn Life-Saving Skills Using 'Smart Dummies'Journalism students from East Norriton Middle School in Norristown got up close and personal with a dummy called SimMan.
Doctors Say There's An Alarming Increase In Oral Cancer Due To HPVThere's a dramatic increase in a cancer that's preventable with a vaccine for children. Doctors are calling the rate of the increase alarming.
DEA Warning About Devastating Effects of Bootleg Form of FentanylThe DEA says acryl fentanyl is sold mainly on the dark web and is being manufactured overseas, then smuggled into the U.S.
New Media Campaign Unveiled As Drug Overdose Deaths Skyrocket In PhiladelphiaWith drug overdose deaths skyrocketing in Philadelphia, the city's Health Department is unveiling a new media campaign aimed at preventing opioid addiction.
People With Autism Often Struggle With Other Health ConditionsA new report has been released on how and why people with autism often struggle with other health conditions.
Smartphone Technology Puts A Heart Monitor At Your FingertipsA handful of apps and devices are highly sophisticated and even approved by the FDA for medical use. Now smartphone technology puts a heart monitor right at a patients fingertips.
Hope For Preemies As Researchers At CHOP Create Artificial WombResearchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work.
New FDA Approved Treatment For MS Is Being Called A 'Game Changer'Multiple sclerosis affects about 400,000 people in the U.S. causing numbness, vision problems, pain and mobility issues.