Medical Errors May Be Third Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S.Doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do.
Zeoli Show Log 08.13.15Rich discussed the Hillary Clinton email server, the EPA spill, and the Pope's visit to Philadelphia. He also discussed Van Halen, Rand Paul's impression of Donald Trump and more. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz during the Ask the Doctor segment. He also spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell about political topics in the news.
Philadelphia Front Office Executives Speak Openly At Rothman Institute's Impact Of Sports PanelRuben Amaro Jr., Howie Roseman, Scott O'Neil, and Ron Hextall addressed questions as part of the Rothman Institute Impact of Sports Panel on Wednesday.
Governor Chris Christie Releases Medical ReportNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, as promised, has released a report from his doctor on his medical history.
New Jersey Report Links Corrupt Doctors To Drug AbuseA new state report finds illicit medical practices run by unscrupulous entrepreneurs and corrupt physicians are fueling prescription drug and heroin abuse and distribution in New Jersey.
Skin Cancer On Rise In Young AdultsThe rate of skin cancer among young adults is skyrocketing, according to new research. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on why doctors think this is happening.
New Procedure Promising For Some Transplant PatientsMaking lung transplants more viable, with an experimental new technique could save thousands of lives.
Doctors Warn About Hot Soup AccidentsHot soup in the winter is especially nice on these cold and rainy nights. But there's a warning from doctors seeing patients in the emergency room because of mishaps with hot soup.
Vitamin E Supplement Increases Prostate Cancer RiskA vitamin thought to prevent cancer might actually cause it. Scientists were suspicious for years, now there's finally proof.
Chronic Stress Impairs The Way Moms React To ChildrenStressed out moms can be hostile or insensitive to their toddlers, according to new research. 2-year-olds can be a handful and try anyone's patients.