Have you noticed that your doctor might be spending more time looking at the computer than looking at you during your appointment?
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a new drug from Roche to help treat patients with a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
Delaware County Council and the Heroin Task Force are set to unveil 11 large drug drop off boxes.
One of the world’s best known super computers has gone from being a TV star on a popular game show to the frontline of medicine.
Some cancer patients might have trouble finding treatments because of budget cuts. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says this is affecting patients who get chemotherapy in community clinics.
EXCLUSIVE: Philadelphia Doctor Resigns After Investigation Finds Stents In Patients That Didn’t Need Them
Penn Medicine tells CBS3 it’s notifying some patients they have received cardiac stents they didn’t need.
When people talk about the changes in healthcare, words like transformation and innovation are thrown around. As a patient, that sounds pretty good. But another word, one that is more foreboding, is also being used – it is disruption.
An experimental treatment CHOP might just be able to save a 5 year old’s life.
The world of medicine is changing and it is happening fast. Don’t look now but if your doctor is not already employed by a hospital, they very well may be soon.
Dr. Andrew Weil brought his call for a revolution in health care to Philadelphia, Sunday; his appearance was a homecoming, of sorts.
Ever wanted your very own human skull? Now’s your chance!
If you are hospitalized and given new medications ask about them and understand them.
Now comes news from the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that medications could be delivered in the form of commercial moisturizers.
Following the record $3 billion penalty GlaxoSmithKline will pay for inappropriately marketing drugs, 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl talked exclusively to a former employee at the center of the case.
Prescription drugs can help us live longer and better but mixing them can be dangerous. But a new consumer guide helps you get the most from your meds.