People In Yoga Pants Are Being Burned By MRIs, Doctors SayHealth experts are warning that wearing the wrong clothing during a scan can actually leave patients burned and scarred.
South Jersey Hospital Offers Quicker Alternative To MRIFind out if you need shoulder surgery without the need for an MRI. Lourdes Medical Center in Burlington County is offering MRI results in the office.
New Way To Watch Prostate Cancer Being Used At Local HospitalsDoctors may "watch " prostate cancer tumors, but keeping an eye on the tumors involves invasive needle biopsies.
Risks Of Diagnostic Testing Must Be Weighed Against BenefitsCertainly there are tests that are necessary and lifesaving but we need to be more responsible when and how we use them.
Study: Dogs Detect Emotions The Same Way Humans DoResearchers continue to give humans more insight into the inner-workings of man’s best friend.
Monitoring Radiation Exposure And RiskMany people talk about the use of unnecessary tests and problems with radiation exposure. But where did this information come from?
Research Indicates 'Dogs Are People, Too' A new study confirms what dog owners have always known: Dogs have feelings, too.
Medical Tests Lead To Too Much Exposure To RadiationWe are a nation that likes our medical tests but there is a big problem that can occur - too much exposure to radiation.
Utley To Have Sore Ribcage ExaminedPhiladelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley is scheduled for an MRI Thursday on his sore ribcage.
Medical Profession Lags In Use Of Real-World TechnologyThe medical industry, which has been so far ahead in developing technology such as CT scans, MRIs and PET scans, has done relatively little to use real-world technology that already exists.
Take The Fear Out Of Diagnostic TestingDr. Eli Dweck from Aria Health spoke to Pat Ciarrocchi about how the hospital is trying to make certain diagnostic tests easier and less stressful.
Second Opinion On Roy Halladay's Shoulder Echoes The First DiagnosisThe verdict on Roy Halladay's shoulder is in, and it's the same as the first diagnosis.