Doctors may “watch ” prostate cancer tumors, but keeping an eye on the tumors involves invasive needle biopsies.
Certainly there are tests that are necessary and lifesaving but we need to be more responsible when and how we use them.
Researchers continue to give humans more insight into the inner-workings of man’s best friend.
Many people talk about the use of unnecessary tests and problems with radiation exposure. But where did this information come from?
A new study confirms what dog owners have always known: Dogs have feelings, too.
We are a nation that likes our medical tests but there is a big problem that can occur – too much exposure to radiation.
Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley is scheduled for an MRI Thursday on his sore ribcage.
The 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.
Dr. Eli Dweck from Aria Health spoke to Pat Ciarrocchi about how the hospital is trying to make certain diagnostic tests easier and less stressful.
The verdict on Roy Halladay’s shoulder is in, and it’s the same as the first diagnosis.
Ryan Howard’s condition improving.
Syncope is a short term but abrupt loss of consciousness with a complete return to preexisting neurologic function.
In Clearwater, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro spoke today with KYW’s Jack O’Rourke about Chase Utley’s patella tendinitis.
A common test that millions of people get is supposed to diagnose problems. But a Philadelphia woman says it made her sicker. 3 On Your Side Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the MRI shocker.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough You may have heard about the work done in Pennsylvania and Virginia documenting the damage caused by secondhand smoke.