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.
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Melanoma is the fastest growing cancer in America that’s attacking a growing number of young men and women. Now, a New Jersey man has made it his mission to save lives.
Learn more about February Heart Health Month at Penn Medicine.
A Philadelphia-based insurance company and two other local organizations want to help potential health care companies make it in Philadelphia.
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Associate Professor Dr. Fran Barg says Ambler has been profoundly affected by mesothelioma.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, there’s been another deadly case of carbon monoxide poisoning from a portable generator. A little girl is hospitalized, her grandfather is dead, two others in the family barely survived.
New, better nose jobs that are more natural looking. Now new research, from Philadelphia, shows fewer breathing problems. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here with the results.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Dr. Michael Acker, Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at Penn Medicine, stopped by Talk Philly to discuss heart health during Heart Month.
It’s one of the longest running shows of its kind and a major fundraiser for Penn Medicine, to benefit patient care.
Heart transplants take a tremendous toll on the body, but especially on a woman’s body. Experts at Penn Medicine held a special conference Friday for female heart transplant patients and their caregivers.
An oil change for your knees. It’s a treatment for osteoarthritis that’s catching on in a big way. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says it comes from a surprising place.
New Jersey State Senator Diane Allen, the former longtime Philadelphia TV anchor, has fought back from an aggressive cancer, and wants to get the word out for others to do likewise.
Penn Medicine OB/GYN Dr. DaCarla Albright says the Spanx might not necessarily be a bad thing.
An electrician who was working inside a Penn Medicine campus building under construction in West Philadelphia fell between floors and had to be rescued by firefighters early this afternoon.