Free Will Brewing Company, a small craft brewery in Perkasie, brought together four of Philly’s most knowledgeable female beer personalities to create a special beer in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The smell of cancer, that only a dog can detect. There’s groundbreaking new research starting here in Philadelphia that could help save lives. It’s an CBS 3 Eyewitness News exclusive. Only Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl was there as the new study got underway.
The front lines of medicine are filled with stress. Now pets are helping the medical staff at one Philadelphia hospital relax a little. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you.
This is the third of a four week program where 55 high school students a curiosity in biology and medicine participated in the camp at Penn’s Simulation Center at the Rittenhouse location.
Penn Medicine and Independence Blue Cross have announced a new cooperative agreement, allowing the two Philadelphia health care operatives to work together on health research issues.
Finding a cure for breast cancer is the ultimate goal of Sunday’s Race for the Cure.
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.
Learn more about Penn Orthopaedics.
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.