Crawling Newest Fitness Fad At Gyms Across CountryOne the newest fitness fads may look better suited for a toddler than an adult.
Patient Sings While Doctors Perform Brain Surgery On HimBeing awake during brain surgery allows doctors to make sure vital areas like the brain's speech center aren't damaged.
Freckle Tattoos Hottest New Beauty TrendMany women used to go to great lengths to cover up freckles, but now the little dots are a coveted look!
People With Autism Often Struggle With Other Health ConditionsA new report has been released on how and why people with autism often struggle with other health conditions.
Smartphone Technology Puts A Heart Monitor At Your FingertipsA handful of apps and devices are highly sophisticated and even approved by the FDA for medical use. Now smartphone technology puts a heart monitor right at a patients fingertips.
Hope For Preemies As Researchers At CHOP Create Artificial WombResearchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work.
New Study Shows Link Between Weight And MigrainesMigraine headaches can be debilitating for the millions of people who suffer from them, estimated to be about 12% of U.S. adults.
Brothers' Wives Give Birth Only Hours Apart From The OtherBirthdays are celebrated at Abington Hospital all the time, but the Klenk family is singing about some special deliveries.
New FDA Approved Treatment For MS Is Being Called A 'Game Changer'Multiple sclerosis affects about 400,000 people in the U.S. causing numbness, vision problems, pain and mobility issues.
New Guidelines For Prostate Cancer ScreeningsAn influential government advisory panel is dropping its opposition of routine prostate cancer screenings for men.
Ear Balloon Treatment Helping With Chronic Ear IssuesIt's a first-of-its-kind FDA approved treatment used for a common ear problem that causes hearing loss.
CDC: Getting A Flu Shot Significantly Reduces Child's Risk of Dying From DiseaseA new study from the CDC shows getting a flu shot significantly reduces a child's risk of dying from the flu.