As many as five million Americans age 65 and older suffer with Alzheimer’s disease. Now researchers are testing a drug that could be the first new treatment for the debilitating brain disease in years.
Powdered alcohol, palcohol, has been approved for sale by the federal government. It’s touted as being convenient, but there are plenty of critics. One Senator wants it banned nationally.
What color is the dress? It’s the great debate that’s exploded on the Internet, trending number one with some seeing blue and black.
Concussions among student athletes have increased 60 percent in the last decade according to federal health officials.
Peanut allergies are rising and now affect more than two percent of U.S. children. Now, a groundbreaking new study says they can be prevented.
Eyewitness News uncovers details about a recent deadly superbug outbreak at a Philadelphia hospital — an outbreak just like the one at a hospital in Los Angeles that’s got so many people worried.
Dry eyes can get especially bad in the winter, made worse by all the dry air inside. Now, there’s a new high tech solution.
The measles outbreak is still focused on the west coast, but there are two unrelated cases locally.
More than a million Americans each year are diagnosed with a life-threatening condition known as sepsis, which can develop out of almost any kind of infection, including the flu.
The CDC is advising most adults born after 1957 to get an MMR vaccine, whether they had one as a child or not.
Millions of Americans take aspirin to treat and prevent heart disease, but new research today from the American College of Cardiology says that could be doing more harm than good.
Forty-year-old Nicole Born, a Voorhees mother of two, died of complications from the flu.
Last year, Americans spent billions on weight loss supplements, but a new survey shows there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation about diet supplements.
From car exhaust and cigarette smoke, to soot and smog, air pollution is not only bad for your lungs. Dirty air hurts your skin too.
There’s a new option for the 18 million Americans who suffer with obstructive sleep apnea which can cause a variety of health problems including an increased risk of heart disease and weight gain.