FDA Approves Non-Surgical Facelift Which Uses Tiny Cones On Thread Inserted Through Small PunctureA new, non-surgical facelift has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
New Research Says Tennis, Aerobics And Swimming Could Prolong Your LifeNew research from London, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine reveals certain types of exercise might pay off big in the long run.
Turkey Isn't Only Thanksgiving Food That Makes People TiredAs we celebrate Thanksgiving tomorrow, many will be indulging in turkey with all the trimmings and Thanksgiving napping, a holiday tradition for many following the big meal.
New Inhaled Insulin Drug Helps People With DiabetesPeople with Type 1 Diabetes rely on insulin to control their blood sugar but the injectable takes time to kick in.
'Word Bank' Program Offers Hope To People Who Lose Their Ability To SpeakALS patient Dennis Oldham was able to record 1,600 phrases and deposit them in the voice bank while his voice was still strong.
Nurse Fulfills Dream, Working In Hospital Where She Was Treated For CancerA former cancer patient's experience at St. Christopher's Hospital For Children inspired her to grow up and become a nurse.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 31Chris reviewed the letter from the FBI to Congress altering them of the discovery of new emails related to Hillary Clinton and the Eagles loss to Dallas last night in overtime. He discussed the latest on the emails with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00, Eric Trump about his trip to the Yuengling Factory at 7:35, Stephanie Stahl from CBS 3 at 8:20 about her investigation about a dangerous bacteria in our water, and Ike Reese from WIP about the Eagles loss in Dallas at 8:50.
The New Device That Helps Sinus Patients Breathe EasierA new device is providing help to some of the 50 million people who suffer with chronic sinus infections.
South Jersey Man Refuses To Allow Disability Define HimNational Disability Employment Awareness Month is designed to raise awareness about the importance of finding meaningful work for people with disabilities.
Procedure Vows To Help Those Suffering From 'Selfie Chin'The popularity of selfies has a growing number of people focusing on their double chins and turning to a new procedure to look better.
Health: Friends For 60 Years, Women Say Friendship Keeps Them HealthyThey were 12 girls who graduated together six decades ago and vowed to keep their friendships alive forever.
Philly Marathon Official Beats Cancer, Hopes Race Helps Others Do The SameThe planning is endless for Jim Marino, race director of The Philadelphia Marathon who just survived pancreatic cancer.