Stephanie Stahl

Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day A checkup from the neck up: Mental health advocates are raising awareness today with the 25th annual National Depression Screening Day. Health reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on how it was marked in our area.
Health: Jefferson Hospital App For Virtual ER VisitJefferson Hospital has unveiled a new app that connects you with an emergency physician in minutes for a virtual ER visit.
Health: Man Survives Cancer and Heart Transplant, Then Bikes Coast to CoastA Montgomery County cancer survivor rode his bike across the country to help others.
Advocates Call For Bill That Could Help Cure Disease, Find Better TreatmentsSupporters gathered on the Main Line Friday to push for the bill.
Health: New Lung Cancer Treatments Show PromiseThe new numbers from the CDC show the number of cancer deaths will rise most among black women.
Health: FDA Orders Food Manufacturers To Remove Trans-Fat Within 3 YearsThe Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday the heart clogging fats will be eliminated from the food supply.
FDA Panel Backs Female Libido Pill, Under Safety ConditionsThe Food and Drug Administration panel voted 18-6 in favor of approving Sprout Pharmaceutical's daily pill.
Doctors: FBI Investigating Medical Device Suspected Of Spreading CancerIt's a story Eyewitness News health reporter Stephanie Stahl first told you about: a surgical tool suspected of spreading cancer in women. Now, the FBI is reportedly investigating who knew what and when about this potentially deadly device.
Health: New Technology Helps Doctors Uncover Breast Cancer That Can Be Difficult To DetectWomen with dense breasts, and there are millions, have an increased risk of cancer because detection can be difficult.
Health: Some Turning To Oxygen Therapy For An Energy BoostWhen Jeffrey Portis gets a headache skiing, he says a can of oxygen helps with altitude sickness and more.
Health: Project Home’s Art Program Empowers Homeless People By Helping Them Overcome ObstaclesThe healing power of art, Project Home has a special art program to help homeless people overcome many obstacles. It’s helped people turn their lives around.
Clinical Trial Testing New Drug That Could Slow The Progression Of Alzheimer’sAs 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.