The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) are now saying that many state health care providers received tainted medications linked to the fungal meningitis outbreak.
The meningitis outbreak linked to an injectable steroid is a stern warning for all of us why quality controls in the manufacture and distribution of health care products is so important.
New Jersey health officials have linked two more fungal meningitis cases to a nationwide outbreak caused by a potentially tainted medication.
Experts are warning patients not to change their current treatment before consulting with their physician.
Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell of Maine will oversee Penn State’s compliance with NCAA sanctions as the independent athletics integrity monitor at the university, college sports’ governing body announced Wednesday.
Barry Bonds says he knows how to “fix” Giants starter Tim Lincecum and would like the chance to tell him.
Barry Bonds is publicly referring to himself as a convicted felon these days, and he’s quick to point out that conviction was never for steroid use.
The judge in the Roger Clemens perjury trial said jurors were getting bored with the pace of the case and told both sides Tuesday to stop wasting time with unnecessary questions.
Former major leaguer David Segui thinks human growth hormone could benefit Chase Utley.
Modern medicine — once reserved for fighting cancer, looking at helping eradicate birth defects and treating heart disease — is being dragged into professional sports.
A former Philadelphia police officer has pleaded guilty to federal charges in what authorities say was an anabolic steroid distribution ring.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Chris May about his interview with President Obama, Daily News Columnist Will Bunch on CEO pay and State Representative Mike Turzai about his bill to privatize liquor sales.
The policy change, approved this week by Attorney General Paula Dow, followed reports out of Hudson County that a doctor, now deceased, was prescribing large amounts of steroids to cops—drugs paid for out of the state’s prescription plan.
Baseball is in high gear in our region, and so is Bill White, a baseball pioneer.
Fiften people, including a Philadelphia police detective and two other Philadelphia police officers, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their alleged involvement in an illegal steroid and HGH distribution ring.