A new report finds that adding an extra 2,000 steps to your day may lower your risk for heart attack and stroke by 8%.
First-of-its-kind kind technology arrives in Philadelphia to help paralyzed patients walk again.
The study, which analyzed data from 3.6 million people living near London’s busy Heathrow Airport, showed that those living in the noisiest areas had an elevated risk of stroke, coronary disease and cardiovascular disease.
Each year that a person is obese increases their risk of developing coronary artery disease – often a silent killer.
According to a new study, although progress has been made in improving the health of Americans, our country still lags behind advances in other wealthy nations.
On June 9th walkers and runners will take to the streets of Philadelphia to help raise money for programs that benefit stroke victims and their families.
A study of almost 20,000 people found that those who ate just a little chocolate each day had lower blood pressure and a 39% lower risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
Problems caused by heavy drinking may linger well after the hangover has come and gone.
Patients with depression symptoms were 50% more likely to experience a heart attack, heart failure, stroke, or a mini stroke.
Hundreds of people packed the Germantown Jewish Centre Sunday afternoon to celebrate the life of former Philadelphia city councilwoman Happy Fernandez.
According to a Japanese study of 68,000 men and women, those who quit before age 35 had the same risks of future problems as those who never smoked.
For Josh Crompton, who suffered a stroke at the age of 31 this past April, it all could have ended with “Tiny Dancer.”
Dusty Baker is going to rejoin the Cincinnati Reds in St. Louis after missing 11 games because of a mini-stroke.
There is new hope for patients who struggle with paralysis from strokes or accidents, and it’s a first in Philadelphia. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you a new bionic arm.
A Philadelphia woman is the first to get a new FDA-approved life saving stroke treatment. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the technology.