World Health Organization
For several years now health officials have been issuing warnings about indoor tanning beds and it appears teens may be paying attention.
According to a new study, if we did this, we could avoid 1.65 million deaths related to high blood pressure.
The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
According to WHO’s first-ever global report on antibiotic resistance, antimicrobial resistance is no longer just a threat – it’s happening in every region of the world, and it could pose a major public health risk.
The US Customs and Border Protection agency has been busy intercepting packages at Philadelphia International Airport over the last week.
While scientists have previously shown high sugar intake ups a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease, the new study is the first to link sugar consumption to death.
As hundreds of thousands of refugees from the civil war in Syria are fleeing to Europe, the concern is they could bring polio with them.
Without smoke, e-cigarettes are potentially safer than cigarettes and could help smokers quit but the studies are just starting.
The World Health Organization recommends that women breastfeed for the first six months of life. But what do most women do?
You may not be able to wash your hands of this movie for quite a while.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering legislation that would make indoor tanning salons off-limits to young people.
Chris reviews Sarah Palin’s tour stop at the Liberty Bell, inspects the discrimination lawsuit filed by former waitresses at the Resorts Casino in Atlantic City and talks to Phillies Play-By-Play Announcer Scott Franzke about the series against the Nationals and Cliff Lee’s recent struggles.
It is called antibiotic resistance. This is the way bacteria learn over time through mutation to be not killed by the medications we give to control them. The problem is getting worse as evidenced by MRSA.