New Wearable Device Monitors Sun ExposureIt's like a Fitbit that tracks steps but this one monitors sun exposure and alerts you when you've had too much sun.
Stem Cell Breakthrough Helping Babies Born With Life-Threatening ConditionThere's potential stem cell breakthrough that's helping the hearts of babies born with a life-threatening condition.
New Jersey Dad Hopes To Raise Awareness For Daughter's Rare DiseaseCelebrating Father's Day has a special meaning for one dad in Hammonton, New Jersey.
Contaminated Melons Linked To Salmonella OutbreakIowa has been added to the list of states that received contaminated melons linked to a salmonella outbreak.
Excessive Rain Has Caused Explosion Of Poison Ivy In Philadelphia AreaThe region is finally drying out after another rainy weekend. Unfortunately, the rain has brought us a very unwelcome visitor.
Pennsylvania Leads Country With Highest Number Of Lyme Disease CasesLyme disease cases are up drastically in Pennsylvania, which now leads the country with the highest number of cases has new warning from doctors.
Study: Up-Tempo Music During Exercise Provides Health BoostWorking out to music can up your fitness, according to new research.
New Research Shows Experimental Treatment Working For Advanced Cancer CasesResearchers at the National Cancer Institute have put a patient with metastatic breast cancer into complete remission using a new approach to immunotherapy.
Feeling Disgust Helps Us Stay Healthy, Study SaysDisgust is our guardian: Though most of us would rather not feel this unpleasant emotion, it helps us avoid disease and infection, new research suggests.
Too Much Bad News Can Make You Sick, Say ResearchersIt is taking a serious toll on our environment but also on our mental health.
Shockwave Therapy Helping Patients With Peripheral Artery DiseaseShockwave therapy, a revolutionary new way to treat blocked arteries, is being done on the Main Line.
Fatal Drug-Related Crashes Outpacing Deadly Accidents Involving Alcohol, Report SaysAccording to a new report in 2016, alcohol was involved in 38 percent of driver deaths, while 44 percent of drivers killed tested positive for drugs, which is a jump from just 28 percent in 2006.