With Flu Season Coming Early, Health Experts Say 'Tis The Season For Proper Holiday HandwashingCold and flu season came early in 2019 so many will be spending the holidays trying not to give or get the gift of germs from family and friends.
'There's Something In The Water': Baby Business Booming Among Nurses At Einstein Medical Center MontgomeryThere have been 15 nurses who work in labor and delivery at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery who've recently given birth.
More People Turning To Technology When It Comes To Health, Research FindsWhile the science might be exciting, experts say there are also plenty of potential dangers.
Leading Medical Groups Calling For 16-Year-Old Immunization Visits In Attempt To Get More Teens VaccinatedData shows only 44% of kids complete the meningitis vaccine by their 18th birthday.
With Work-Related Stress Increasing, Health Officials Classify Burnout Occupational SyndromeExperts say there are three ways to know if stress has turned into burnout.
New Technology Improving Prostate Cancer Survival Rates With Earlier DetectionIn testing involving 129 men, the Smart Target software helped successfully diagnose more than 90 percent of prostate cancers.
Experimental New Treatment Showing Promise For Those Who Suffer From SciaticaA new option being tested is a micro-pellet the size of a grain of rice that's injected near the inflamed nerve in the spine.
New Device Allows Visually Impaired Toddlers To Move With EaseA new device is giving toddlers who are visually impaired a chance to move, explore and learn, with less fear and risk of falling.
New Google Layer Shows Portions Of Philadelphia Could Be Underwater By 2100 Due To Rising Sea LevelsPortions of the Delaware Valley are vulnerable to rising sea levels caused by climate change.
New Therapy Wants People Who Have Trouble Sleeping To Sleep LessSleep experts say once patients are out of bed, they should try simply reading – no television or electronics, no food or alcohol.