Cutting Just 300 Calories A Day Can Have Huge Impact On Your Overall Health, Researchers SayThree hundred calories is the equivalent of about two chocolate chip cookies or a cup of ice cream.
'Aspirin Is Not As Helpful As We Thought': Millions Should Stop Taking Aspirin For Heart Health, Study SaysDoctors say that aspirin is useful for heart and stroke patients, for some patients, especially those over the age of 70, it can be harmful.
Philadelphia Health Department Debuts Campaign On Dangers Of Children Eating Sugary Snacks Officials say obesity is one of the main drivers of type-2 diabetes, and both are on the rise in the city and nationally.
Children Who Received Organ Transplants Get Summer Camp Experience In Blue BellThis week is more than cooling off on a hot summer day for those in attendance.
'People Have A Fascination With Snakes': Poison Control Team Works With Philadelphia Zoo To Treat Venomous Snake BitesThe Poison Control Team in Philadelphia works with the zoo, who has snake experts and anti-venom.
These 5 Lifestyle Changes May Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia By 60%, Researchers SayOne study says even if it runs in your family, there are ways to reduce your risk.
Potentially Game-Changing Drug Showing Promise In Treating MigrainesResearchers say the treatment could be a better option for patients who aren't helped by the current medications available.
Mysterious Condition That Causes Polio-Like Symptoms In Children Arrives Early In PennsylvaniaThe illness usually arrives in August, but there are already 11 cases nationwide, including one in Pennsylvania.
Declining Bee Populations Threaten Approximately One-Third Of US Food Supply, Experts WarnScientists say bee populations have been steadily declining for more than a decade because of parasites, habitat loss and climate change.
People Who Donate Organs To Strangers Have This Special Brain Feature, Researchers SayHughes is one of just a few hundred people every year who become altruistic kidney donors.
Coffee Could Help With Weight Loss, New Research FindsCould coffee be the secret to fighting obesity?
'I Thought I Was Going To Die': First-Of-Its-Kind Treatment Uses Sound Waves To Treat Common Heart ConditionCBS3’s Stephanie Stahl spoke to the first patient who is doing well following the procedure.
Summer Camps Looking To Make Sure Campers Stay Healthy And Safe Amid Measles OutbreakThis year, with the recent outbreak of the measles, camps are making proof of vaccinations mandatory.
'He Had His Little Strut Back': Dog Owners Turning To Cryotherapy To Help Old, Sick PetsThe FDA says whole body cyrotherapy has not been cleared or approved. But for Jake, it worked.
'We Really Focus On Kids': Philadelphia's Vincera Institute Helping Children Succeed Through Sports With Celebrity Golf OutingThe Vincera Institute and Foundation is dedicated to core health and we're not just talking about having six-pack abs.