Drinking coffee could stimulate 'brown fat' and help you burn more, according to a new study. Sadly, there's a catch.
A new study indicates that record-breaking temperatures will continue to happen around the world each year because of rising greenhouse gas emissions.
See below for a collection of Pennsylvania resources for suicide prevention.
Recent rain and flooding in the area has led to an uptick in mosquito activity. Camden County's Department of Parks Mosquito Commission may be the earliest in our region to start tracking and treating mosquito breeding hotspots.
Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health is offering free HIV tests this week.
Your shoes may be spreading germs around your home and making you sick.
About a third of all combat veterans coming back from war have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the stigma surrounding help can be just as troubling. It’s one of the reasons behind a new Vet Center in Egg Harbor Township.
U.S. women will soon have another drug option designed to boost low sex drive: a shot they can give themselves in the thigh or abdomen that raises sexual interest for several hours.
Clocking long hours at work might earn you bonus points with your boss, but new research shows that it could also increase your risk of stroke up to 45 percent, especially for those under the age of 50.
A growth in the back of the skull appeared larger in young adults and poor posture possibly caused by technology could be a factor, one study said.
Customers dining at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in the Westchester area of Los Angeles got a big, furry surprise when a large, live rat fell from the ceiling and on to a table.
A recent study suggests that dogs with a strong sense of smell could help detect certain lung cancers early.
A vape pen exploded in a teenager's mouth, causing injuries so severe a pediatric surgeon who helped him said it looked similar to a "gunshot wound."
The Cleveland Clinic in Ohio announced Wednesday that its staff had successfully performed its first in-utero surgery earlier this year on a 23-week-old fetus, according to a report.
An ailing 9/11 first responder who testified on Capitol Hill during a hearing to increase funding for the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund only a week ago is now in hospice.
Cases of infection from the “flesh-eating” bacteria, Vibrio vulnificus, are on the rise in coastal regions where the bacteria are not normally found, and a team of researchers hailing from New Jersey and Pennsylvania believe it has to do with rising ocean temperatures.
The study was presented at a medical meeting Tuesday and published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Keep personal care products out of reach and locked up if you have young kids in the house, researchers urge after a new study revealed that these products send a young child to the E.R. every two minutes.
Officials have issued a public health alert regarding possible measles exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is the second best children’s hospital in the country, according to the U.S. News & World Report's annual list released Tuesday.