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Researchers Use Cloned Gene To Cure 3-Year-Old “Bubble Baby” — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Researchers say they've cured a disease that can be fatal in infants. The treatment involves using a cloned gene. Days after bringing home her newborn twin daughters, Alysia Vaccaro could sense Evangelina wasn't as healthy as her sister. Her mother's intuition was right.

Woman Wearing Hair-Tie Around Wrist Develops Life-Threatening Infection — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - You see it all the time, hair-ties around the wrist. You never know when you're going to want to put your hair up, but some kinds can attract bacteria and cause an infection. It's the easy, convenient way to make sure a hair-tie is always close by, wear it on your wrist like a bracelet.

“Trouble In Toyland” Report Lists Potentially Dangerous Toys Ahead Of Holidays — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The holiday toy shopping season will move into high gear this Thanksgiving weekend but some toys can be dangerous, according to the annual toy report from PennPIRG. We're talking about everything from choking to toxic exposures and more.
Nov 24, 2015

#DangerousToys as the holiday toy shopping season kicks in @PennPIRG has the new list of potentially unsafe

Study: Kids Taking ADHD Medications Have Poor Sleep — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A new study in "Pediatrics" found children taking stimulant medications for ADHD have poor sleep overall. "It can be a delay in sleep onset, sleep duration. So kids are not getting as much sleep through the course of the night and having a bit more difficulty falling asleep," Dr. Andrew Adesman, of Cohen's Children's Medical Center of New York, explains.

Health: Pa. Leads Nation In Overdose Deaths Among Young Men, According To New Analysis — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Pennsylvania leads the nation and New Jersey is close behind in drug overdose deaths among young adult men, according to a new analysis. Bucks and Gloucester counties lead their respective states in overdose fatality rates among young men. Each of them nearly three times Philadelphia's rate.
Nov 20, 2015

Pa. Leads Nation In #Overdose Deaths Among Young Men, Trouble often starts with prescription drugs in the burbs.

Fashion Show Fundraiser Benefits Group That Provides Support To Cancer Patients And Their Families — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Supporting cancer patients and their families, beyond medical interventions with a special fashion show. The ordeal of cancer isn't just about treatments, medicine and tests. There is also all the emotional issues for patients and their families. Sometimes you just have to have fun.

Parents Warned About Soda-Flavored Alcoholic Drinks — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A growing trend in alcoholic beverages: "hard" or "spiked" soda. It's a drink that tastes a lot like a plain old soft drink flavor. The difference is it has booze. When Sarah Sigro picks up drinks for hangouts with friends, she's often choosing "root beer beer."

Lawmakers Want FDA To Help Make Chemical-Laden Beauty Products Safer — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Chemicals are in many popular beauty products and experts say there's very little oversight into what goes into these products we're putting on our skin and hair. But that could be changing. Americans spend more than $50 billion every year on beauty and skin care products.

Exclusive: Jury Orders Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia To Pay $10M — PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A little boy whose life was full of promise is now facing a lifetime of hardships. A jury has decided that Children's Hospital of Philadelphia will have to pay $10 million for their mistakes that caused his injuries.
Nov 18, 2015

#MedicalMistake, bacterial meningitis missed causes big injuries, jury says #CHOP has to pay $10M. # #remarkableBoy

Charlie Sheen’s HIV-Positive Revelation Brings Disease Back Into Spotlight — "I am in fact HIV-positive." Charlie Sheen made the revelation on the Today show, saying he has had HIV for 4 years. "He probably waited because there's still so much stigma about the diagnosis," said Dr. Robert Winn, the medical director of the Mazzoni LGBT Health Center, which treats hundreds of patients with HIV.
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Nov 30, 2015

Happy holidays or not? Experts say the "holiday blues" may actually be seasonal affective disorder #SAD @CBSPhilly

Nov 25, 2015

Sad, but not surprising that Gifford's long football career took a toll on his brain.…

Nov 25, 2015

Happy #Thanksgiving, enjoy the holiday #feast and stay safe: What's your favorite Thanksgiving food? @CBSPhilly

Nov 25, 2015

Do you wear your hair tie around your wrist? Don't miss #cbs3 tonight @ 5 wait till u see what can happen @CBSPhilly

Nov 25, 2015

American women are catching up to men in drinking & abusing alcohol, according to a new gov. report @CBSPhilly

Nov 24, 2015

#DangerousToys as the holiday toy shopping season kicks in @PennPIRG has the new list of potentially unsafe

Nov 23, 2015

RT @CBSPhilly: #HealthWatch: Research Suggests Stimulant Medications For ADHD Could Hurt Childrens' Sleep. @StahlCBS3 Reports |…

Nov 23, 2015

#SneezeAlert, a new MIT study says the average sneeze expels a cloud that can contaminate a room fast @CBSPhilly

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