Accused cop killer Eric Frein surrendered to U.S. Marshalls before being handcuffed with the cuffs formerly used by the State Police Corporal he allegedly killed, Governor Corbett said.
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During your next visit to the doctor, consider asking these questions to see if you could be at risk for heart disease.
A healthy diet can help alleviate three major risk factors for heart disease. Find out what such a diet entails.
Trying to find time to work out and spend time with your kids can be difficult. One way to keep you and your child healthy while spending quality time together is to exercise with your child.
Despite increased attention to women's health issues, there are still many health risks that women need to know about that are not getting a whole lot of attention.
Going to the gym can make your muscles bigger and stronger. But improving your heart may be the most important workout.
From time to time we all get stressed out. Try using some of these ideas to help lower your stress level.
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Experts say that people can have sex after their heart attacks. In fact, the more you exercise -- including having sex -- the better your odds.
If you want to find foods that can help keep your heart healthy, a special insignia from the American Heart Association could help guide you at the grocery store.
We all know we need to exercise, but how much? Find out here.
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An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but it's up for debate as to what a daily dose of aspirin can actually do for your heart health.
It's no fun to cut out salty snacks and red meat, but tasty alternatives can help you stay proactive about heart health without eating boiled chicken and rice cakes.
Find out how taking omega-3 fatty acids can help your heart.
It's no secret that fast-food items aren't always the healthiest option. But what items are the worst? Find out which fast-food items contain the most calories.
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Find out what numbers you need to know to keep your cardiovascular system healthy.
Muscle pain that occurs while walking can herald a dangerous condition called peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
Find out more about what causes cardiac arrest.
Find out how heart patients may benefit from tai chi.
What can you do in your day-to-day life to keep your heart healthy? Use these tips.
Studies show that fast treatment makes patients more likely to survive certain types of heart attacks. According to national guidelines, heart attack patients should go from hospital door to "balloon" treatment within 90 minutes.
We all know about prostate cancer and how men of a certain age should be tested, but there's another type of reproductive cancer affecting younger men: testicular cancer.
Imagine suffering with daily headaches and not being able to sleep for nearly a decade, not knowing what was wrong, only to finally find out the answer was in your head all along.
It's a surgery that's becoming increasingly more common: ankle replacements. Unfortunately, the surgery doesn't have a good reputation, but big strides have been made.
Your teeth and gums themselves can't talk, but they could be trying to tell you something very important about your health.
Some 700,000 Americans undergo knee replacement surgery each year. So how do you keep those new knees in tip top shape?
Gov. Tom Corbett today announced that Pennsylvania physicians and hospitals will see significant savings in the cost of the catastrophic level of medical malpractice insurance coverage next year.
Two recent travelers from West Africa are being monitored for Ebola in Montgomery County.
Free flu shots being offered Nov. 8 and 9 by Lehigh Valley Health Network will offer protection from three different influenza strains, not four as previously announced.
The LVHN will host its eighth BlackOUT dance party event at Allentown's Center City PPL Arena on Thursday, Nov. 6 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
A LVHN physician, William L. Miller, MD, MA has been recognized for his lifetime contributions to research and scholarly activity in family medicine.
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