- March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness month and healthcare providers at Martha Jefferson Hospital want to make sure that people know about something called universal tumor testing.
- Martha Jefferson Hospital is sponsoring its 18th Annual MJ8K Run and 4K Walk on March 15th. Proceeds for this year's event will benefit the hospital's lung cancer screening outreach program.
- Recent studies show that one pain killer may be better for your heart, but the Federal Drug Administration is saying there's not enough data to prove that Naproxen is actually safer.
- When it comes to the subject of childhood vaccines, some parents may have mixed feelings especially about one of the newest recommendations. In our Martha Jefferson Healthwise report, doctors say it's a good idea to get your daughters and sons vaccinated.
- In this week's Martha Jefferson Healthwise report, CBS19's Stephanie Satchell sat down with Dr. Tiffani Dennis of Martha Jefferson Internal Medicine and found out the best way to lose weight and stay healthy.
- Talking about death can be difficult especially when it comes to losing your child. Now Martha Jefferson Hospital is starting a new infant bereavement support group to try to help parents heal from their loss.
- With a new year, often comes New Year's resolutions. If yours is to get healthier, folks at Martha Jefferson Health and Wellness Services have a few suggestions to help you succeed in 2014.
- From clothing to toys, volunteers at Martha Jefferson Hospital say they enjoy wrapping all of the Christmas packages because it's one less thing a patient, visitor or employee has to think about.
- If people are having a difficult time making ends meet and need medical attention, Martha Jefferson Hospital says it's always willing to work with their patients in either accessing financial assistance or providing free care.
- With many women waiting later in life to start a family, egg freezing is gaining more popularity. It’s also giving cancer patients an opportunity to have a baby even after chemotherapy and radiation.
- Martha Jefferson Hospital is trying to prevent the risk of falls for patients. They're putting a new risk level ranking system in place to determine risk factors and some safety measures to keep patients from falling.
- Cancer survivors are using art to help them heal. In this week's Martha Jefferson Healthwise report, CBS19's Stephanie Satchell found out how these artists are using their paintings to make a difference for themselves and visitors at the hospital.