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New Technology Helps Stroke Patients Recovering From ParalysisThere is new hope for stroke patients in a new high-tech therapy.
Baby Girl Born With 4 Legs Gets New Lease On LifeA baby girl who was born with four legs and two spines has a new lease on life after receiving a life-saving surgery.
Movie Star Dog Makes Special Visit To Young Patient At CHOPA young patient at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia recently received a special visit from the four-legged star of a recent movie.
Research: Fish Oil Only Helpful For Certain PeopleMillions of people take fish oil supplements, but new research says it's only helpful for certain people.
Veterinary Doctors Conduct Study Looking To Ease Arthritis PainDoctors at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine are conducting a study to see if stem cell therapy will ease the pain of arthritis -- and the results of their research could benefit human patients as well.
UPenn Neurologists Finding New Ways To Diagnose, Treat Dementia EarlyNeurologists at University of Pennsylvania are finding new ways to diagnose and treat the various forms of dementia early.
Eating Earlier Can Keep You HealthyWe know <em>what</em> we eat can affect our heart health, but now a new report finds <em>when</em> we eat could also play an important role.
Song Proven To Help Babies And Adults Fall Asleep In Just Eight MinutesThere’s a song that's scientifically proven to help you sleep that can work in just eight minutes.
New Peanut Allergy Prevention Guidelines Start In InfancyAn expert panel published new guidelines about when to introduce some infants to peanut-containing foods as a way to prevent food allergies.
Montco Teen Credits Music With Saving Her Life, Uses It To Help Save OthersA teenager from Wayne is breaking into the music industry with a new CD and an upcoming concert.
New Study Says Fitness Trackers Don't Help DietersFitness Trackers are supposed to help people stay fit, and many use the technology for weight loss.
Brain Cancer Now Leading Childhood Cancer KillerBrain cancer is now the deadliest childhood cancer in the U.S., now ahead of leukemia.

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