The “Gift of Life” program — the nation’s leading organ donation program — based here in Philadlephia.
Raising a child with disabilities is stressful and parents need to be reminded not to forget they’re important too.
A newly released study looks into the health of people in every county in every state across America — and what can be done to improve things.
“In New Jersey, the prevalence is one in 45 children with (some degree of) autism,” says Dr. Walter Zahorodny, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the New Jersey Medical School.
Ignoring the pleas of e-cigarette users, City Council has unanimously approved a measure that bans the devices from public spaces in Philadelphia.
City Council today is expected to cast a final vote on a bill that would add electronic cigarettes to the city’s existing ban on smoking in public
With smocks on and stethoscopes in hand, the children got to take care of some patients of their own.
Smoking electronic cigarettes in public places in the city of Philadelphia could soon be restricted. City Council is set to vote Thursday on whether to ban them in places like restaurants, bars and public parks, just like the current regular cigarette ban in the city.
Enrollment counselors and navigators say they’ve seen a surge in applicants as the March 31st deadline draws near.
The School District of Philadelphia is partnering with celebrity chef Mark Vetri with the aim of bringing healthy meals and a family-style meal setting to students in every Philadelphia public school.
Twenty-nine factors are taken into account when compiling the rankings, including smoking, high school graduation rates and access to healthy foods.
Anna Cordella, 64, of Norristown, says she’s a happy customer, securing what she says is an affordable policy after losing her job and then seeing her “COBRA” insurance run out.
The AIDS advocacy group Philadelphia Fight has transformed its family planning center into a family care clinic for youth.
Eating healthy is always important, but it takes on added significance when you’re sick or battling a serious illness.
Gov. Chris Christie has signed a waiver allowing first responders to carry and administer medication to treat drug overdose patients in emergency situations.