If you’ve listened to radio in the Delaware Valley, the odds are pretty good that you’ve heard Lynne Adkins. Lynne is a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio.
Although she’s been a member of the KYW Newsradio family for more than two decades, her voice has also been heard on radio stations WMGK, WPEN, WFIL, WIP (where she was both assistant news director and a talk show host), WHYY-FM, WCOJ in Coatesville, WBUX in Levittown, Pa., and on country station WXTU, where she was news director.
Lynne Adkins grew up in the Delaware Valley and graduated from Temple University with a degree in radio, television, and film.
A recent study shows that when a well-known actress made her health related issues public, people listened and responded.
The new device is about the size of a large vitamin and is placed directly in the heart through a catheter, says Dr. Doug Esberg, a cardiologist at the center.
People try to simplify life for a number of reasons according to Dr. Heidi Freeman, assistant professor of kinesiology at the University of the Sciences.
When patients and families hear that it may be time for hospice care, many don’t fully understand what that means.
As April 15 approaches, it’s helpful to know what you could face when you file this time around.
Some credit card companies are now giving consumers free FICO scores so they can track their credit. But is it worth it to switch cards to get such a perk?
Citrus fruits have Vitamin C, which according to Main Line Health nutrition specialist Judy Matusky can help ward off colds and the flu this time of year. You should also eat a lot of colorful fruits and vegetables.
The Food and Drug Administration has just approved a faster, more accurate test that can be used in your local doctor’s office.
Dr. Justin Bekelman, assistant professor of radiation oncology at Penn Medicine, says research shows even patients in their 80’s can tolerate the addition of radiation.
Temple University Taking Part In Study That Uses Stem Cells To Help Patients With End Stage Heart Failure
The nationwide study Temple University is taking part in is for people who have no other treatment options available and their heart is failing.
When working on the influenza vaccine for the following year, researchers make a guess as to which strains will be prevalent.
Just because you’ve heard a hot holiday tip, doesn’t make it fact.
Patients at Abington Health’s Schilling Campus in Willow Grove can now use video phones and computer monitors to connect to human interpreters in more than a hundred languages.
Germs are everywhere, but nine everyday things you touch may be dirtier than your toilet seat according to a new study.
It’s a busy time, but you can find a few minutes to get tax information organized and that can help in April, according to Rosalind Sutch a CPA with Drucker and Scaccetti in Philadelphia.