New Kid Friendly Cold Pack Is Providing Quicker Treatment In The Emergency RoomThe device is designed to make kids smile while easing their pain when they need an IV placed.
Summer Fun Gets A Little Bit Easier For Children With Special NeedsIt can be challenging for children with autism to deal with the lights and sounds at museums, theaters and amusement parks.
Boy's New Hands Still Gripping Strong 2 Years After 'Successful Surgery'A boy who received the world's first double hand transplant is thriving two years after his surgery.
First-Of-Its-Kind Cancer Treatment Wins FDA EndorsementA first-of-its-kind cancer treatment, developed here in Philadelphia, won a unanimous endorsement on Wednesday from FDA advisors.
CHOP Earns Top Honors In Best Children's Hospital In The Country RankingHigh praise for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Child Health Care Providers, Parents Give Their Own Score To Senate's Proposed Health Care Bill With the Senate health care bill on the fast track, local child health care providers and their patients' parents talked about the impact it would have on them.
CHOP's Pediatric ICU Celebrates Half-Century MilestoneA golden anniversary at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia as it's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is marking their 50th year.
CHOP Holds Annual Alex's Lemonade Stand Kick-Off EventChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia held its annual Alex's Lemonade Stand kickoff event on Friday and they handed out a very special award.
Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia Cures Teen Boy Of Egg AllergyMaking chocolate chip cookies with eggs used to be something that was life-threatening for 15-year-old Isaac Keiser.
11th Annual ‘CHOP Prom’ Gives Patients A Nice DistractionPatients at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia spent the day getting pampered in preparation for the 11th annual patient prom.
CHOP Celebrates Annual 'Day of Beauty' For Craniofacial Program PatientsIt was a day of pampering and beauty treatments for some special young ladies who have all undergone facial surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Philly Police: Teen Shot In The Eye By His Best FriendA 17-year-old Kingsessing boy, along the 5300 block of Lindbergh Blvd., is in the hospital tonight after police say he was shot in the face by his best friend.