Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received a $3.25 million dollar gift to establish a center dedicated to a degenerative disease affecting one in every 50,000 people in the world.
Sarah Murnaghan received The “Shining Star” award from the Delaware Valley chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at the annual Wishes and Dreams Winter Ball.
A new experimental way to treat people with peanut allergies, one of the most common food allergies that can cause deadly allergic reactions. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the new peanut patch.
CHOP patient Camden Divert, 10, of Pottsville, Pa., was all smiles today when he got to meet about ten therapy dogs.
The competition in the field of health care is fierce, so a good education is crucial to land a good job and to be the best in the field.
Police are investigating a double shooting in Southwest Philadelphia that left two teenagers wounded.
15-year-old Russell Drzik just had heart surgery CHOP. A successful surgery has also ended in a dream come true. He’ll be attending the Eagles-Saints playoff game tonight at the Linc thanks to Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.
“Things that we let bend us out of shape, these kids just take in stride,” says Wolfe, 60, who founded Heart to Hand Ministries in 1992.
Seven-year-old Jabriel O’Connor died last summer after he was found at the bottom of a city pool in the Cobbs Creek section of the city.
Janet Geissler (left) leads the Philadelphia chapter of Project Linus, and during her tenure they’ve donated 22,000 blankets for kids dealing with trauma.
Police say someone driving a black SUV struck a three-year-old boy at 53rd and Chestnut Streets Friday, then fled the scene.
The incident was reported at about 7:10 p.m. at S. 52nd Street and Greenway Avenue.
If character was measured in wins and losses, Charlie Manuel would be in that Hall of Fame too.
A unique collaboration is now underway between cardiologists at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
A remarkable study, conducted by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia physicians, takes a look at the lives of babies born addicted to crack and compares their progress to children from the same socioeconomic background that were not exposed to cocaine.