CHOP's 2nd Annual Philly Spin-In Fundraiser ReturnsA big workout to help little hearts -- the second Philly Spin-In takes place this coming weekend to benefit the Cardiac Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Number Of Teenagers Diagnosed With Kidney Stones RisingThe Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has new research underway to improve prevention strategies for kidney stones.
Holiday Toy Drive Honors Memory Of Young Girl Who Lost Battle With CancerLaw enforcement from all over the Delaware Valley honored the life of a 5-year-old girl who wanted to bring a smile to her sick friends at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Mom Spurs Marijuana-Autism Study In PhiladelphiaErica Daniels was nearly at wit's end in trying to find ways to ease her son Leo's autism symptoms. And then, she came upon marijuana.
Gov. Wolf Signs Legislation Reauthorizing Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance ProgramThe governor traveled to Philadelphia and Children's Hospital to sign the CHIP reauthorization legislation and call on parents to contact their representatives in Washington.
Annual WOGL Radiothon Raises Money For CHOP While Putting Smiles On Children's FacesThe mission at WOGL’s annual Radiothon on Friday was to put smiles on the faces of patients at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Go Home For First TimeOn Monday at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, formerly conjoined twins, Erin and Abby Delaney, were discharged to return home to North Carolina just in time for Thanksgiving.
Philadelphia Students Hold Dance Marathon To Support Sick Children At CHOPStudents at Nazareth Academy High School will be dancing from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Friday at "Naz-A-Thon."
Eagles Bring Halloween To Patients At CHOPEagles linebacker Joe Walker and defensive tackle Beau Allen helped bring Halloween to kids at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on Monday.
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.