Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Every summer the stories are tragic, an infant or young child left inside of a hot car by a forgetful parent or caregiver as the mercury quickly rises to unbearable temperatures.
The boy was critically injured when he fell at a home in the Kingsessing section of Philadelphia Saturday morning.
The 16th annual all you can eat Super Scooper Ice Cream Festival on Penn’s Landing is underway through Sunday. It’s an event to benefit a worthy cause.
Families can enjoy unlimited frozen treats at Penn’s Landing on July 4th through 6th to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
The report, by the Policy Lab at Children’s Hospital, says 17 percent of Philadelphia school students have been involved with DHS or the juvenile justice system, and 20 percent of those in high schools.
Many local hospitals have seen a slight dip in the money they’re taking in, while expenses continue to climb.
Police arrested a Chester County man Saturday for allegedly firing the shot that struck an eight-year-boy as he rode his bicycle nearby.
With the arrival of prom season, some kids at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia were getting ready for a special prom celebration on Thursday night.
Dr. Taliba Foster explains how her education helped her forge a career in helping children.
An 11 year-old girl is dead after she was shot in the shoulder Saturday in her Mantua home by her two-year-old sibling.
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.