Carnival Atmosphere Outside CHOP For Fetal Surgery Family ReunionIt was a reunion for the families of children who had life-changing surgeries while most of them were still in the womb.
CHOP Ranks Among The Best Pediatric Hospitals In Nation According To New RankingsThe 2016-17 U.S. News and World Report Best Children's Hospital National Rankings ranked CHOP among the best.
Philly Takes Gold At Transplant Games Of America's Singing CompetitionAll kinds of competition at the Transplant games of America, including today’s finals in a singing competition called “Lyrics for Life.”
CHOP Staff Teaches Potentially Life Saving Skills Right On The SidewalkThe emphasis was hands-only CPR, not mouth to mouth, and it was training, not certification.
Annenberg Center Live Entertains Patients At Children's Hospital Of PhiladelphiaKids at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia got a free preview Wednesday morning of an annual festival being held a few blocks away.
Brothers Receive Rare Diagnosis After Parents Advocate For TestingIt’s a big weekend for Kelly and Ryan Sexton. On Saturday the family is hosting a beef and beer benefit to raise awareness for MED13L-- a rare syndrome their sons Dylan and Logan were recently diagnosed with.
CHOP Joins Nationwide Survey Seeking Autism AnswersChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia has joined the largest ever genetics study on autism.
Groundbreaking For Health And Wellness Garden At CHOP Pediatric CenterA garden for community engagement and nutritional programs is being planted in West Philadelphia.
Teen Creator Of Viral Autism Awareness Video Brings Message To PhillyAlexandra Jackman stopped by Children's Hospital on Friday to be part of a conversation about inclusion.
CHOP Receives $5 Million Donation From Wawa FoundationThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received a $5 million philanthropic gift from the Wawa foundation.
Husband-Wife Team Record Song To Benefit 7-Year-Old With CancerA husband and wife singing duo record a song to benefit a boy with cancer.
The Who's Philadelphia Show To Aid Children With CancerOn their 50th anniversary world tour, The Who, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are making music history and raising money and awareness for a charity called Who Cares Teen Cancer America.