CHOP Joins Nationwide Survey Seeking Autism AnswersChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia has joined the largest ever genetics study on autism.
Daughters Travel Far And Wide To Walk With Mom In Komen's Race For The CureTens of thousands of people will be on the parkway for Race for The Cure, but one Philadelphia family has a special connection.
Groundbreaking For Health And Wellness Garden At CHOP Pediatric CenterA garden for community engagement and nutritional programs is being planted in West Philadelphia.
Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Unveils Bionic Suit For Use With Stroke And Spinal Cord InjuriesParaplegic patients at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Center City are walking again thanks a bionic suit.
Medical Errors May Be Third Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S.Doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do.
South Jersey Hospital Offers Quicker Alternative To MRIFind out if you need shoulder surgery without the need for an MRI. Lourdes Medical Center in Burlington County is offering MRI results in the office.
Friendship Is More Powerful Than Morphine, Study FindsResearchers at Oxford University discovered that people with more friends have a higher pain tolerance.
Johnson & Johnson Just Lost Another Talcum Powder Cancer LawsuitJohnson & Johnson has suffered its second costly court defeat in less than three months over claims its talcum powder caused cancer.
Study: Breast Milk Good For 'Preemies'Parenting experts have advocated breastfeeding for years but new research suggests it can be especially beneficial to preemies.
Authorities Push For Participation In National Prescription Drug Take Back Day“This is a national event and will be occurring across the country.”
Philadelphia Aims To Become International Hub For Indoor FarmingPhiladelphia aims to become an international hub for indoor growing, according to a resolution passed today by city council.
Penn Vet Launches Revolutionary Robotics-Controlled Equine Imaging SystemIt's the first of its kind -- a robotics controlled imaging system that can be used on standing or moving horses. It's being developed at Penn Vet's New Bolton Center in Chester County.