PA Target Hosting Sensory Friendly Shopping Hours For Those With AutismA Target store in Lancaster is creating a more toned down shopping experience for this upcoming weekend to benefit those with autism.
'Operation Walk' Provides Free Hip Surgery To Bucks County WomanThe program will provide dozens of patients across the country with joint replacement surgeries for free.
Study Finds Having A Positive Outlook On Life Could Save YoursThis is a large scale study that finds having a positive outlook really can help you live longer.
Study Finds Men More At Risk Of Overeating During HolidaysA study explains the mental side of why men try to out-eat friends and loved ones, even if it's subconscious.
Study: Just 1 Cigarette A Day Can Lead To Earlier DeathThe study found those who smoke between one and 10 cigarettes had an 87 percent risk of earlier death than nonsmokers.
Drexel Using Video Games To Help Those With Motor Disabilitiesnside Drexel University’s Replay Lab they’re developing video games to help the those with motor disabilities.
Target Recalls Menorahs Due To Melting HazardTarget is reminding shoppers about previously recalled menorahs due to a melting hazard.
Christie Visits Infants Facing Drug Addiction, Pledges HelpGov. Chris Christie says a tour of a New Jersey neonatal unit for infants born to mothers on drugs makes him want to do more to help them.
Health: A Key To Finding The Right Health InsuranceThere's a new way to save money on health insurance in Pennsylvania.
Bikini Waxing Could Heighten Risk Of Acquiring STD, Study FindsA new study reveals that bikini waxing and other forms of grooming could heighten the risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted disease.
Study: Many Asexual People Fantasize About Having Sex, MasturbateA new study finds that people who identify as asexual still fantasize about having sex.
STUDY: Skipping Two Hours Of Sleep May Double Your Crash RiskDrivers who are just one or two hours shy of that recommendation nearly double their risk for a crash the next day, according to a new study.