Kate Bilo talks with Dr. Paul Mather about Jefferson Hospital’s 6th Annual Heart Health Day.
Some teens are turning to the grocery store to get drunk, buying cooking wine.
Victor Baidal, 9, is a self-proclaimed “old soul.”
Police say a driver crashed into four parked vehicles Sunday after their accelerator got stuck.
A second-floor classroom was buzzing on Thursday as four teams played “Jeopardy” with a decidedly medical twist.
Around 11:13 a.m., the man was shocked by the service lines outside on S 10th Street and fell two stories.
All across America, children and parents were bonding as part of the 20th annual “Take Your Kids to Work” Day.
Tuesday is World Voice Day — time to learn how to treat yours better!
Uninsured and underinsured Philadelphia children can get their eyes checked for free on “Give Kids Sight Day.”
Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals received the Yitzhak Rabin Public Service Award from the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce for their accomplishments in clinical care, research and education.
One male is dead and several others were arrested after a brawl between two wedding parties Sunday morning at a hotel in Society Hill.
Public Citizens for Children and Youth and Eagles Youth Partnership have teamed up with Wills Eye Institute for Give Kids Sight Day on Saturday.
The controversy over contraception being included in health insurance brings an interesting question to the forefront: How much does birth control really cost?
Aretha Swift of Abington just turned 52. She suffers from diabetes, is in renal failure and on dialysis. Doctors say she needs a new kidney, and she’s been on the transplant list for more than a year.
A robotic arm picks up each patient sample individually and can process up to 300 samples per hour.