No one likes to get a shot, but vaccinations are required by school districts. Parents and pediatricians can make it easier for kids to suffer through the pain.
Beginning next month, the Camden County Library will start a book club for up to eight people with mental and developmental disabilities.
The Center for the Urban Child opens next month at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.
Dr. Riyaz Bashir, an interventional cardiovascular specialist at Temple University Hospital, says a minimally invasive procedure gives patients an alternative to medication.
Dermatologists trying to determine which skin lesions need testing first should ask patients how those patches feel.
The project called Home Plate is a three year research project to teach low income parents the best way to cook healthy meals to keep their kids fit.
The FDA has approved an oxycodone pill designed to deter abuse.
As “urgent care” centers pop up all over the region, medical providers worry that many people don’t know when to bypass the urgent-care facility and head straight to a hospital emergency room.
Millions of heart failure patients could benefit by adding a well-known supplement to the treatment.
You can buy a bridge for as little as $1. Currently there are eleven for sale.
Wills Eye Hospital, at 9th and Walnut Streets, comes in #2 on the list of best eye hospitals in the United States.
Members of the Almanac Dance Circus Theater will be entertaining visitors during “Nightfall,” a onetime free show.
Keeping autistic children safe near the water is a major issue as drowning is the leading cause of death for them.
The procedure is called a cardiac ablation, and it is often used to treat patients with atrial fibrillation, or “A-fib,” the most common heart rhythm problem.
Dr. Henry Fung, director of the Temple Bone Marrow Transplant Program, says the new study indicates an effective treatment for adults that will cause them far less discomfort.