Talking about end of life issues is never easy. Now, there’s a game to open the discussion.
Ice storms a year-and-a-half ago damaged the roof at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Now, the 139-year-old building is getting a facelift.
Some area rivers, including parts of the Delaware in Bucks County, are running low this spring because of the lack of rainfall.
The FDA had just approved the Senza Spinal Cord Stimulator which eliminates the down side of previous units.
More than one hundred people today celebrated a milestone of survival following their cancer treatment in Philadelphia.
The wigs come in all colors and styles and are provided by the American Cancer Society.
“Flakka” or “Gravel” is a synthetic stimulant that has many effects.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, PCOM, has been around since 1899, but many in the area have no idea what makes a D.O. different than an M.D.
Philadelphia Community Takes Small Steps Toward Healthier Lifestyle During Independence Blue Cross Walk
Wednesday marked the 8th annual Independence Blue Cross National Walk @ Lunch Day event to promote good, healthy habits.
Getting toddlers to eat healthy foods can make you crazy, but there are tips that may help.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued a health alert about a rise in syphilis cases.
Ten US military veterans, all formerly homeless, have graduated from a job training program during ceremonies at a center city Philadelphia hotel.
A local hospice has unveiled a space that is just for children visiting family members.
A local study shows that just a few weeks of work can go a long way to improve balance.
A local physician has turned his medical issues into a book to teach others.