Temple University professor Peter Lelkes thinks he has a better way of dressing serious wounds — including on the battlefield.
With the end of 2013, several environmentally friendly tax credits expire including those for fixing up the house, according to Jeff Kim a CPA in Bala Cynwyd.
Halloween treats can turn to nasty tricks unless you’re careful.
As Congress works on a plan to raise the debt ceiling, taxpayers may be wondering how they will be affected if there is no agreement.
Paoli Hospital is celebrating its 100th year serving the Chester County Community.
Researchers found duplicated services and medications, and increased costs.
The growing addiction problem is adding to the number of emergency room visits, rescue calls, treatment placements and deaths in Philadelphia every year.
Dr. Jeffrey Farma, a surgical oncologist at Fox Chase Cancer Center says the research shows that most patients avoid the sun the first year after diagnosis but after that, sun exposure increases year after year.
Nearly 1 in 40 American Jews of Eastern European descent carries the BRCA 1 and 2 mutation which increases the risk of certain cancers, including breast and ovarian.
Drowsy drivers may cause nearly a third of all deadly car crashes according to federal statistics.
The law allows you to buy insurance through an exchange, with part of the premium possibly offset by a tax credit.
One local university is taking an opportunity this month, National Cholesterol Education Month, to urge its students to pay attention to the dangers of high cholesterol.
Museum officials will be welcoming area college students with daylong festivities including food, music, and giveaways on the famous steps.
A Penndot spokeswoman says the idea isn’t new — just the method.
People with egg allergies have one less reason to avoid the yearly flu shot.