The Mayes College at the University of the Sciences in University City has received a $2 million gift from an alumnus.
May is National Celiac Disease Awareness Month and eating to stay healthy is easier than ever.
Hospitals use clear plastic bags of saline solution, administered intravenously, to keep patients hydrated.
Want a career in the military or in certain police departments? That visible tattoo could be a problem.
This is Cinco De Mayo, and if you’re celebrating, you may want to find out how to make the meal healthier.
A walk is set for Saturday, May 10th to raise cash and awareness for Crohn’s and Colitis.
Stress won’t cause allergies but can make the symptoms worse according to a study in the April issue of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology.
You can now get a blood pressure reading and may soon be able to find out if you need mental health counseling as you wait at the local pharmacy.
Brett Stebulis died in 2008. But before he did, he was given 102 units of blood to keep his organs alive so they could be donated to save others.
It’s no surprise that more experienced and better-educated nurses would give better care and result in shorter hospital stays, according to Patricia Eakin, a registered nurse and president of PASNAP, a Pennsylvania union for registered nurses and allied professionals.
The taxes have been filed, but now it’s time to put all that hard work to use.
The blue and white wheel chair design on a handicapped parking sign or where a facility is wheelchair accessible is well known, but not active enough for 22-year-old Chris Yang.
Food allergies among children have doubled in the past 17 years, and there’s no indication it’s going to get better any time soon.
Doctors at a hospital in Darby have found a way to reduce the incidence of a well known problem for intensive care patients.
New state numbers indicate cancer rates in Pennsylvania are on the rise along with survival rates.