Teens from all over the city gathered at Temple University Wednesday for a unique conference. It was designed to keep them focused on the future.
A local organization committed to providing HIV care, social services and other outreach efforts to Philadelphia’s culturally diverse community sponsored a seminar focusing on the plight of immigrants and what can sometimes be their complicated access to health care.
It’s the end of an era at the Philadelphia Fire Department, as longstanding fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers retires.
“It’s kind of a double-edge sword,” says Paula Nagle of the Marshall Financial Group, based in Doylestown.
Physicians at Abington Memorial Hospital are advocating pregnant women between 27 and 33 weeks gestation receive a whooping cough vaccine.
Today is National Senior Health and Fitness Day. A group of Philadelphia area seniors have been hitting the gym a couple days of week, as they are determined to stay fit.
Acting Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine for Abington Memorial Hospital Dr. Stephen Fisher says as with anything else you need to approach this activity with an abundance of caution.
Students at Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School, in Ardsley, cheered as a rainsoaked Stephen Finley, president of Bishop McDevitt High School in Wyncote, ran up the grade school’s driveway.
John Giordano, CEO of First Heritage Financial, says he’s seen a shift in the past year from a refinance market to a purchase market.
Philadelphia fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers says to take a good look at your barbecue grill before lighting it up.
Expect additional congestion on City Avenue for the foreseeable future, but the temporary inconvenience will benefit drivers for years to come.
A Temple trauma surgeon who also trains medical students to follow in her footsteps noticed that while students receive copious training on what brain death is, they aren’t necessarily taught how to explain brain death to a waiting family.
Students at Philadelphia’s Cristo Rey High School spent part of their school year giving back to the community.
Father Judge High School in Northeast Philadelphia took first place at the Model United Nations National Debate held at the U.S. State Department in Washington D.C.
The head of a local organization focused on improving campus security is pleased that the issue is getting a spotlight from the vice president of the United States.