Vietnam Vet In Philly Receives Innovative Treatment For Tremor DisorderHoping to get his life back, the Delaware grandfather turned to Penn Medicine for treatment with a new noninvasive technology.
Penn Doctor Raising Money For Alzheimer's Research Through 5K Race, WalkEvery 66 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease and the treatment options are limited.
Penn Medicine First In State To Perform Innovative Spinal Repair ProcedureThere is a new quick and easy procedure is for patients who have back and leg pain from a herniated disc.
Independence Blue Cross, Penn Medicine Join Forces To Improve Health CareIndependence Blue Cross and Penn Medicine will work together trying to improve health care, while reducing costs.
Health: War Hero’s Brain Injury Treatments Show PromiseSome of the biggest advances are happening here in Philadelphia.
Penn Genetics Experts Sign On To Counsel Patients Who Test Positive For Alzheimer's GeneA group of Penn Medicine genetic experts has agreed to play a very sensitive role in a nationwide genetics testing program, which is enrolling thousands of people in an Alzheimer's study.
"Strategic Alliance" Brings Penn Medicine And Virtua Together In South JerseyTwo major health care providers in the region are teaming up on a pair of important fronts.
Study Finds Turning Blighted Areas Into Green Space Can Help Reduce StressA study by researchers at Penn Medicine found turning them into green space can help reduce physical stress.
Health: Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor Working To Help OthersTraumatic Brain Injuries, we hear about them all the time with athletes and concussions. They can cause devastating lifelong problems. One Chester County woman, who's had a remarkable recovery, is now working to help others.
Sisters Give Birth Just 15 Minutes Apart At Philadelphia HospitalAccording to Penn Medicine, two sisters, who are one year apart in age, gave birth this morning just fifteen minutes apart.
Penn Doctor: Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy Can Benefit Older Men With Prostate CancerDr. Justin Bekelman, assistant professor of radiation oncology at Penn Medicine, says research shows even patients in their 80's can tolerate the addition of radiation.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Quarantined Over Ebola, is U. of P. Alumna and ConsultantSnyderman is an alumna of Penn’s School of Medicine, and holds an appointment as a "clinical associate" of otorhinolaryngology there.