A study by researchers at Penn Medicine found turning them into green space can help reduce physical stress.
Traumatic 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.
According to Penn Medicine, two sisters, who are one year apart in age, gave birth this morning just fifteen minutes apart.
Dr. 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.
Snyderman is an alumna of Penn’s School of Medicine, and holds an appointment as a “clinical associate” of otorhinolaryngology there.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on what’s being called a game changer.
People newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease often struggle with not just depression, but anxiety and fatigue as well according to a new study conducted here in Philadelphia.
Jim Riley from Penn Medicines Cancer Center was here to speak to us about “The Ride to Conquer Cancer” that will take place October 11-12th.
Pennsylvania has more people suffering with Alzheimer’s disease than most other states. And now Senator Toomey is calling for more research funding.
The 53rd annual Philadelphia Antiques Show is taking place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through Tuesday April 29th.
The Ride to Conquer Cancer is a two-day, 150 mile cycling event throughout Philadelphia’s countryside, benefiting Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Centre.
Stand Up To Cancer is an effort at several institutions around the country to find a cure or treatment for pancreatic cancer.
Philadelphia has many great health care organizations so there is a lot of opportunity for career growth as well as professional development.
Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received a $3.25 million dollar gift to establish a center dedicated to a degenerative disease affecting one in every 50,000 people in the world.
Penn Medicine and Crozer Keystone Health System were the first to share data with patient consent.