Peter Sharkey of the Rothman Institute at Riddle Hospital stops by Talk Philly.
Tis the season for Achilles tendon injuries. A local orthopedic expert says, especially in the spring months, this injury is more common than you think.
According to one local expert, there are certain steps adults can take to minimize risk of injury to children on the playing field.
Medicines like Boniva and Fosamax are prescribed to help build bone strength and prevent fracture. But the FDA review, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, found that after three to five years of use, the risks may outweigh the benefits of this class of drugs called bisphosphonates.
A Philadelphia doctor is taking some extra steps to make sure patients getting painkillers from him don’t become addicted.
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