Girl Scouts Taking Part In STEM Summer CampGirl Scouts from throughout the region are taking part in a summer camp at Jefferson University aimed at getting more women into science, technology, engineering and math careers.
The Dangers Of Viewing Solar Eclipse Without Special GlassesDoctors warn about the dangers of the upcoming solar eclipse.
Franklin Institute Astronomer: Animals Could Get 'Confused' During Solar EclipseThe total solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21.
Food Fight Between Cauliflower And Rice Boils OverIt's a bit of a food fight over minced cauliflower as it's becoming a trendy substitute for carbohydrates. But there's controversy about what to call it.
Study: Different Warning Signs Of Strokes For Men, WomenBarby Crear, 67, has heart disease, which puts her at higher risk for stroke.
Lone Star Tick Bite Causes Uncommon Side EffectAt the height of the summer tick season, it's not just Lyme disease that's a potential risk.
Tech Glasses Help Legally Blind Teacher See ClearerFor the first time in 25 years of teaching at Cardinal O'Hara, Ed Allen can see what the hall ways really look like.
Holy Child Academy Using STEAM Lab To Get Students Excited About Evolving TechnologiesSTEAM education is vital to the success of students - and at Holy Child Academy in Drexel Hill, they're starting at a very young age.
WARNING: Parasite ‘Crypto' Could Be In Your Swimming Pool, CDC SaysWith the Memorial Day weekend just a day away, and pools opening soon, the CDC is alerting families about a potential danger in some pools.
New Technology Helping To Diagnose Hard-To-Find Breast CancerNew technology is helping to diagnose hard-to-find breast cancer.
Norristown Students Learn Life-Saving Skills Using 'Smart Dummies'Journalism students from East Norriton Middle School in Norristown got up close and personal with a dummy called SimMan.
2017 Hurricane Season: Now Is The Time To Prepare June 1 marks the start of hurricane season, and the time to prepare is before the season begins.