Temple University School of Medicine
Working up a sweat during regular aerobic activity can help your memory once it starts to slip according to new research from Copenhagen.
It’s been a cold winter and that’s leading right into an explosive allergy season
Eighty-four years ago, artifacts were placed into a tin box and placed behind the building’s cornerstone.
Dermatologists trying to determine which skin lesions need testing first should ask patients how those patches feel.
It’s already annoying and it’s going to be a bad year for allergies.
Patients who suffer heart damage from a heart attack can have problems such as heart failure years later. Researchers want to prevent that outcome.
About 3.8 million sports-related concussion-type injuries occur in the US each year, with very few of those who suffer them ever getting checked out at hospital.
A professor at Temple University’s medical school suspects the virus is transmitted from mother to baby during development, and if a medical treatment is found for cervical cancer, that treatment could be used to treat this type of epilepsy.
Gleevec is the drug of choice to treat Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (or CML) but it doesn’t kill the stem cells, leaving some patients at risk for the disease to get worse.
A new study indicates that one in every 33 baby boomers has the hepatitis C virus, and many don’t even know they have this liver destroying disease.
The former Chair of the Ophthalmology department at the Temple University School of Medicine was convicted on Monday of all 150 counts of fraud against him, crimes authorities charged were motivated by greed and alcohol abuse on the job.
Parents and schools battling head lice are finding the critters are winning.
A federal grand jury in Philadelphia alleges that Dr. Joseph Kubacki, who specialized in pediatric ophthalmology, was responsible for thousands of false billings between 2002 and 2007.