Hanlon: Tailgating Can Happen AnywhereThe medical supply shelf was cleared of sterile gauze, needles and catheters; replaced with guacamole, hoagies and brownies. (Don’t worry, we sterilized the shelf when we were done.)
4-Year-Old Girl With Rare Disease Lives Dream Day In Philadelphia Before Treatment At CHOPTabriz is seeking treatment at CHOP for a disease that affects less than 100 people worldwide.
Kerri Hanlon: The Gift Of Caring For The CaregiverAt a time when the parent’s focus is likely solely on their child, gracing them with what they need during these few precious moments is key.
Ryan Seacrest, Camila Cabello Surprise Kids At CHOPCamila Cabello surprises patients at CHOP with Ryan Seacrest.
CHOP Holding Prom Night For PatientsIt's prom night for the patients at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
CHOP Promotes Global Teen Health WeekChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia to participate in Global Teen Health Week during March 18-24.
CHOP's 2nd Annual Philly Spin-In Fundraiser ReturnsA big workout to help little hearts -- the second Philly Spin-In takes place this coming weekend to benefit the Cardiac Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Number Of Teenagers Diagnosed With Kidney Stones RisingThe Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has new research underway to improve prevention strategies for kidney stones.
New Advances At CHOP Helping Teens With ScoliosisNew advances are helping teenagers with a curvature of the spine-- an often hidden condition called scoliosis.
Eagles Kick Off Playoff Week With Pep Rally At CHOPCHOP partnered with the Eagles to throw an exclusive pep rally to kick off a week of excitement and anticipation for the team’s first playoff game since 2013.
Holiday Toy Drive Honors Memory Of Young Girl Who Lost Battle With CancerLaw enforcement from all over the Delaware Valley honored the life of a 5-year-old girl who wanted to bring a smile to her sick friends at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
CHIP 25th Anniversary Takes On Somber Tone With Future UncertainFunding for CHIP, which provides health insurance for nearly 9 million children from mostly working class families, ran out in September.