Mayor Kenney Puts Brakes On Proposed Safe-Injection Site In KensingtonPhiladelphia has the highest opioid death rate of any large U.S. city, with more than 1,000 deaths per year.
Health Department Issues Warning About Dangers Of Indoor TanningIn Pennsylvania, indoor tanning is illegal for minors ages 16 and younger.
Diabetics Waiting For Relief As Insulin Prices Nearly Double Over 5-Year Span
Regularly Exercising Can Help Control Symptoms Of Parkinson's Disease, Researchers SayThe number of people being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease has been increasing and it’s not known exactly why.
New Research Claims Runners Live Longer Than Non-Running PeersDoctors claim new research proves that running leads to living longer.
Bill Aims To Protect Consumers From Potentially Dangerous Chemicals Found In Health, Beauty ProductsIn the European Union, some 1,500 chemicals are banned or tightly regulated. In the U.S., just 11 chemicals are banned.
12-Year-Old Girl Critical After Passing Out At Philadelphia Charter School For Arts And Sciences, Police SayA 12-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after passing out inside a classroom, police say.
Researchers Developing Drug To Treat Menopause, Prevent DementiaNext, they hope to partner with a pharmaceutical company on clinical trials.
'Obviously I'm Concerned': Measles Outbreak Continues To Grow In U.S. The measles outbreak continues to grow with more states reporting cases on the highly contagious disease.
Deaf Students At Bankbridge Elementary School Create Inspirational Viral Music VideoTo showcase that vision, Cop and the students created a music video -- a signed interpretation of "This Is Me."
Fisher-Price Recalls Nearly 5 Million Rock 'N Play Sleepers Following Over 30 Infant DeathsFisher-Price first issued a warning about the sleeper last week, citing infant deaths.
New Jersey Becomes Latest State To Allow Assisted Suicide For Terminally IllNew Jersey joins six other states and the District of Columbia that have similar laws once it goes into effect in August.