After 485 days at the hospital, the family will be together at home in North Carolina.
Program will develop new surgeons for gender affirmation surgeries.
It's how much you eat - and when - that has you snoozing.
Victim was in critical condition at Temple University Hospital.
Caller claimed there was a bomb in revolution museum
New study says mothers should breastfeed their babies for at least two months to get many benefit, including reduced risk of SIDS, but longer is even better.
Doctor sniffling alongside you? It happens more often than you might think. A CDC researcher calls the statistics "alarming," but Philly hospitals have a plan.
For Emma and Ruby Cannady, sisters who have spinal muscular atrophy, this Halloween the ride is magical.
Black licorice contains a sweetening compound called glycyrrhizin, which can cause potassium levels in the body to fall.
Advocates say the Senate's version of CHIP would deny care they say should be decided by doctors and families, and could hold medical benefits for the state's other needy children.
CHIP has provided health care for millions of children nationally and hundreds of thousands in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. What now?
Transgender people, their doctors, and advocates worry that Trump administration and GOP policies will mean a loss of care and options.
A suicide prevention effort that began with middle schoolers have now spread to college students.
The hope is that their work together will have an impact on the lives of local children and children elsewhere.
The numbers aren't in yet, but the new state vaccination requirements seem to be getting more kids immunized earlier, officials say.
The Drexel study will explore the link between early intervention and better school readiness for children on the autism spectrum. Results could influence policy for this fast-growing disability.
Rita Giordano is a health and science reporter. She writes about pediatrics and issues involving children and youth.