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Cases in the city are still increasing and officials expect that to continue for another two or three weeks. Flu usually does the most damage in February and March.
We recently spoke with Howard M. Nathan, CEO of the Gift of Life Donor Program, the federally designated nonprofit organ and tissue transplant network for eastern Pa., S.J., and Delaware.
Classic triggers of heart burn are spicy foods, tomato-based products, greasy or fried foods, dairy, coffee and chocolate.
The three-panel court aggressively questioned J. Dwight Yoder, the attorney for the Adorers as to why he believed the court should now handle the matter since the nuns never brought it up during the lengthy federal approval process for the pipeline.
Even parents have been astonished to learn how much their children were processing, once they could type out their thoughts and feelings on tablets, phones and other devices.
You could see the Liberty Bell through a window. Independence Hall was closed. Visitors were not happy.
Though the township granted a zoning variance, the state has not granted a permit to any company to operate a facility in Lower Merion.
Are you the modern-day incarnation of landed gentry from 18th-century England? Or do you share the pale features of a 19th-century Norwegian lass, gazing wistfully from a balcony?
The Philadelphia region and the nation overall saw increases in early childhood immunization rates, but there is room for improvement.
To provide you with the timely, credible, in-depth resources you need to eat healthy, get fit, raise a family and be a smart health consumer, we have compiled a panel of experts from around the region.
The four local sites are among 31 Superfund sites nationwide the agency says have potential to "become catalysts for economic growth and revitalization." All are in various stages of cleanup.
A Seattle judge said Olympus Corp. failed to properly disclose internal emails that raised safety concerns about a redesigned medical scope as early as 2008, several years before the device was publicly tied to deadly superbug outbreaks from Washington state to Pennsylvania.