When a father heard something snap in his neck while rough-housing with his son, he thought he broke his neck. Turns out that he did break something, though not his neck.
Insisting on the medical office protecting the confidentiality of your personal information, and answering those annoying quality surveys, are two good ways to make sure your provider knows what you want and how you expect to be treated.
This year, get the healthy eater in your family something you know they'll love. All of these kitchen tools make excellent gifts at an affordable cost.
Snow melted faster on a concrete slab made with a special ingredient: paraffin oil. The research was done at Drexel University and other schools.
The goal of the study will be to go beyond symptoms like headache, dizziness, or confusion, which are often used to classify brain injuries today, and begin to classify damage based on the type and extent of physical damage in the brain.
It was a perfect Sunday activity for toddlers: story time, followed by games and food. At the Children's Community School of West Philadelphia, Rabbi Alissa Wise had created the event as a celebration of inclusion and resistance. The book was the controversial "P Is for Palestine," written by Iranian-born...
The Pine Beach, N.J., woman has made five ascents up the 1,576 steps of the Empire State Building, starting in 2012. Her fastest time? 18 minutes.
It was supposed to be a relaxing five-day jaunt aboard the world's largest cruise ship, Independence of the Seas, but the cruise quickly morphed into a gastrointestinal nightmare, with 332 passengers sickened by a quickly spreading norovirus outbreak and the remaining 5,000 or so people worried they'd...
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) - Charles Grugan's drug addiction took a toll on his family.
Pennsylvania now has renewed its bill, but many state children stand to lose their health coverage by the end of January if Congress doesn't act.
In New Jersey and seven other states, a study found that mandatory infant oxygen tests reduced the rate of death from heart defects by one-third.
Deficient care continues at Blossom Philadelphia's homes for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults three weeks after the Chestnut Hill nonprofit decided to exit the residential services business. Meanwhile, state officials are trying to bring on four new providers to replace Blossom by Dec...
The first specific migraine drug could become available next year, much to the relief of sufferers running out of options.