"There's no pumpkin pie until you tell me how you want to live until you die," jokes one physician who is serious about her family's annual discussion on the most important of topics.
Members of the Esmond family suffered severe, permanent injuries from exposure to the colorless, odorless neurotoxin during a holiday in 2015.
Most caregivers find the experience stressful, and even overwhelming, but also worthwhile. Here's how to act on the signs of burnout before they lead to the caregiver's own health problems.
But uncertainty in Congress, as well as the Trump administration cutting the enrollment period and advertising dollar,s mean the final number enrolled could be less than last year.
Shingles will strike 1 in 3 Americans during their lifetimes - most between ages 60 and 70. The vaccines are your best armor against the disease that has gradually but steadily increased among Americans, primarily because we are living longer.
In the next five years, the University of Pennsylvania Health System plans $3.9 billion in capital expenditures, including $1.5 billion for the 17-story patient pavilion that is under construction on the University City campus.
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.
Pennsylvania remains ground zero for the debilitating illness, the CDC says.
The point is not to put more people on medication, which can come with side-effects, but to get more Americans to reduce their numbers through lifestyle changes.
A large study is the latest to find that the youngest children in a class are more likely to get the diagnosis.
If the same resolution is resurrected and repeated year after year, this tells us one thing: Our intentions are persistent, but we aren’t so great at executing. Follow this guide to cultivate healthy habits that last a lifetime.
If you keep it up all month, you'll have added 29 small steps that together can mean big changes for your heart.
CHICAGO (AP) - Attempted suicides, drug overdoses, cutting and other types of self-injury have increased substantially in U.S. girls, a 15-year study of emergency room visits found.