In theory, stockpiling eggs to defy biological clocks should be booming. In reality, though, preserving eggs to put off motherhood is an onerous, unpredictable, expensive process.
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.
How about getting an STD from a toilet seat? Some of the warnings your parents gave you are correct. Others, not so much. Take the quiz below.
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.
Integrative health programs help support both patients and their caregivers.
On Dec. 19, the CDC reported the case of a Kansas resident who had become infected with Salmonella after ingesting rattlesnake pills. Salmonella can cause severe and occasionally fatal infections of the intestine and bloodstream.
The flu season is on the upswing. Seven people have died in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including one child. Other viruses are also taking a toll.
The new policy appears to be broad and aimed at protecting health-care workers who cite those reasons for refusing to take part in abortions, to treat transgender patients, or to participate in other types of care.
Philadelphia psychiatrist Claire Pouncey is not weighing in on whether President Trump is mentally ill, but she defends her colleagues' right to do so. That puts her at odds with her professional medical organization.
When cancer is the unwelcome guest, love is what matters most, this Wayne family has learned. They're trying to help others.
Cooper University Health Care has gone to court seeking to recover $15 million held in escrow following its abandoned attempt to acquire Lourdes Health Systen and St. Francis Medical Center.
The Food and Drug Administration approves Philadelphia drug maker Spark Therapeutics' first ever gene therapy for a genetic disease, developed at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Some tests that tell you about your ancestors roots may also tell you that you're at high risk for Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease. Experts say this can be devastating news to receive without the proper counseling. Be sure you are ready for this kind of information.