A suicide prevention effort that began with middle schoolers have now spread to college students.
Here's what the research currently tells us.
The hope is that their work together will have an impact on the lives of local children and children elsewhere.
While antivirals can be effective, they are not a substitute for vaccinations. The flu vaccine offers your child the best chance to avoid the flu this season.
The numbers aren't in yet, but the new state vaccination requirements seem to be getting more kids immunized earlier, officials say.
Inflammatory bowel disease is an inflammatory disease affecting approximately 1.6 million Americans, including as many as 80,000 children.
About 22 percent of college students in the U.S. are hungry, according to a recent report.
The economic benefits would come by instituting a simple, nationwide policy change: starting public school classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m.
New national standards for youth hypertension aim to make diagnosis easier and earlier to help more kids.
Free classes and other activities at open houses this month throughout the Philadelphia region.
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.
Here are five helpful tips to get your family eating more nutritious and delicious meals.
Stock your fridge with easy-to-grab containers of carrots, celery, hard-boiled eggs, and pasta. Go shopping at a farmers' market with your kids. And other options.
Come on, Philly, let's put our kids on a fit and healthy path this school year.