About 2,000 or more protesters will participate in a sister rally to the main Peoples Climate March in Washington — at the same time thousands will be in the city to attend NFL draft events.
Leftovers will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at more than 100 locations in the Philly region alone, many but not all of them at local police stations.
As the U.S. experiences the most dramatic two-year increase in road-related fatalities in decades, bills that would toughen seat belt enforcement are pending in Alabama, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Vermont.
Every week in Des Moines, Iowa, the employees of a small nonprofit collect bins of unexpired prescription drugs tossed out by nursing homes after residents died, moved out or no longer needed them. The drugs are given to patients who couldn’t otherwise afford them.
New government rules could be pushed back again if grocery stores, convenience stores and pizza delivery chains get their way.
Solarize Philly will offer discounted installations and, separately, job training for students who seek a career in solar installations.
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People drinking diet soda daily are almost three times as likely to develop stroke and dementia as those who consumed it weekly or less.
WASHINGTON — So what, exactly, is Tom MacArthur proposing?
The Republican Congressman from South Jersey has thrown himself into the middle of...
An estimated 14 million women experience postpartum hemorrhage, and more than 100,000 die from it.
Jefferson Health and Denver-based National Jewish Health, a leading respiratory hospital, on Thursday announced the creation of a new respiratory institute...
The following restaurants and eateries were closed temporarily by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health between Apr. 12 and Apr. 26 for "unacceptable"...
Scientists develop a low-heat pepper that they hope will appeal to a broader audience.