A dozen restaurants and markets were closed temporarily by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health between July 6 and July 18 for "unacceptable" conditions or "imminent health hazards."
Two years after an adorable, indomitable 8-year-old made history with a double hand transplant at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the ethics and tradeoffs of that operation are reexamined in light of the successes and struggles he has faced.
As consumers move away from animal sourced proteins, alternative sources are jumping to the forefront of the food industry.
Patients cut back on routine treatment. Involuntary commitments soared.
Air measurements paint an ugly picture for allergy sufferers.
But there was no new evidence of additional support for the recently abandoned repeal-and-replace measure or a repeal-only approach, which the Congressional Budget Office now estimates would result in 32 million more uninsured people within 10 years.
Region 3, which includes a large Philadelphia office, is targeting a maximum of 159 workers for buyouts and early retirements, or nearly one-fifth of its approximately 795 employees.
MIAMI (AP) - A 10-year-old boy from a drug-ridden Miami neighborhood apparently died of a fentanyl overdose last month, becoming one of Florida's littlest victims of the opioid crisis, authorities said Tuesday. But how he came into contact with the powerful painkiller is a mystery.
Don't worry about Beyonce's flat belly: Normal women need to take their time after giving birth.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Does it really take an expensive brain scan to diagnose Alzheimer's? Not everybody needs one but new research suggests that for a surprising number of patients whose memory problems are hard to pin down, PET scans may lead to changes in treatment.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Discovery Channel wants Shark Week viewers to be donors as well.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans overwhelmingly want lawmakers of both parties to work out health care changes, with only 13 percent supporting Republican moves to repeal "Obamacare" absent a replacement, according to a new poll.
A group of Roman Catholic nuns has filed court papers saying a planned pipeline through their Lancaster County cornfield would violate their religious freedom.
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