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Medical marijuana is most often approved for treating pain conditions, making it an option instead of prescription painkillers.
14 min ago | Phillymag.com
If you had a blast at Cupid's Undie Run earlier this year, consider stripping down once again for the Philadelphia Undy Run/Walk on September 13th.
1 hr ago | Town Topics
THE VIEW FROM MOUNT LUCAS ROAD: The Vonvorys family at home on their back yard deck in a neighborhood where many smaller homes are being replaced by larger and more expensive homes.
2 hrs ago | AHRQ Innovations Exchange
The University of Pennsylvania Health System embeds community health workers into its clinical teams at hospitals and medical offices.
OND is a regular community feature on Daily Kos, consisting of news stories from around the world, sometimes coupled with a daily theme, original research or commentary.
Treating the rare disease MPS I is a challenge. MPS I, caused by the deficiency of a key enzyme called IDUA, eventually leads to the abnormal accumulation of certain molecules and cell death.
Stock guru Jeremy Siegel, finance professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is sticking with his prediction of 18,000 for the Dow Jones industrial average this year.
On average, states allowing the medical use of marijuana have lower rates of deaths resulting from opioid analgesic overdoses than states without such laws.
Tomorrow Drexel University will announce to trustees and senior staff that Harris Steinberg, currently executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's PennPraxis , will become executive director of the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation .
Dr. Steven First, 80, died Thursday morning, Aug. 21, 2014, after brief period of failing health.
A new review presents recommendations for the management of eating disorders in children.
States that have legalized the use of medical marijuana to manage chronic pain and other conditions have a 25 percent lower rate of deaths from opioid drug overdose than states where medical marijuana is illegal, according to a new study.
Many colleges ask the question, "Why us?" as part of the college admissions process.
In states where it is legal to use medical marijuana to manage chronic pain and other conditions, the annual number of deaths from prescription drug overdose is 25 percent lower than in states where medical marijuana remains illegal, new research suggests.
Apparently upset that white people were receiving awards at the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony Sunday, Anthea Butler, a professor of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania, issued a racially-charged tweet, The Blaze reported.
An updated alert system in electronic health records heavily reduced urinary tract infections acquired in a hospital, according to a new study.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 07:56 am
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