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1 hr ago | The Washington Post
With the long-awaited deal to expand Medicaid finally struck last week between Pennsylvania and the Obama administration, 27 states and the District of Columbia have adopted a key coverage plank of the Affordable Care Act.
5 hrs ago | Common Dreams
A report released by human rights groups in Pennsylvania on Tuesday questions whether cancer rates and other serious health ailments among inmates at a maximum security state prison are connected to an adjacent coal waste dump.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Morgan, Lewis has opted to stay put at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave. NW instead of kicking off the construction of a new office building with a pre-lease.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP has opted to slim down and stay put at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, a 14-story building across from the Old Post Office in downtown D.C., parting ways with a number of big law firms that have opted to trigger or anchor new construction in the District.
6 hrs ago | Philly.com
Adam Vickers is a just a regular guy who works for a general contractor and sometimes takes the back way home from work in Maryland.
10 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
The Department of Health and Human Services last week accepted Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to use federal money to pay private companies to provide health coverage to uninsured people.
For decades, researchers have used petri dishes to study cell movement. These classic tissue culture tools, however, only permit two-dimensional movement, very different from the three-dimensional movements that cells make in a human body.
WE WOULD congratulate Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett , if it were seemly to commend public officials for doing the obvious.
The lefthand lane has been cleared, but the right lane is still blocked in the second Sunday crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Initially intended for all states, Medicaid expansion became a state-by-state choice after the Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that including expansion in the Affordable Care Act was coercive because states didn't have enough time to voluntarily consent to the change, and states failing to enact it could lose their federal funding.
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has on his desk - or, perhaps, a dusty shelf - a couple of reports that scream "take the Medicaid expansion!" Other Republican governors do, too, and they're starting to cave to the reality that it's not worth punishing uninsured citizens, hospitals and taxpayers to aid and abet Obama Derangement Syndrome.
The University of Pennsylvania recently launched the President's Engagement Prizes, which will allow students to obtain up to $150,000 to take on local, national or global engagement projects the first year after they graduate.
How the slob you were paired with freshman year will influence your figure, your mental health, and other casualties of college When I first arrived for freshman orientation at American University, I was paired with a stranger.
In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal, the Pennsylvania General Assembly set out on a mission to strengthen the commonwealth's child abuse laws.
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.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:43 pm
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