Studies

Health Insurance

High prices make U.S. the biggest health care spender among developed countries

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Adult Health

Nearly 20 percent of U.S. adults believe they have a food allergy – but only 10 percent do

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Healthy Eating

Drinking soda, sweetened drinks linked to chronic kidney disease, study finds

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Men's Health

Marijuana use may impact genetic makeup of sperm

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Mental Health

Gift giving sustains happiness over time, research finds

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Children's Health

Car crashes are killing fewer American children, but gun-related deaths show no sign of falling

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Prevention

41 percent of Americans don't plan on getting their flu shots this year

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Health News

Penn Medicine determines why people lack hair on their palms and soles

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Health News

Teen's science experiment uncovers roundworm contamination at Montgomery County parks

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Men's Health

Newly-found gene variation may boost risk of erectile dysfunction

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Mental Health

Temple lands $2.6 million grant to reduce dental anxiety

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Children's Health

Infant walkers still landing babies in the hospital

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Senior Health

Critical procedure available for more stroke victims

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Adult Health

Excessive sleepiness during the day could be a warning sign of Alzheimer's

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Health News

Increased fasting could lead to a longer life

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Illness

The dirtiest part of an airport isn't the bathrooms

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Women's Health

New clues could help doctors predict breast cancer relapse

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Health News

Surprise! There are tiny tunnels running through your head

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Health News

Lack of sleep could be as risky for your heart as smoking

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Healthy Eating

No amount of alcohol is a 'safe' amount of alcohol, new research says

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Health News

Jefferson Health researchers identify cause of skin cancer in Butterfly Syndrome patients

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Parenting

Consumer baby monitors produce inaccurate readings, CHOP study finds

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Health News

Black men more likely to accept health screenings from black doctors, study finds

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Studies

Study: Low-carb diets linked to higher mortality, so eat some bread

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Health News

Study: Blue light from smartphones is killing your eyesight

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Prevention

Prenatal whooping cough vaccine does not increase risk of autism, study says

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Children's Health

Many U.S. school districts unprepared for infectious disease outbreaks

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Wellness

Struggling to lose weight? Your gut may be to blame

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Health News

Study: Heatwave-related deaths to dramatically increase by 2080

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Senior Health

Risk of developing Alzheimer's disease tied to liver, study finds

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Opioids

Sprained an ankle? In some states, opioid prescriptions are common treatment

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Mental Health

Climate change may increase suicide rates, study shows

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Adult Health

Hormones may increase women's risk of Alzheimer's disease

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Illness

Study: More young Americans are dying of liver disease caused by alcoholism

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Eagles fans: Were years of heartbreak worth Super Bowl LII triumph?

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Health News

Expectant mothers may lower autism risk through diet alterations, study finds

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Mental Health

Pregnant millennials may be more depressed than previous generation, study finds

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Men's Health

Eating nuts may improve sperm quantity and vitality

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Health News

Brain stimulation can reduce physical and sexual assaults – study

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Opioids

Opioid-related deaths in Pennsylvania are way higher than the numbers show

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Health News

Your toddler is almost definitely consuming too much sugar

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Studies

More women became billionaires in 2017 than men, study finds

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Wildlife

Researchers studying skin disease 'epidemic' among Pennsylvania black bears

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Cancer Research

Penn's tumor vaccine shows promise to fight cancer in early tests

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Social Media

On Twitter, fake news travels more rapidly than real news

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Youth

Report: In Philadelphia, HPV vaccination rate lags behind other youth vaccines

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