Study looks at kids’ antibiotic use, Constitution Center opens new exhibit

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is back in City Council chambers for this week’s hearing and will keep us posted about the goings-on. He’ll also have an update on he implementation of Actual Value Initiative.

    Taunya English will have details from a study about antibiotic prescriptions for children, and Maiken Scott takes a look at a new way for Hospital of University of Pennsylvania doctors to decompress and avoid burning out on the job.

     

    Rounding out the Health & Science team today, Zack Seward will look into a claim that Pennsylvania won’t meet the health exchange deadline.

    Phil Gregory will have the story on a state investigation into how New Jersey state police are trained to reconize and handle diabetic shock.

    Dave Davies is keeping an eye on Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race, and Peter Crimmins is heading over to the National Constitution Center to check out the new exhibit on Prohibition.

    Don’t forget to check out Peter’s story on the Philadelphia Orchestra’s new season. He and arts producer Lindsay Lazarski caught up with some of the performers to find out about the nuanced ways they prepare for performances.

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