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With little ones in group learning settings again, those runny noses and ear infections are starting to come back too, doctors say.
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Since COVID-19 took hold, mental health experts say, more adolescents and young adults have sought help to combat their eating disorders.
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Starting in July, the owner of HipCityVeg and other restaurants will boost employees’ minimum to $15 an hour.
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About 40,000 babies are born with heart defects annually. The FDA approved a procedure less invasive than the surgery many get during their lives.
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At a virtual forum, WOAR-Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence noted the continuing need to support victims and reduce incidents of assault.
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Certain travel destinations and cruise lines already require proof you’ve gotten your full COVID-19 vaccine dose. Some suggest laminating the cards to keep them safe.
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A new study shows levels above those traditionally considered sufficient — 30 ng/ml (nanograms per milliliter) — may lower the risk of coronavirus infection.
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The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee has been out of session for the past year, but others worked to advance coronavirus-related concerns.
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The study shows children and adolescents with the disease have a highly activated immune response, similar to that of adults with severe COVID-19.
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Online, on Twitter, in Facebook groups, these people have made it a goal to help others locate not just available doses, but actual vaccination times.
3 years ago
Penn Medicine collaborated with the West Philadelphia Skills Initiative as it was expanding COVID-19 testing efforts. Fifty people were hired.
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At a virtual town hall, issues of access for Montgomery County’s Latino communities — vaccine supply, language, and technology issues — were the focus.
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