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Seniors save millions on prescriptions with Affordable Care Act

Seniors save millions on prescriptions with Affordable Care ActFor many years, seniors needing prescription drugs have had to pay out of pocket if they fall in between regular and catastrophic Medicare coverage. But thanks to the Affordable Care Act, that has begun to change.

In Philly for conference, Catholic 'consecrated virgins' describe life choice

In Philly for conference, Catholic 'consecrated virgins' describe life choiceHer life may look trying to outsiders, but she says she's got it made.  Kathy Reda is married to the "CEO" of the universe, as she puts it, but also has time to work at her dream job as a nurse in Boston.

Human trafficking hides in the corners of everyday Philly-area life

Human trafficking hides in the corners of everyday Philly-area lifeRecent legal cases in Philadelphia have brought attention to the crime of  "human trafficking." A Philadelphia man forced a 15-year-old girl to have sex for money, threatening to kill her if she told anyone or ran away.

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Welcome to Philadelphia jury duty, a test of impartiality
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Welcome to Philadelphia jury duty, a test of impartiality

The other day I received a summons. Yup, I had jury duty. I was prepared. I brought a good book, a big bottle of water and my trusty iPad. ... And thus began my somewhat surprising journey through the Jury Questionnaire.
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Sláinte! Remembering an unlikely friend and his favorite pint

Craig and I were an odd couple from the get go. A highly cultured man with a patrician air, he seemed to be a character out of "Downton Abbey" with his elegant manners, refined bearing and scholarly knowledge of classical

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In Philly for conference, Catholic 'consecrated virgins' describe life choice

In Philly for conference, Catholic 'consecrated virgins' describe life choice

Her life may look trying to outsiders, but she says she's got it made.  Kathy Reda is married to the "CEO" of the universe, as she puts it, but also has time to work at her dream job as a nurse in Boston.
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3 tips for identifying poison ivy — beyond 'leaves of three'

3 tips for identifying poison ivy — beyond 'leaves of three'

For the past few summers, Elkins Park homeowner Laura Frank has been managing the poison ivy in her yard on her own. This year, though, the patch in her front yard exploded, seemingly overnight.
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