After months of touting the concepts, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's administration released a full draft of its Medicaid plan Friday. If implemented, the plan could affect up to half a million low-income, uninsured
Philadelphia City Council has overridden a veto by Mayor Michael Nutter on medical facility development in most of Northeast Philadelphia. That means any new medical offices will need a zoning waiver to open.
Got questions about the Affordable Care Act? The WHYY/NewsWorks Health and Science Desk provides "The Short Answer." Today's Question: How does where I live affect how much I pay for health insurance?
Guests: Jamie Tehrani, Marie Tatar
“Oh Grandma, what big teeth you have!” Everyone recognizes those words. That’s because “Little Red Riding Hood,” and similar versions, turn up all over the world –“The Tiger Grandmother” in Japan and China, “The Wolf
GUESTS: MARK EICHMANN, ELISE YOUNG & CHARLES THOMPSON
November was a big month for the expansion of gaming in the tri-state region. As of last month, Delaware gamblers are able to play blackjack, poker and roulette from home as long
We know that children of alcoholics are four times as likely to develop substance abuse problems than other children, and they’re at risk for depression, anxiety disorders, parental abuse, and neglect. But dealing with the issue early in life could