• April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Dancing to rhinoplasty: Matmos turned surgical sounds into music

    The experimental electronic duo Matmos, comprised of M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, is known for sampling rather unusual objects and organisms, and eve...
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse: Commentary

    Practicing medicine in Haiti, when your best isn't enough

    Is care provided by a total rookie better than no care at all? A first-year pediatrics resident in Philadelphia speaks about an experience she had whi...
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Artist finds hope after violent tragedy, insanity plea and decades in psych hospital

    Issa Ibrahim is an artist, a musician, and a writer. That's his most recent bio โ€“ but his past has a very dark side to it.
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Ex-felon to-do list: get a job, stay sober, get health care

    Traditionally, states have canceled Medicaid coverage for people who get thrown in jail. In recent years, though, more states have changed their regul...
  • April 28, 2016

    Philly City Council cultivating interest in vertical farming

    There's a growing interest in urban or vertical farming, and Philadelphia's City Council is planning a hearing to learn more. The mini-farms...
  • April 27, 2016

    Moving out of the weeds and toward the mainstream, cannabis conference comes to Philly

    This weekend, Philadelphia will play host to its first-ever cannabis conference.
  • April 25, 2016

    Philly Science Festival presents hands-on events as a way into the world of science

    It's the nerdiest time of the year in Philadelphia โ€” the Science Festival is underway with more than 90 events all over the city, touching on eve...
  • April 25, 2016

    Pennsylvania rolls out pilot aimed at supplying all high schools with naloxone

    Pennsylvania health leaders are rolling out a plan this month aimed at supplying all high schools with naloxone, a drug that if administered quickly e...
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