• April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    For breast cancer research, Apple delivers strength in numbers approach

    Apps will allow study participants to submit health data from their iPhones.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    How crashing into an undercover cop car saved my life

    The Broad Street accident set in motion a series of events that ended up saving Albert Leva's life, and that of his brother.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Pus, grenades and Ben Franklin: America’s first great vaccine debates

    The founding father's very real stake in the colonial war over inoculation.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    One couple's strategy for waging a personal, public health campaign

    For two Bucks County physicians, a private battle becomes a public fight.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    2015 Philadelphia Science Festival kicks off this weekend, Pulse fans gear up for science challenge

    Dr. Frederic Bertley, senior vice president of science/education at the Franklin Institute, gives us a quick preview of the 5th annual event.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Catastrophic molts leave Camden penguins hot and lonely

    ...and bald.
  • April 23, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Highlights from this week's American Association for Cancer Research Conference

    Kerry Grens, a regular Pulse contributor and associate editor at The Scientist, joined The Pulse this week to tell us about the 2015 event.
  • April 14, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Predicting the sick through personal trails of health data

    How Independence Blue Cross is using algorithms to better target care.
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