• July 18, 2014 |  The Pulse

    A 'game-changing' Hepatitis C drug and the expensive price tag that comes with it

    Cure. It's a beautiful word, one that medicine doesn't take lightly and one that doesn't come up very often for Hepatitis C.
  • July 17, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Living with a surprise diagnosis of 'iron overload disorder'

    Iron. Your body needs it to carry oxygen throughout the body in red blood cells. But too much of it can be toxic.
  • July 17, 2014 |  The Pulse

    X-Force exercising: What goes up must come down, with more weight attached

    Pulse Host Maiken Scott goes to the gym to try a new approach to muscle building.
  • July 17, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Getting the lead out of Philly's housing

    Today Aladin Rafi's visiting a rowhome in Northeast Philadelphia. It's a brick two-story unit with a white metal awning.
  • July 18, 2014 |  The Pulse

    A rare combination of science, comedy and PowerPoint

    Who says science can't be funny?
  • July 17, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Top science stories of the week: Lab safety snafus, feathered dinosaurs and genetic pacemakers

    The Scientist's Kerry Grens updates us on hazardous mishaps at government labs, genetic pacemakers in pigs and flying dinosaurs.
  • July 14, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Students with special needs gain job skill training at Einstein Medical Center

    Finding a job is a major challenge for many people with special needs, but a Philadelphia program is hoping to give them a leg up on the competition. ...
  • July 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Around one-third ICU survivors get PTSD, but diaries offer hope for recovery

    Being pulled back from the brink of death can leave both physical and mental scars, but researchers hope they've found a way to soothe some of th...
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