Health in Glenside, PA

CAMDEN, N.J. — Just as he always had in July, Fran Dunphy took a courtside seat in a cool gym the other day, watched some basketball and took mental notes

Temple hosted Camp T, a one-day summer camp to connect with our neighbors. Read more: news.temple.edu/news/2018-08-21/philly-free-streets-camp-t

Don’t let the side dishes at your next picnic or BBQ sabotage your diet. Follow these tips.

Whether you've been active your entire life or are just starting out, here's how to stay fit as you age.

You can't control every risk factor for stroke, but here are five things you can do something about.

Swimming weather has arrived. Jack Kelly, MD, associate chair of emergency medicine at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, offers tips for staying safe whi...

It can be difficult to get back into the routine of day-to-day living after suffering a traumatic event. There are things you can do for yourself to try and make it easier. Read on for tips to help yourself and for reaching out to others for assistance.

Could eating more chocolate decrease your chances of developing hearing loss? Here's the evidence.

New research into hearing loss is getting closer to identifying genes associated with hearing loss. What this means for you...

Abington Medical Specialists is committed to preventing and treating all aspects of cardiovascular disease. Our mission has always been to treat patients with the respect, empathy and professionalism that they deserve. Call to schedule your appointment today!

Legislatures around the country are introducing new laws intended to help improve accessibility for the deaf and hearing impaired. Here are just a few.

Some research suggests that the right nutritional supplements might be able to help prevent hearing loss. But is it reliable?

There’s a growing body of research linking hearing loss and depression that shows treating hearing impairment can help improve mental health.

Sometimes hearing can come back on its own. It all comes back to this one thing.

Support our efforts to enhance care for cancer patients at Einstein Medical.

Lowering your risk for stroke is easier than you think. Follow these 10 steps for stroke prevention.

Feeling stressed – and noticing your waistline expanding? These foods can stop that from happening.

Whether or not snow is on the ground now, spring allergies are just around the corner. An Einstein allergy specialist offers tips.

Renowned melanoma physician-researcher recognized for his research in cancer genomics and immunotherapy

To the Temple University community:I would like to share with you the most up-to-date health information. Seven new mumps cases emerged last week—by far the lowest total since the start of the outbreak more than seven weeks ago. This continues a decline in recent cases of mumps reported to our office over the last several weeks. At present, we are aware of fewer than 10 active

Zinc oxide could effectively reduce body odor and heal wounds, a new study in Amsterdam revealed. This means deodorants could someday contain zinc oxide to treat body odor.

Dr. Jaspan talks about the most common causes of abnormal menstrual bleeding. David Jaspan, DO, FACOOG, serves as the Chair of the Department of Obstetrics a...

For people with seasonal allergies, spring and fall can be times of sniffles and sneezes. Find out more about seasonal allergies by taking this quiz.

They were two strangers who are now friends forever, connected by a Facebook post and a lifesaving act of kindness.

The number of young kids who went to U.S. emergency rooms because they swallowed toys, coins, batteries and other objects has more than doubled, a new study says.

A local teenager had trouble finding a job, so he took matters into his own hands. Now he's running a half-a-million dollar business at the age of just 17.

Einstein's Dr. Mansi Vasconcellos offers community resources for children who are exposed to intimate partner violence in the Philadelphia area. Visit our we...

NEW YORK (AP) — One morning last fall, 4-year-old Joey Wilcox woke up with the left side of his face drooping. It was the first sign of an unfolding nightmare. Three days later, Joey...

To the Temple University community:I would like to provide the latest health information. At present, Temple University has 15 confirmed cases of mumps and 59 probable cases.Twice next week, Temple Student and Employee Health Services (SHS) will offer walk-in clinics at which the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine will be available at no charge. No appointments are

March 22 is World Water Day. The United Nations designated this day to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
The science journal Nature shares some sobering global data:
Four billion people currently experience water scarcity at least one month of the year
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To the Temple University community:I would like to provide another health update. At present, 11 Temple students have tested positive for mumps and 17 are listed as probable.Temple Student Health Services (SHS) has been in contact daily with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) since the onset of the situation. The steps Temple University has taken and will

Temple University’s student newsletter Nutshell provides students with a guide to women's student groups on Main Campus.

The winter season is tough for staying in shape because cold weather makes it harder to stay active. It’s not uncommon for people to gain weight because they may not be outdoors as much taking walks or doing other activities. It’s also easier to fall into a rut, watching TV, hanging around the house, just keeping warm. But there are …

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Fran Dunphy has a book about Tiger Woods on his night table and piles of books in his office at Temple that are mostly unread. With the Owls on the brink of securing an...

A Temple University student has won two prestigious awards—the Goldwater and the Knight-Hennessy scholarships—in successive years.