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In 2015, 2-year-old Dilon had a spinal cord stroke due to complications from surgery, causing paralysis from the waist down. Before coming to Shriners Hospitals for Children — Philadelphia, Dilon was unable to hold himself up. Now, he can crawl on his knees and balance to sit on his bike.

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Alan, age 21, exudes confidence. After spending most of his life as a patient of Shriners Hospitals for Children, he hopes sharing his story will encourage others to never give up.

Only days after the new 116th Congress began, Republicans' efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act have been on full view for all once again.

New Rett syndrome and arthrogryposis specialty clinics provide a setting where pediatric patients can be evaluated and treated in one location by a multidisciplinary team.

On top of the thousands of federal workers affected and the communities that depend on them to stay in business, we can’t forget all of those who turn to various public programs, who face a reduction or delay in benefits because of the Trump shutdown.

The global gag rule blocks charities funded by U.S. aid and working abroad from providing legal abortions or advocating for abortion law reform

Eleven-year-old Phoenix doesn’t remember the life-changing surgeries, serial casting and braces that transformed his severely clubbed-feet into what they are today, but he does remember Kristen L. Carroll, M.D.

The holidays might be over, but it's going to feel like Christmas morning for a group of kids who need help getting around.

Amidst all the other drama ensuing around Washington of late, here's one piece of legal news you might've missed: President Donald Trump has been busy filling up the judicial branch with new picks. In fact, he's already successfully placed a…

Starting on January 1, 2019, New Yorkers now have the option to change the gender on their birth certificate to “X” to reflect a non-binary gender identity. Also, transgender and gender non-binary New Yorkers will no longer need a letter from a physician or an affidavit signed by a licensed health care provider to change their gender on their birth certificate
This is a huge win for gender equity and for nonbinary and transgender New Yorkers. All people, regardless of gender identity or…

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified processed meat as a carcinogen, something that causes cancer.

Who says you can only eat chocolate bark during the holidays? If you’re looking for a delicious way to get rid of your leftover chocolates, this recipe is as easy…

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Instead of supporting teen pregnancy programs based on evidence, the administration is substituting ideology, according to congressional Democrats.

Trump plans major changes to Title X, which could put some women's clinics out of business.

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Staff at your local Planned Parenthood can answer your questions and help you get the care you need. You can make an appointment at a health center near you online or by calling 1-800-230-PLAN.

This Thanksgiving is expected to be the busiest travel season since 2005 with more than 54 million Americans making plans to journey 50 miles or more away

Crafts are a great excuse to spend some time together and create something to brighten up your loved one's home. Here are 7 Thanksgiving crafts for seniors.

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Shriners Hospitals for Children — Portland welcomed a new chief of staff to their medical team in October! Robert Bernstein, M.D., joins the Portland Shriners Hospital team after his time at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he served as medical director of their Orthopaedic Center and Vice-Chair of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Orthopaedics.