The real cost of eggs is greater than you think | Opinion
When veterinarians can’t advocate for animals, everyone suffers.
Philadelphia mayoral candidates discuss public health crises
"We’re looking at what is a pretty critical period in Philadelphia in our time,” said Mike Pearson, the vice chair for Public Health Management Corporation.
Pa. court panel voids Wolf admin’s school mask order; Wolf admin appeals to state Supreme Court
The court's order has been stayed with the appeal to state Supreme Court, the administration said
Can magic mushrooms help fight mental illness? A bipartisan group of Pa. lawmakers think so
And it has the backing of a New York attorney, veterans, and a growing body of research.
How state efforts to ban mask mandates in schools mirrors resistance to integration | Opinion
Southern states ignoring federal educational guidance is not new
GOP bill stripping powers from Secretary of Health, banning public vaccine checks advances through Pa. House
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf had already said he does not plan to implement restrictions on accessing government buildings or resources based on vaccination status — proposals colloquially called “vaccine passports.”
Ag. Sect’y Vilsack keys in on food insecurity, nutrition in budget request; Pa. other states impacted
In 2019, more than 35 million people were experiencing food insecurity, but that number jumped to 42 million during the pandemic, according to Feeding America, which is a network of food banks across the U.S.
Coronavirus quarantines and your legal rights: 4 questions answered | Thursday Morning Coffee
Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Pennsylvania is now up to 133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the state, sadly, has seen its first fatality, a resident of Northampton County. On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-8th District, announced he’d gone into self-quarantine after coming into contact with someone suffering from the illness. And the rest of us are working from home […]