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Jason Kelce

While many of his Eagles teammates rested up for Thursday's practice, Jason Kelce and his wife, Kylie, welcomed their first child, Wyatt Elizabeth Kelce, into the world. When Kelce takes the field against the Jets on Sunday, it will be the first time he plays as a father. "I'm excited and...Read more

Great Philly Cook Off

During the second annual Great Philly Cook Off, School District of Philadelphia students are paired with some of Philadelphia's best chefs. Together, they participate in a "Chopped"-inspired cooking competition. Listen to the full story on the What's Cooking podcast.Read more

If you have an elderly loved one, consider visiting the doctor with them as there are several good reasons to do this.  Read more

Gabby Lisella.

Gabby Lisella recently retired from coaching women's basketball at Division III Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. She spent 19 seasons at the helm of the Profs, winning 260 games, the most in program history. Read more

Jesmyn Ward attends the 68th National Book Awards at Cipriani Wall Street.

A MacArthur "genius" and two-time National Book Award winner spoke to the 10,000 women who attended the Pennsylvania Women's Conference this week. Read more


If you look at successful diets, there is usually a common denominator: They stress the importance of regularly scheduled meals, especially a healthy breakfast. Read more

Philadelphia rapper Freeway at the Art Museum.

Philadelphia rapper Freeway received a kidney transplant a few months back after enduring dialysis for several years. In an exclusive interview with KYW Newsradio, he discusses his journey and his new found advocacy. Read more

Group of doctors.

Do you have access to a family doctor or someone to coordinate your care? Read more

Carol McCloud and Abdul-Kareem Salahuddin.

On the surface, Carol McCloud and Abdul-Kareem Salahuddin have little in common.Read more

Hearing problems.

It may be one of the biggest workplace health issues that no one seems to worry about. Read more