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A young girl sleeping.

Dreams have served as a source of confusion and wonder since, well, since people started dreaming. Read more here. Read more

Scientist looking at DNA.

When it comes to good health, good genes can play a big role. Read more here. Read more

A woman getting her blood pressure checked by a doctor.

Roughly one-half of the 35 million people with high blood pressure are women. Read more here. Read more

A pregnant woman with a doctor.

Prenatal care includes medical exams, dietary advice, exercise tips and plenty of information related to preparing for the birth of the child. But prenatal care can begin even prior to deciding to become pregnant. Read more here. Read more

This week's panel includes Philadelphia NAACP President Rodney Muhammad and Rutgers constitutional law professor Stacy Hawkins, and Comcast Senior Executive Vice President David L. Cohen.

This week on Flashpoint: Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about Hollywood entertainment mogul Byron Allen's race discrimination suit against Comcast. Read more

The Christmas Village is returning to Love Park in Philadelphia.

Get ready, get set: the Philadelphia Christmas Village is about to open, with a preview weekend on November 23-24 before officially launching on Thanksgiving Day.Read more

A bag of vegetables.

It's estimated that one in 200 children are vegetarians — that's about 300,000 children. Read more here. Read more

Brad Marsh in an interview with KYW Newsradio.

Brad Marsh enjoyed a long, successful career as a defenseman in the NHL. He spent seven seasons with the Flyers and now serves as the organizations' director of Community Development. Read more here. Read more

Scrapple

Elwood Restaurant chef Adam Diltz is passionate about scrapple. So, he’s leading a scrapple-making demonstration at the Free Library. Listen to the full story on the What’s Cooking podcast.Read more

Philly Rising: "Expanding Sanctuary"

When Kristal Sotomayor began filming her documentary "Expanding Sanctuary" last year, she had no idea that she would be recording history. The film follows immigrant rights nonprofit Juntos and their campaign to end the sharing of the police database called PARS with Immigration and Custom...Read more

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