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A person using eye drops.

Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, like tuna, might fight dry eye syndrome, a problem that affects more than 8 million people in the U.S.  Read more here.  Read more

This week's panel includes the ACLU's Liz Randol, attorney Michael Coard, and advocates Jennifer Storm and LaQuisha Anthony

This week on Flashpoint: Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about the Marsy's Law amendment to the Pennsylvania constitution.Read more

Charisse McGill's French toast bites

The annual Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market at Dilworth Park will officially open on Thanksgiving Day, and one of the most popular vendors will be back with her beloved French toast bites. Listen to Positively Philadelphia! for the details.Read more

Donald Hunt at KYW Newsradio.

Donald Hunt has been with the Philadelphia Tribune for decades and is one of the top sports writers in the city. Read more here. Read more

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) during pregame warmups against the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field.

Even though the Eagles were off this week, a lot happened with your football team. We recap the latest conversations with The Voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese, and WIP's and NBC Sports Philadelphia's Ray Didinger, Read more

Banca by Di Bruno Bros.

Banca by Di Bruno Bros. is breathing new life into the former home of The Bank nightclub at Sixth and Spring Garden streets. Listen to the full story on the What’s Cooking podcast.Read more

A cup of a hot drink.

It's a daily ritual for many people: wake up early, grab a cup of coffee and run on the treadmill or get some sort of workout. Read more here. Read more

Waste Watchers

Recycling is an ongoing challenge, especially at big public events. Garbage going in — in the form of single-use plastics — definitely means more garbage coming out. But some event organizers are spearheading disposal in the right direction. Read more here.Read more

A woman coughing.

Acute bronchitis is most often caused by viruses and in many cases, the same viruses that cause colds and the flu also cause bronchitis. Read more here. Read more

A person smoking a cigarette.

Ask any cardiologist what they consider to be the greatest risk factor for heart disease, and they will say smoking cigarettes. Read more here. Read more