President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump will return to Pennsylvania for three campaign rallies on Saturday, rounding out a busy week of campaigning including three events in the state on Monday.
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Researchers at Penn Medicine found that individuals' progress in workplace wellness programs designed to nudge them toward physical activity is influenced by personal and psychological characteristics.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's COVID-19 restrictions saved thousands of lives, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Perelman School of Medicine received a $3.6 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to implement a firearm safety program.
For the rest of 2020, admission at the Penn Museum will be free for high school and college students.
Temple University has suspended in-person classes for two weeks after 103 students tested positive for COVID-19.
A group of researchers and scientists from across the globe, including some at Penn Medicine, are pooling electronic health record data to help discover trends relating to the spread of COVID-19.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Presbyterian Medical Center as the No. 15 best hospital in the United States.
In an interview with NPR’s 'All Things Considered' radio station, Wharton’s newly appointed dean Erika James said that the present lack of diversity in the business sector stems from a lack of prioritizing diversity.
Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are studying how sleep patterns during children's developmental ages can impact bone density and strength as an adult.
A Penn professor's research paper urges policymakers to give more attention to flu mitigation efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice and Vice President Joe Biden, who has long struggled to raise money for his 2020 campaign, surpassed 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump for the first time in last month's fundraising efforts.
As states begin to relax their COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, many global medical authorities are fearing that a near certain second wave of cases is imminent in the United States, following record highs in recent daily hospitalizations for COVID-19 and increasing numbers of daily cases in Texas and Florida.
Philadelphia County ranks among the most disadvantaged areas in America for children in regard to health, poverty, and education measures.
A new Wharton fellowship program — the first of its kind — will cover the full $149,000 tuition for one MBA student who is a member and leader of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Three out of four Philadelphians believe that all residents should wear masks when they leave their homes, according to a survey conducted jointly by Penn and the city of Philadelphia.
Merely 6% of eligible physicians in three emergency departments at the Perelman School of Medicine currently have the proper training to supply a life-saving medication that prevents patients from fatal opioid overdose. A Penn Medicine study found that by providing a financial incentive to physicians, however, 89% of physicians would become eligible to provide the medication.
Barry Stupine, a former leader of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine and director of the University's Ryan Veterinary Hospital, died on May 6 at age 78.