Articles by Marina Gialanella

04/19/20 3:16pm
Nourished first launched at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center on April 1 and will expand to Penn Medicine's other hospitals beginning on April 22. Hospital staff at Penn Presbyterian has ordered more than 750 meals through the simple text messaging system since April 1.
04/17/20 3:49pm
The map intends to help physicians and health officials identify new hotspots for the virus and track how the pandemic is evolving. 
04/07/20 10:38pm
By limiting the amount of time women spend in healthcare facilities before and after delivery, the new policies can decrease women's exposure to coronavirus.
11/21/19 8:39pm
The study, published Nov. 20 in JAMA Surgery, looked at 183 gunshot wound patients who had been brought to Penn’s trauma center.  
11/12/19 10:37pm
The researchers found that patients with higher bloodstream concentrations of cfDNA had a shorter "progression-free survival" than patients with less cfDNA. 
10/29/19 8:14pm
The top three baseball cities overall were New York, Los Angeles, and St. Louis. 
09/30/19 8:14pm
"Squishr" features a ranking system that tracks the number of lanternflies a person has killed. Users with the highest number of kills can make the “Today’s Top Squishers" list. 
09/22/19 6:55pm
Benjamin Lyons, a postdoctoral fellow at the APPC, said the results showed people who perceived risks from these energy sites were not more aware of their distance to one. 
09/12/19 10:10pm
Students who initially used flavored products were more likely to report vaping within the last 30 days, and they also tended to use e-cigarettes more frequently each month. 
04/28/19 9:39pm
Cullina, an expert on North American plants, currently serves as the CEO of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. 
04/14/19 10:05pm
City hall is booked until mid-June for appointments to receive new city identifications which will increase accessibility to jobs, housing and social services.
04/01/19 2:00pm
91 percent of the 1,200 members of the College’s union, the Faculty and Staff Federation of Community College of Philadelphia, voted in favor of a strike in February 2019.
03/24/19 7:52pm
Temple's free vaccination clinics will be held throughout the day on Wednesday, March 27, and Friday, March 29, the Inquirer reported.  
03/15/19 12:16am
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine professor Gerard Schellenberg led the research team, which analyzed data from more than 94,000 people. 
02/26/19 7:50pm
La Salle administrators say they hope the move will improve mental health and increase appeal for prospective students.
02/18/19 11:11pm
The researchers used more than 50,000 reviews from 1,566 hospitals across the country to identify common communication issues within healthcare.
10/29/18 11:13pm
Research from consulting firm McKinsey found that physical jobs, such as operating machinery or preparing fast food, could be at risk because of advanced automation.
10/11/18 10:29pm
The Wharton finance professor was nominated by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at a joint press conference earlier this week.
09/29/18 3:48pm
Yale has revoked its six-year rule that off-campus parties of more than 50 people be registered and that there be a designated 'host' to take legal responsibility for the event. 
09/27/18 11:10pm
In the past two weeks, three women have brought allegations of sexual assault and impropriety against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. 
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