Drexel News Blog speaks with Nathaniel Snyder of the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute for the second in a series of conversations with autism experts throughout Autism Awareness month.
Over the month of April, the Drexel News Blog will speak with experts from the Autism Institute in these core areas to shed light on their projects and what it means for individuals with autism.
With cases of measles spreading across the country and an increasing number of parents not wanting to vaccinate their children due to religious or philosophical beliefs, more states are expected to debate legislation on whether […]
In one of the less contentious moments of President Trump’s State of the Union address, he announced a strategy to stop the spread of HIV in the United States by 2030. Though few details of […]
Following renewed speculation on the whereabouts of Markelle Fultz’s jump shot, the Philadelphia 76ers announced this month that its second-year guard had been diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome. The rare diagnosis did little to squash […]
Earlier this month, the acting chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) disbanded a panel of experts charged with reviewing microscopic airborne pollutants known to cause respiratory disease, The New York Times first reported. […]
U.S. rates of three sexually transmitted diseases — gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia—reached an all-time high in 2017, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With nearly 2.3 million cases, […]
Providing quality health care to people in rural communities has long been a challenge in the United States, with many providers finding that they cannot make enough money to provide services in these locations. As […]
“Publish or perish” is a common refrain among academics. Perspective or opinion articles, in particular, provide important insights that can influence an author’s field and enhance her career. That’s why a new JAMA study looking […]
A new data brief released by the Urban Health Collaborative found that almost a quarter of Philadelphians who are obese reported skipping or downsizing a meal because they could not afford it. Philadelphia has the […]