Suicide Prevention Month spotlights the urgent need for health professionals to respond to mental health crises.
A keynote speaker at the Greater Philadelphia Healthcare Summit previews the event and his policy priorities
The bill would ban supervised injection sites from every district except one covering West and Southwest Philadelphia.
Campaigns & Elections
Planned Parenthood PA PAC Executive Director Signe Espinoza writes that 2023 is not an off-year election.
The Democratic congresswoman met with gun control and public school advocates in Philadelphia Thursday
The primer: Understanding how state funding for pregnancy care is going to change in 2024 – and why it matters
What the state’s decision to move away from crisis pregnancy centers means for the future of care in the commonwealth.
The Republican state senator and chair of the chamber’s education committee discusses the education funding trial and the state’s path forward
All schools in the commonwealth will be able to provide free breakfast to students beginning this year.
Dalton spoke with City & State about the challenges facing the county’s vulnerable populations ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit.
The freshman lawmaker – and emergency room physician – spoke with City & State ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit
The Allegheny County Democrat spoke with City & State ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit
Peer support should be encouraged as an inexpensive intervention for addiction.
The Broadband Development Authority could cause the state to lose out on millions in federal funding by failing to identify broadband needs.
News & Politics
From Gov. Josh Shapiro signing his first bill to a flurry of action in the House and Senate, there was a lot that went down this week.
News & Politics
The new law will require insurers to cover one breast screening per year for women at a high risk for cancer.
The governor also reaffirmed his opposition to safe injection sites.
Outdated curriculums, erratic guidelines and unenforceable state standards contribute to Pennsylvania's educational shortcomings.
Interviews & Profiles
The U.S. assistant secretary for health addresses the opioid crisis, PA’s COVID-19 response and more.
From the Editor