Fireworks: How to handle your freaked out dog and cat

Since the end of May, the city has been filled with the sound of fireworks. Philadelphia police received thousands of related calls. It’s driving pets across the region crazy, and their owners, too.

Fireworks: How to handle your freaked out dog and cat

Since the end of May, the city has been filled with the sound of fireworks. Philadelphia police received thousands of related calls. It’s driving pets across the region crazy, and their owners, too.

Villanova sophomore has met a president and a Pope in her advocacy for Type 1 diabetes research. Her latest? Writing a best-selling book.

Morgan Panzirer had her book, "Actually, I Can: Growing Up with Type 1 Diabetes, A Story of Unexpected Empowerment," released on June 9.

Villanova sophomore has met a president and a Pope in her advocacy for Type 1 diabetes research. Her latest? Writing a best-selling book.

Morgan Panzirer had her book, "Actually, I Can: Growing Up with Type 1 Diabetes, A Story of Unexpected Empowerment," released on June 9.

For Jodi Gustave, being a parent and a doctor is all in a day’s work

“If I decide to do something, I go feet-first into it. I knew [single parenthood] would be hard, but I didn’t let that stop me.”

For Jodi Gustave, being a parent and a doctor is all in a day’s work

“If I decide to do something, I go feet-first into it. I knew [single parenthood] would be hard, but I didn’t let that stop me.”
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Dear Abby | Couple continues drifting apart after birth of surprise baby

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For Ben Finkel and Caitlin Lawson, their interests, work, and love mesh beautifully

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