A new inpatient treatment facility in Claymont provides medical and psychiatric care to mothers while working to keep families together.
After experiencing a series of medical scares, 28-year-old Julia Frense Maria took control of her own journey to a healthy lifestyle.
Technology and psychology are changing the way doctors—and parents—approach pediatric healthcare in Delaware and beyond.
The First State leads the way in reproductive rights and access to care as one of only 16 states to codify women’s access to abortion.
Delaware doctor Dr. Charmaine Wright, M.D., MSHP, answers parents' questions about getting COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for their children.
A mother's world stops when her child is diagnosed with cancer. Thanks to Nemours, these two mothers have seen their sons survive and thrive.
While providing excellent pediatric cancer care, Nemours also leads research efforts to improve outcomes for future children and families.
We asked physicians to vote for their peers, using a secure online balloting system. Delaware Today is honored to present the best of 2022.
Want to help kids manage stress while strengthening kindness and creativity? Courtney Loughney, founder of Petite Yogi, recommends yoga.
Delaware's allergy season typically starts in March and can last through October. Here's what triggers allergies and how to remedy symptoms.
If you're looking for the best dental care in Delaware, here are the top dentists in different specialty categories across the First State.
New software, better scans and 3D-printed braces are at the forefront of modern orthodontics, saving time and providing comfort for patients.
For 50 years, Limen House has provided substance abuse counseling and other services. Thanks to a new endowment, it can now offer a lot more.
The Delaware Alzheimer's Association criticizes a plan under which Medicare & Medicaid would only partially cover costs of a new treatment.
If you're tired of the same old workout routine, try out one of these unique Delaware gyms striving to make fitness fun—even addictive.
Nurses across Delaware were nominated in various categories by their peers. The top nurses were verified through our editorial process.
Nurse practitioners can now open their own practices in Delaware, increasing patient access to vital health services.
Rob Kalesse spent his final months working with the American Lung Association. His wife, Cristina, is still involved with the organization.
Many people in and around Delaware are practicing mindfulness by combining meditation with movement in labyrinths.
Realizing your child may be suffering from an anxiety disorder is never easy, but this Delaware program offers guidance.