Stephanie Stahl, CBS News

Stephanie Stahl

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Stephanie:

City council introduces 4 bills to make Philadelphia the "place for reproductive freedom"

"With this, Philadelphia will enact one of the strongest privacy laws in the country," Councilmember Gym said. → Read More

New documentary shines light on addiction by telling one Philadelphia family's story

The film centers on Nicole, who spent years struggling with heroin addiction in Kensington. → Read More

FDA gives greenlight to Moderna, Pfizer's updated COVID-19 boosters

On Thursday, a CDC advisory committee will decide whether or not to recommend the new booster. → Read More

Data from Philadelphia Health Department shows racial disparities in monkeypox vaccine distribution

Monkeypox cases in Philadelphia continue to go up and there are still not enough vaccines. Now, there's an issue with who's getting it. → Read More

New research says cellphones actually help boost people's memories

Researchers say using digital reminders not only frees up memory but also helps people remember the info. → Read More

Philadelphia Department of Health launches new tool to help residents find free or affordable health care

The web-based primary care finder makes it easier for people to find free and low-cost primary care services. → Read More

Experimental Lyme disease vaccine being tested in hot spots Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Lyme disease cases have exploded recently with some blaming global warming that helps ticks thrive. → Read More

Emergency Use Authorization issued for monkeypox vaccine, stretching short supply

This is unfolding quickly as there are now almost 9,000 cases of monkeypox in less than three months. → Read More

Study: Like humans, spiders dream when they sleep

New research recently released could help scientists better understand human sleep. → Read More

Do Spiders Dream? New Study Could Help Scientists Better Understand Human Sleep

New research recently released could help scientists better understand human sleep. → Read More

CDC expected to relax some COVID-19 restrictions soon, according to draft documents obtained by

Each school district sets its own COVID-19 safety policies and restrictions based on recommendations from federal and state health officials and many have removed more requirements, like mandatory masking. → Read More

There’s A New Warning About Rare Virus Caused By Ticks, And It’s Not Lyme Disease

Powassan virus is difficult to diagnose and is rare, and it's found mostly in northeastern states. → Read More

Monkeypox Vaccines Available In Philadelphia At 5 Clinics By Appointment Only

The vaccine is given to people who have had direct contact with someone infected with Monkeypox. → Read More

Popular Hair Product Preservatives Potentially Linked To Breast Cancer In Black Women, New Research Says

New research finds a potential link between hair products and breast cancer in Black women. → Read More

Wilmington Family Celebrating A Father’s Day That Almost Didn’t Happen: ‘I Looked At Her And Just, I Started Crying’

Father's Day is extra special for Chris Donges, who has an 18-month-old daughter Logan with his fiancé Meghan Carter. → Read More

FDA Advisers Move Moderna’s COVID-19 Shots Closer To Kids Under 5

The outside experts voted unanimously that the benefits of Moderna’s shots outweigh any risks for children under 5. → Read More

Pennsylvania Providing Additional Funding For Baby Formula Manufacturer In Reading

Gov. Wolf announced an $8.25 million investment in ByHeart, the nation’s newest FDA-registered baby formula manufacturer, located in Reading. → Read More

New Study Says Vaccines Only Slightly Reduce Risk Of Getting Long COVID

A study of more than 13 million veterans found the Covid vaccines only reduced the risk of getting long Covid by 15%. → Read More

Philadelphia Doctor Says Joel Embiid’s Torn Ligament In Thumb ‘Not A Career-Ending Injury’

Doctors say Embiid's thumb injury is common and the surgery to fix it is pretty basic. → Read More

Main Line Center For Laser Surgery’s New Therapy Offers More Patient-Friendly Treatment For Skin Imperfections

DermaV is a new and improved green light laser that's fast, powerful, and more patient-friendly. → Read More