Guest Commentary: Holding Out for a Hero
A former surgeon is one of more than 3,000 Americans waiting for a lung transplant — among more than 100,000 patients waiting for any kind of organ. Here’s how you can help
Saving Women’s Hearts
Heart disease, which kills one in three women every year, is the number one cause of death in the United States. Temple cardiologist Deborah Crabbe is on a mission to change that.
Citizen of the Year Awards: Dr. David C. Fajgenbaum
The Penn Medicine physician turned his five near-death experiences into a mission to save the lives of people suffering from humanity’s 12,000 known diseases. Is it any wonder, then, that Fajgenbaum is our Citizen of the Year?
Guest Commentary: The 3 Numbers Everyone Must Know
An educator and community organizer urges state legislators to pass a bill to raise awareness of, funding for and police integration with mental health service hotline 988
Development … for Good: Built to Heal with Michael Murphy
The renowned architect spoke for a large Citizen crowd about why all people deserve good design — and how he intends to bring it to them
Saving Pennsylvania Moms
The U.S. has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world – especially among Black women. State Representative Morgan Cephas is on a mission to change that
MEET THE 2023 CITIZENS OF THE YEAR
Join us in honoring the most impactful Philadelphians of 2023 at a dinner featuring MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and actor and activist George Takei
Working While Menopause-ing
One in four women leave the workforce because of symptoms related to menopause, a life milestone that has been woefully under-researched. Help may, finally, be on the way