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Corbett to Sign Anti-Overdose Bill

Gov. Tom Corbett plans to sign a bill Tuesday that supporters say will reduce the number of fatal heroin overdoses in Pennsylvania. »

Grant Requirements Encourage Data-Sharing

Sharing data from new experiments allows scientific researchers to build on each other's work quickly, as they avoid the kind of duplication that can slow down the scientific process. »

NJ Child's Death Not Caused By Flu

State officials have ruled out influenza as the cause of death of a preschool student in New Jersey. »

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Community Rallies Behind Teen Football Player Battling Cancer

A Delaware County community continues to rally behind high school football player Mike Shelly who is battling cancer. #ShellyStrong »

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Boy Losing His Sight Travels to See Northern Lights

Young boy travels to Alaska to view Northern Lights and nature before he goes blind. Blake Essig reports. »

Viagra Ads Target Women for 1st Time

The maker of the world's top-selling erectile dysfunction drug on Tuesday will begin airing the first Viagra TV commercial that targets the less-obvious sufferers of the sexual condition: women. »

Afraid of EV-D68? Another Virus Is Killing Kids in U.S.

Although Enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68) has grabbed headlines in recent weeks for sickening hundreds of American kids, another virus is sending 75,000 to 125,000 children to the hospital and killing hundreds... »

Better Regulation of Dietary Supplements Needed: Study

A public-health lawyer at Temple University says individual states need to step in and help in an area where the federal government has failed -- regulating the marketing of supplements sold for weight-loss and... »

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Crowds Take to Pavement for Childhood Cancer

Crowds pounded the pavement for childhood cancer over the weekend in the Four Seasons Parkway Run & Walk and the Grayson Saves Foundation 5K. »

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