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Wawa Feeds Students After Ursinus Health Scare

Wawa, Wegmans and other local eateries stepped in to feed Ursinus College students after more than 100 students came down with a stomach ailment that caused the Montgomery County-based university to close... »

Zika Found in Fetus With Birth Defects

Doctors have found the Zika virus in the brain of a fetus with severe microcephaly, which may help experts understand the relationship between the virus and how it affects developing babies, NBC News... »

Should Tampons Be Taxed?

International debate over whether to tax tampons and other feminine hygiene products has made its way to conservative Utah, where a bill is set to be heard by a committee made of only men. »


2 Pennsylvania Women Test Positive for Zika Virus

Two female Pennsylvania residents tested positive for the Zika virus, however they are mild cases and the public is not as risk, Pennsylvania health authorities said on Tuesday. »

Some Good News for Dementia: Rates Might be Going Down

Researchers have found a small piece of good news for people at high risk of some kinds of dementia: it might be possible to delay it or even prevent it. They found falling rates of vascular dementia in... »

Zika Will Spread Like Chikungunya: CDC

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is looking towards a virus in Puerto Rico to track how Zika may spread, NBC News reported. The CDC says Zika is spreading the same way as chikungunya, a... »


100 Ursinus Students Sickened, 22 Sent to Hospital

Norovirus may have sickened 100 Ursinus College students, 22 of whom were sent to the emergency room or urgent care late Tuesday and early Wednesday, according to school officials and the local health... »

Ken Watanabe Diagnosed with Stomach Cancer

Treatment will cause the Oscar nominee to delay his return to the Tony-winning revival of "The King and I." »


Officials Confirm 1st Case of Zika Virus in Delaware

The Division of Public Health confirmed the first case of Zika in Delaware. »