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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... »


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. »

Obama Broadens Program for Young Minority Men

President Barack Obama is broadening a program that is designed to help make young minority men's lives better. »

Urban Greening Influencing Public Health

Philadelphia has invested in dozens of urban greening projects to prevent storm water runoff. Now a team of mapmakers and data analysts is tracking those improvements to figure out if they influence... »


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 »


'Kick Ebola in the Butt' Fundraiser

Philadelphia Union's Michael Lahoud and Temple University team up to encourage people to "Kick Ebola in the Butt." »

California Adopts "Yes Means Yes" Sex-Assault Rule

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed an assault bill Sunday that requires college students to give consent before sex, AP is reporting. The bill makes California the first state in the nation to define when... »

Heroin Epidemic Tears Through Rural Pennsylvania

A bipartisan legislative agency is calling the spread of heroin through Pennsylvania an epidemic. »

5 Babies Test Positive for TB in Texas Exposure

Five babies have tested positive for tuberculosis in West Texas after a nurse assistant at an El Paso hospital nursery exposed hundreds of infants to the disease between September 2013 and last month. The... »

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