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Back to School Health Tips

Renee Chenault-Fattah interviews nurse practitioner Cheryl Fattibene about health tips before your kids head back to school. »

Unscrambling Pa. and NJ Autism Laws

Self-insured parents of children with autism are dealing with funding gaps. »

Eating More Salt Is Okay, New Study Finds

A new study suggests that it's safe for healthy people to eat about twice as much salt as currently recommended, despite federal guidelines that warn otherwise, NBC News reported. »

American With Ebola Getting Stronger, Husband Says

The U.S. woman who contracted Ebola while working as an aid worker in Liberia is gaining back her strength, her husband told reporters Wednesday from a North Carolina RV park, where he and two other missionaries... »

Liberia Overwhelmed by Ebola, Opens 2nd Center in Capital

Liberian authorities opened a second Ebola treatment center in the country's capital after the first became overwhelmed by patients, Assistant Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah said. »

Christie's Goals for Cleaner Beaches

Gov. Chris Christie will take a walk along the Asbury Park boardwalk. »

MRSA Breaks Out Among Firefighter Trainees in New York

A handful of probationary firefighters training on New York's Randall's Island have contracted the antibiotic-resistant bacteria, officials confirm. A type of staph infection, MRSA can spread quickly in... »

Penn's Massive Hospital Tower Moving Closer to Reality

The University of Pennsylvania Health System is moving forward with the construction of a new hospital tower that would cost, according to sources, an estimated $1.5 billion and be built in phases over... »

Georgia Firm Recalls 15K Pounds of Chicken Nuggets

A Georgia-based meat company is recalling over 15,000 pounds of frozen chicken nuggets after reports surfaced that consumers found small pieces of plastic in the meat. Perdue Farms and the USDA's Food Safety... »

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