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Camden Looks to Keep Swimmers Safe in the Heat

Friday marked day four of a heat wave and people are turning to pools to get relief from the sweltering heat. NBC10's Cydney Long reports Camden's pools are taking extra precautions to keep swimmers safe. »

Bucks County Researchers On Hunt for Hepatitis B Cure

A Canadian drug company with research facilities in Bucks County expects to begin human testing of four potential hepatitis B treatments during the first half of next year. »

New Whole Foods Coming to Chester County

A new Whole Foods Market is coming to Exton, Pennsylvania. »


Legionnaire’s Disease at Local University

Officials at a suburban Philadelphia university say an employee has tested positive for Legionnaires' disease and eight campus buildings had higher-than-acceptable levels of the bacteria. »

Texas Healthy Food Chain to Open 5 Stores, Massive Kitchen

A new competitor is hitting Philadelphia's healthy-eating market later this year, making Pennsylvania only the third state it's expanded into. »


Sewage in Storm Drain Closes Jersey Shore Beach

A section of the beach in Ocean City, New Jersey was closed Thursday because of some sewage that got into a storm drain. »


Popular Jersey Shore Beaches Reopen After Ocean Water Concerns

North Carolina and Pennsylvania avenue beaches in Atlantic City reopened Thursday after ocean water concerns. »


Climate Change Could Be Culprit in Rise of Legionnaires' Cases

The number of reported cases of Legionnaires’ disease is on the rise in the United States and researchers say the increase could be partly a result of climate change. More than three times as many cases... »


2 Dead, 31 Sick Amid 'Unusual' Legionnaires' Outbreak in NYC

Nearly three dozen cases of Legionnaires' disease, a severe, often lethal, form of pneumonia spread through the air, have been reported in the Bronx over the last two weeks in what the Health Department... »

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