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Raw Video Shows Heroin Antidote Saving Mom's Life

A public overdose in South Jersey shows the raw reality of the heroin epidemic and the power of an antidote that's saving lives, even as people fail to take advantage of programs geared toward kicking the... »

Congress Hoping for Legislation to Fight Zika

Congressional leaders hope to move on legislation to increase funding to fight the Zika virus, NBC News reported. President Obama requested $1.8 billion from Congress on Monday to speed up research on... »


'Go Red' to Save Women from Heart Disease

The American Heart Association's 'Wear Red Day' raises awareness of heart disease, the leading killer of women in the United States. NBC10's Vai Sikahema talks with Joann Magnatta of Main Line Health about... »

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... »


WHO: Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials

The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials. WHO assistant director-general for health systems and innovation Marie-Paule Kieny says the »


Ursinus Cancels Classes After 150+ Students Sickened

Ursinus College has canceled classes for the remainder of Thursday and Friday after a stomach infection sickened more than 150 students, staff and faculty at the Pennsylvania school. »


School Helps Addicts Be Students While on Road to Recovery

Places like Philadelphia's Bridge Way School help teens on the road to recovery from addiction. These specialty schools aren't cheap and lawmakers are looking to help increase funding and awareness. »


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... »