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Stopping Super Bugs

The Obama Administration unveiled a new plan to stop superbugs by cutting back on the issuance of antibiotics. »

Pepsi Takes Back No. 2 Spot From Diet Coke

Americans bought less soda for the 10th straight year in 2014, with diet sodas shrinking more than their sugary counterparts, according to a report released Thursday. And the poor performance of diet sodas in... »


Prescription Copay Rollbacks for NJ Retirees

New Jersey officials are rolling back prescription copays for retired public retirees. »


Devon Still: Leah's Cancer in Remission

After months of treatment, constant updates on social media and nationwide support, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still shared the news he hoped to hear for over a year. His daughter, Leah's... »

Boy With Rare Disorder Asks Supporters to Wear Yellow Before Operation

A 5-year-old boy with an immune disorder is asking people to wear yellow, his favorite color, on the day of his second bone marrow transplant on March 27. »


Students Donate Over 20,000 Items for Second Harvest Food Bank

Students in the Lehigh Valley loaded more than 20,000 food items onto trucks headed for the Second Harvest Food Bank. »


WATCH: New Anti-Smoking Ads Highlight Pain, Suffering

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is introducing a new installment of its anti-smoking campaign to help smokers stop lighting up. »

Indiana Calls in CDC to Help With HIV Outbreak

Indiana health officials called on federal experts last week for help in containing an HIV outbreak that includes 55 confirmed cases and may include 13 other preliminary positive cases. A medical team from the... »

New Anthrax Treatment Okayed by FDA

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new anthrax treatment that helps fight infection in patients who have already started showing symptoms — a phase that usually signals the disease has become... »

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