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Rutgers Researcher: Bad Pollen Season on the Way

May could be hell for allergy sufferers. »


Running Blue Cross Broad Street to Beat Cancer

Linda Reilly will run the Blue Cross Broad Street Run in honor of her father, who was diagnosed with leukemia. »


No Vote Yet on Indoor Ban on E-Cigarettes

The state House has postponed a vote on legislation adding electronic cigarettes to Delaware's indoor smoking ban. »

German Measles Eliminated From Americas: Officials

German measles has officially been eradicated from North and South America, the first region of the world to vanquish the disease, health officials announced Wednesday. »


$65M Hospital Renovation Underway in Camden County

Kennedy University Hospital broke ground on a revitalization that will include a new outpatient facility, more parking and a 22,000 square-foot lobby. »


Colorado Plague Outbreak Started With a Dog

Four people in Colorado have recovered from the Pneumonic Plague after an infected pit bill was euthanized. »

Feds Probe Safety of Hospital Hand Cleaners

Federal health officials say more information is needed to establish the safety and effectiveness of common hand cleaners used in hospitals, doctors' offices and nursing homes to kill germs and prevent... »

These Are America's Cities With the Worst Air Pollution

Air pollution is still a "pervasive public health threat" in the U.S. — and while many of the nation's most polluted cities have cleaned up their acts, a number are still choked by ozone and particle pollution... »

Doctors Save 3 Babies With "4-D-Printed" Airway Splints

Three small children who were born with a rare and often deadly defect to their windpipes are now healthy and breathing normally, thanks to innovative "4-D"-printed airway splints created by a team of doctors... »

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