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Chipotle Urges Workers to Stay Home If They're Sick

Chipotle repeatedly told employees they need to stay home if they feel sick and the restaurant chain kept all its U.S. locations shuttered early Monday as executives went over new food safety procedures. The... »

Good Samaritans Safe From Rabies: Officials

Health officials identified and interviewed two men who rescued a young girl who was being attacked by a rabid raccoon in Gladwyne Thursday. »


Good Samaritan Possibly Exposed to Rabies

Officials are searching for an unidentified Good Samaritan who may have been exposed to rabies after saving a girl from a rabid raccoon. »

Zika Scare Reopens Abortion Debate in Brazil

Fears over the Zika virus are reopening the debate over abortion in Brazil, where the procedure is illegal under most cases, NBC News reported. Brazilian bishops opposed a petition seeking to expand abortion... »

US Athletes Worried About Zika Told to Skip Rio: Report

The United States Olympic Committee told U.S. sports federations on a January conference call that athletes and staff worried about contracting the Zika virus should consider not going to the 2016 Rio Olympics... »


Hospital Celebrates Exciting New Addition

The Fox Chase Cancer Center is opening the "Temple Health Bone Marrow Transplant Outpatient Clinic" at Jeanes Hospital this week. »


Women’s Health Expo Takes Over Rowan University

The Deborah Heart and Lung Center sponsored the 6th annual Women’s Health Expo at Rowan University, in Burlington County. The expo offered woman a variety of free health screenings, along with wellness, health... »


New Program to Prevent Falls

Christiana Care, in Delaware, helps seniors recover from falls, but they are also working to treat and prevent falls from happening. NBC10’s Tim Furlong reports how they are helping prevent falls. »

CDC Issues Updated Zika Guidelines

A Brazilian health official warned pregnant women to think twice before giving a kiss as global measures mounted Friday against the Zika virus suspected of a link to birth defects. »